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NOA Magazine 423 book cover

NOA Magazine 423

Published:
2010 by NOA
Pages:
38
Binding:
Paperback
Language:
Japanese
ISBN-13:
9784931297593
ISBN-10:
4931297595

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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 10 Origami Designs in NOA Magazine 423:

Design Designer Page Details Photo

Show only designs with photos
Suzakumon

Buildings

Matsumoto Hiroya4Rectangle
Ship

Vehicles - Boats

Matsuno Yukihiko6Square
4 units
Little prince

Media and Culture

Kawate Ayako9Square
Buddha

Religion and Holidays - Eastern Religions

Kunihiko Kasahara12Square
Belfry

Buildings

Katsushi Nosho14Square
2 units
Heavenly maiden

Religion and Holidays - Eastern Religions

Kosho Uchiyama15Square
Deer

Mammals - Cervidae - Deer and Moose

Jun Maekawa22Square

Also in Viva! Origami by Kunihiko Kasahara
Origami Deer by Jun Maekawa Folded from a square of art paper by Gilad Aharoni on giladorigami.com
Lotus

Flora - Flowers

Traditional25Square

Also in Cute Animal Origami by Makoto Yamaguchi
Also in NOA Magazine 164
Also in The World of Origami by Isao Honda
Also in Fun Origami World by Makoto Yamaguchi
Also in Origami for Harmony and Happiness by Steve and Megumi Biddle
Also in BOS Convention 2011 Spring - Birmingham
and in other sources...
Origami Lotus by Traditional folded by Gilad Aharoni on giladorigami.com
Squirrel

Mammals - Rodentia - Squirrels

Koji Terai26Square
Chinese phoenix

Imaginary beings

Kumasaka Hiroshi28Rectangle - 1X2