I eventually tore myself away from the demonstration and wandered up to the fourth floor where you can watch them paint paper and hang it to dry. The fifth and sixth floors are reserved for classes and as I wasn't signed up for any I skipped them. I left full of ideas and a renewed passion for origami.
I hope you enjoy the images below from this lovely paper destination in Tokyo.
First floor display.
Displays on the way up to the gallery. The above "plant" is made entirely of folded cranes.
Calvary of folded paper in the second floor gallery.
Men dying paper mustard yellow and red on the fourth floor.
Monkey fold the Master taught us.
Rose and leaf Sensei Kobayashi gave me.