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Paper Nano

Paper Nano Inari Shrine Building Kit

4.2
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€34,00
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Description

  • Built to worship the god Inari, this Shinto shrine is built in its signature red; the most famous is the Fushimi Inari-taisha in Kyoto, Japan
  • Paper Nano is small-scale, highly-detailed, elegant paper crafting where you can build flawless masterpieces with exacting detail amazing accuracy
  • High-tolerance laser cutting technology creates the parts needed to build exact replicas of world famous landmarks and architectural history
  • Fold, crease, curl and bend the paper components to make strikingly attractive reproductions that you will be proud to display
  • Final projects are a mere 3.5 by 3.5 inches; each kit comes with detailed instructions and a display shadow box, for ages 12+

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Customer Reviews

Awesome gift!I did not assemble the music room. It was a gift for my 12 year old granddaughter. She spent half of Christmas Day and a good part of the next day working on it. She loved doing it and it came out looking just like the picture. Great gift. I will include another room with her Birthday gifts. The music room was perfect as she plays the violin. 5Another fantastic piece from NanoAnother fantastic piece from Nano. Love the sheer level of detail and the simple and convenient display box as well. While this particular model is rated as the most difficult level it is not terribly so. It was significantly more pieces than others and had a fair number of detailed time consuming steps but none of which required any more coordination than other models. (I think the lantern in the heart of it is what gave it this ominous rating) Overall I'm glad to have it among my Japanese set and enjoyed learning about another stunning historical site. 5Easy but takes timeThis was my first paper model, and I truly enjoyed it. It took me about 3 1/2 hours to complete. The instructions are pictures and super easy to follow.DO NOT POP OUT ALL THE PIECES!!! Pop them out as you go and you won't get mixed up at all. I used an art blade (you don't need these necessarily, as it's just a small piece of paper holding them in but it makes it look cleaner and prevents you from tearing it), Elmer's School Glue (the white bottle type), very fine needle tweezers, and a bamboo skewer.The folds are easy enough to do with your fingers, though it recommends you do them with tweezers. I put a glob of glue on a ziplock bag and picked up glue with the bamboo skewer (you could use a toothpick, but this gave me more control). The glue on the bag makes it so it's more tacky when you apply it, allowing it to dry faster and run less.The only difficult section was the roof, but it still turned out really well.Loved this. 5Patience and attention to detail recommended.This was my first Paper Nano kit. My sister lives in Japan and always tells me about how they have these Paper Nano things everywhere. I fell in love with them and instead of waiting for one to arrive from Japan I chose to buy them off Amazon. The fully constructed building is about 3 inches wide, so many of these parts are extremely tiny. I used a nail art brush to paint on Elmer's glue to join the parts and splinter tweezers(pointy tipped). The end of the paintbrush was perfect for rolling some of the papers and the tweezers worked really well to hold papers together while they dried. At no point did i feel frustrated, but the main dome did take quite a bit of precision. I absolutely love these little models and have already ordered three more! 5and I loved it. Construction was simpler than I thoughtThis was my first paper nano set, and I loved it.Construction was simpler than I thought, despite being 4/5 difficulty. It took about 6 or 7 hours, in total, but it didn't feel that long, since it's the perfect activity to keep your hands occupied while watching TV.All you need is a piece of cardboard (as a surface to work on), exacto knife, toothpicks, sharp tweezers, and good paper glue (I used and recommend this one: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000TFKCA4?redirect=true&ref_=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_3).The laser cut paper pieces offer a level of precision that even the metal earth sets can't quite seem to provide. Everything fit together perfectly, and the finished product is freaking adorable. Now that I finished this one, I'm planning to move on to some of the architecture sets. 5Not difficult, just tediousI had a few hours to kill so I put this model together. I had never done a project like this and the other reviews said how hard it would be, so I was a little intimidated. But, with some patience and tweezers, toothpick, cuticle scissors, white glue, a craft knife, and a magnifying glass, I successfully completed it! The pieces are very small and fragile, so great care must be taken to separate the pieces from the card they are on. The instructions are pictorial for the most part, but if you can put together something from Ikea, you can do this too. 5This model kit requires great patience. I have played all kinds of paper ...This model kit requires great patience. I have played all kinds of paper model kits and I do feel Paper Nano Building Kits are the most challenge ones. Firstly, the paper boards are thin and the liquid glue would easily crumble them, so solid adhesive should work better; secondly, the ground board and the top layer was connected by tiny holes and bulge and by no means the connection is solid, so super glue was used; thirdly, I have small hands and I am used to deal with microscale handcraft, but still, found it was hard to work with the super tiny window arris and I used a special tweezer with a curve at the tip to better follow the instructions. All in all, the instruction involved is easy to follow, tweezer, super glue and extra patience are needed. But be careful, the frustration could be over the fun as there are no extra parts once you screw up with one. It took me four hours to finish one, so prepare to invest your time~ 4This is one of my new favorite hobbiesThis is the first paper nano I've built and I've found a new hobby. It took about 5hrs to complete and I just purchased the Tower Bridge kit and I can't wait to receive it so I can put it together. My 7 1/2 year old nephew loved it so much I let him keep it for his display shelf. I'll definitely be adding the paper nano kits to my collection of nanoblocks. Thank you 5Great Little Paper ModelThese nano kits are great once they are assembled. They provide a nice artistic display. Some of the parts are very small and some you have to be very careful when bending them. Sometimes a slight modification of the building technique needs to be used than what is shown in the graphic building instructions. 5Fun!I very much enjoyed this project. Intricate and detailed end product after several hours work was highly satisfying and a fun way to occupy my hands while watching tv. I liked it so well that I'm going to try another. OH and this isn't a cheap product as indicated by another reviewer....the quality was quite nice and on the level of a kit you might get from The Paper Source. 5
Paper Nano Inari Shrine Building Kit

Paper Nano Inari Shrine Building Kit

4.2
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€34,00
Sale price
€34,00
Regular price
€56,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€22,00)