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Tomadachi At The East Wing

One of the reasons why I love Shangri-La Plaza over other malls is because it doesn't just offer shops, restaurants and cinemas but it immerses its mall-goers to Arts and Culture also.


Lovely masks and drums. These are used in Kabuki, or classical dance and drama theatre.



Replica of Itsukushima Jinja, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is a Shinto Shrine popularly known as Miyajima Temple.


Kinkakuji, a Zen temple in Kyoto. Also known as Golden Pavilion is another UNESCO World Heritage site.


Cute origami boxes. I only know how to make a simple origami box, now I'm eager to learn again.:)


A menagerie of origami animals.


Now these 3D origami are what excites me best. Wanna know why? ;)


Kawaii.


Literal paper roses!


Oribana is a branch of origami that creates flowers and directly arranges them in branches or vases.


Origami dragons. Cute-not-scary!



And do you know what "tomadachi" means? Friend.


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