Even if you are a master of origami or think that it is something you do when you crumble up your scrap paper, you will enjoy coming to Origami Kaikan. When you walk in, you will find an origami store where you can buy master origami that is beautiful or just buy some origami of your own. They have pictures on the wall of Winnie the Pooh and Donald Duck done in origami that are available to buy. Origami Kaikan also has other draws. For 1,000 yen, you can do origami in a class setting for an hour. I took the class and it was fun. It was all in Japanese, but they show you step by step what to do so it is not very hard, and even if you get lost, you can ask one of the people around you to help. The class was in a room that had everything I needed to make origami: paper, rulers, and a placemat. The teacher wore a mike so it was easy to hear him and he showed us how to make a few different things. The class was pretty full and mainly consisted of old ladies, but there were a few mothers with school aged children, and I was the only foreigner. You keep everything you make and learn what origami is and get to see what some of the best have made.