Short and engaging installments of the hottest latest trends in fashion, design, technology, lifestyle, pop culture, food, and travel in Japan. The World of Renzuru: Interlocking Origami Cranes Made from a Single Sheet of Paper Origami is a traditional Japanese hobby in which people create different types of shapes by folding paper. The crane is seen as a symbol of good omens, so origami cranes are a very familiar design among the Japanese, as many of them have made at least one origami crane in their lifetime. Origami cranes, orizuru in Japanese, can be created using an interlacing method with a single sheet of paper, thanks to a style known as renzuru. This style is a long-standing part of Japanese culture and expresses a broad range of structural beauty through creative additions. This article will guide you through the world of renzuru.