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The Paperfolding of Toshie Takahama
 

Toshie Takahama was born in ...

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Chronology

1964/5

According to Vol 7: Issue 1 of 'The Origamian' for Spring 1967 (see entry below), Toshie Takahama came to New York with Kawai to demonstrate origami at the 1964/ 5 World's Fair.

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1966

Volume 6, Issue 3 of 'The Origamian' for Autumn 1966 contains a letter from Toshie Takahama, looking for an old book, the 'Tsuru Hyakutai'.

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1967

According to Vol 7: Issue 1 of 'The Origamian' for Spring 1967, Toshie accompanied Kawai when he came to New York to demonstrate origami at the 1964/ 5 World's Fair. The article which gives this information, 'Notes on the "Kanno Mado", quotes extensively from a letter from Toshie Takahama on this subject.

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The same issue also contains an article, 'On Early Japanese Origami Books' written by Toshie Takahama, mentioning the 'Sembazuru Orikage' and the 'Chushingura'.

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Vol 7: Issue 2 of 'The Origamian' for Summer 1967 contained an article about the 'Hina matsuri, Doll Festival', written by Toshie Takahama as well as a brief extract from one of her letters about the origami book collection of Mr On Miyashita.

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Vol 7: Issue 3 of 'The Origamian' for Autumn 1967 contained an article by Toshie Takahama entitled 'Origami in Japan Today'.

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