6. Maple Leaf
Japan is well known for its four seasons, but fall is arguably the most beautiful time of year with nearly every tree bursting with color. The most beloved of fall leaves is definitely the momiji, or maple leaf.
Chestnuts roasting on an open fire are more of a Western treat, but people in Japan enjoy the fall nuts boiled, steamed or mixed with rice. Even if you're allergic, you can have fun folding your own origami chestnut!
Grapes ripen at the end of the summer, allowing us all to enjoy the sweet fruits in fall. Like most fruits in Japan, grapes can get pretty expensive, so save some money and watch the YouTube video above to learn how to make your own lovely bunch.
Apple picking is a fun fall event, but sometimes you can’t make it out to the orchard. You can still get into an autumn state of mind by making this apple origami!
Mushroom hunting is a favorite pastime of many people in Japan. However, it can be a dangerous hobby if you're not properly trained. Luckily, you need absolutely no training to execute this adorable origami mushroom thanks to these easy instructions.
What’s fall without Halloween? Celebrate October 31 with a cute origami jack-o'-lantern!