Origami Modular Toshie's Jewel

With only 3 Sonobe units , you can make this origami modular Toshie's Jewel, which was named after Toshie Takahama. The shape is called a hexahedron and it looks like 2 pyramids joined at the base.

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Origami Modular Toshie's Jewel Step 1: Start by making a modular Sonobe Unit .

Modular Sonobe Unit Video

You should have the following once you've completed a Sonobe unit.


Origami Modular Toshie's Jewel Step 2: Flip paper over. Make 2 vertical folds. Crease well and unfold.



Origami Modular Toshie's Jewel Step 3: Make a diagonal fold. Crease well and unfold.





Origami Modular Toshie's Jewel Step 4: Repeat Steps 1 to 3 and make a total of 3 Sonobe units.


Origami Modular Toshie's Jewel Step 5: Watch the video below for the assembly. For Sonobe units, the assembly is always just inserting the tips into the pockets.

Origami Modular Toshie's Jewel Video

Here's the completed origami modular Toshie's Jewel!


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