Hide Enomoto
Tohoku region near Kyoto, Japan
2012

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I want to make beauty for the people in the Tohoku region who were hurt in the tsunami-earthquake-nuclear disaster last year, to pray for their peace of mind and for their unwillingness to give up hope. We created origami birds while praying for those who suffered this tragedy. I’m sure the world has gotten more beautiful because of this wonderful event.

Tohoku region near Kyoto, Japan

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