Source: YouTube [VIDEO] Paper Crane Origami Is Classic, But When They Did THIS To It… You OUGHT To See This!! 2015-08-27 Thu 2015-08-27 Thu Origami is one art that a lot of people think of when it comes to Japan. Out of those, paper crane is a classic. Legend has it that if you fold 1000 paper cranes, your wish would come true. View image | gettyimages.com In this video (see below), it's a little different... It looks as if the cranes are dancing by themselves! Source: YouTube The trick behind this is that there are electromagnets under the table, and the metal placed on the legs of the paper crane reacts to it. Source: YouTube These dancing cranes are created by "ugoita", a group of ordinary guys who gather during weekends to create things like this. To create this, it took them a total of 50 hours of discussion, and about 4 months to actually make it. They even made the music themselves! We think it's an interesting 'modern' take on traditional art. By - grape Japan editorial staff. Source:DANCING PAPER - うごく折り紙をつくってみた / 動いた。| ugoita Tags: Crane / Dance / Origami / Paper grape Japan Culture [VIDEO] Paper Crane Origami Is Classic, But When They Did THIS To It… You OUGHT To See This!! Related Article That’s paper!? Artist’s mindblowing Nintendo Famicom is accurate down to the circuit boards Tokushima’s Colorful Summer Dance Festival is Back! All of Japan’s Traditional Festivals and Regional Delicacies Under One Roof: Furusato Matsuri at Tokyo Dome ‘Paper Insects’ exhibition proves that art can come from the smallest things and simplest materials Local Idol Unit SAGEMON GIRLS Release Sequel to Their 10-Million-View Hit Video Promoting Hometown Yanagawa, Fukuoka Prefecture Can’t Be Arsed With Mundane Exercise? How About A Dance With These Girls?