Origami Fujimoto Cube
If you've folded one of the origami cubes found on this website, then you would know that they are all modular origami. You fold 6 units of the same design and assemble them to make a cube. That's why this origami cube by Shuzo Fujimoto is so special. You fold the cube from ONE sheet of paper! It involves some really cool maneuvering to shape the paper into a cube. Do try it!
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Origami Fujimoto Cube Step 1: Start with a square sheet of paper, color side down. You can use the regular size 6 inch x 6 inch (15cm x 15cm) square paper.
Fold the paper horizontally and vertically so that you divide the paper into 16 squares.
Origami Fujimoto Cube Step 2: Now recrease the folds shown below into mountain folds. Make sure to go over each crease a few times.
Origami Fujimoto Cube Step 3: Make 8 diagonal folds as shown below.
Origami Fujimoto Cube Step 4: Fold paper in half, bringing the top half down to the bottom.
Origami Fujimoto Cube Step 5: Watch the video to see how you can transform the paper into a cube.
And your origami Fujimoto Cube is complete!