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NOA Magazine 322 book cover

NOA Magazine 322

Published:
2002 by NOA
Pages:
38
Binding:
Paperback
Language:
Japanese

Skill Level Simple to complex
Clear diagrams? Yes
Tinted diagrams (to show 2 sides of paper)? Yes
Photos of completed models? Yes. Beautiful photos
Is there indication to the model size resulting from size of starting paper? No
Are the models "Pure" origami (From a single square - no cuts)? Varies

Overall Impression

NOA Magazine is the monthly publication of the Japanese Origami Association. The complexity of the designs in the magazine tends to lean towards the more simple variety, but an occasional complex design is thrown into the mix.

The issues are usually centered around a theme, whether a holiday or season of the year. Most importantly, they are beautiful, with inspiring color-spreads and very high-quality diagrams.

Also see listing of all other NOA magazines in my collection.

There are 14 Origami Designs in NOA Magazine 322:

Design Designer Page Details Photo

Show only designs with photos
Cuckoo clock

Objects - Timekeeping

Niwa Taiko4Square
Clock hands

Objects - Timekeeping

Unknown6Square
Allosaurus

Dinosaurs

Matsuno Yukihiko7Square
Stegosaurus

Dinosaurs - Stegosaurus

Matsuno Yukihiko7Square
Dimetrodon

Dinosaurs

Yamada Katsuhisa10Square
Triceratops

Dinosaurs - Triceratops

Ryo Aoki11Square
Dinosaur baby in egg

Dinosaurs

Niwa Taiko14Square
Plesiosaurus

Dinosaurs

Matsuno Yukihiko15Square
Flashing expander

Toys - Action Models

Nashimoto Ryuko17Square
3 units
Soccer ball

Sports and Athletes

Niwa Taiko20Rectangle
32 units
Talisman for fine weather

Religion and Holidays

Fukuoka Chiyo23Square
Gift box

Boxes and Containers

Kato Yoshiko24Square
2 units
Umbrella

Objects

Unknown26Square
Cup

Food

Traditional28Square

Also in Beginning Origami by Vicente Palacios
Also in Classic Origami by Paul Jackson
Also in Complete Origami by Eric Kenneway
Also in Doctor's Origami Dream Book by Toshikazu Kawasaki
Also in Easy Origami by John Montroll
Also in Essential Origami by Steve and Megumi Biddle
Also in Everything Origami by Matthew Gardiner
and in other sources...
Origami Cup by Traditional folded by Gilad Aharoni on giladorigami.com