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Non-Modular Pinwheel Tatos: 16

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[Non-Modular Pinwheel Tatos]

Tomoko Fuse designed the pinwheel-shaped tatos shown at left, featuring beautiful fan-fold decorations. The Blossom and Star tatos shown at right were designed by Yoshihide Momotani.
These are good examples of the traditional tato form: a self-closing flat pouch/purse or envelope, ususally made from a single sheet of paper. In Japan, tatos were traditionally used as coin purses or to hold small items like buttons, needles, and thread. You could use tatos like those shown here to send messages or money gifts to your family and friends.
Double-sided paper works best for all of these models.

[Non-Modular Pinwheel Tatos]
[Non-Modular Pinwheel Tatos]
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