An accessory made by folding a small origami into a folded paper crane and lacqure harden finished. Collaboration art of a college girl at the art university and a craftsman. This collaboration art was born from the fresh design sensibility of the art university girl student and Mr. Yamaguchi. The novel idea of making an accessory from a folded paper crane was enabled with the technique of the craftsman. Every small piece of origami is folded by hand, lacquered, and taken time to harden. Goldfish is a well known product of Edogawa. *Although this is perfectly dried, people allergic to lacqure must take care. Artist:Atsuo Yamaguchi Certified intangible cultural heritage of Edogawa in Year 2010. Member of the Edogawa traditional crafts association. Born as the fourth generation of the lacquerware craftsmans family and succeeded the trade name "Sakusuke" as the second generation. The wooden lacquerware (tea-set) won the mayor award of Edogawa traditional crafts exhibition in year 2010. To hand down the goodness of the original lacquring, he has deepen exchanges with various types of industry, and is also doing active work to develop a new lacquerware.