Origami, the Japanese paper folding art, has a significiant place in Japan Culture. The same signifiance is valid for the Crane, just like Origami. It is believed that who ever folds 1.000 Cranes in Origami leads a happy and long life. The reason behind the popularity of the Crane today is an 11-years old girl named Sadako Sasiki. The little girl had Leukemia due to the nuclear bomb dropped on Hiroshima in the 2nd World War started to fold Cranes hoping that she might get well. However she passed away after finishing her 664th Crane. In memory of her, children in Japan and all over the world make Cranes and send them to the monument of Sadako in Hiroshima on August 6, the anniversary of the bombing. ORIGA is the transformation of the effective story to a product and source of inspiration in life. Forms, shapers and angles are relative; they may be different for anyone. However, feelings are real. When you feel it, you touch it. Sometimes what creates a design is the story inspiring it.