“Ori” stands for origami, which literally means “folding papers” in Japanese. “Bagu”, also in Japanese, means bags. Folding paper into animal forms are one of the most typical childhood memory for kids to own in Taiwan and possibly a lot of other countries too. The origami art itself was never meant to be limited within one 2D square-shape paper, the vision of origami art was that by using it to create objects, it gave flat papers a chance to create a 3D space. Using this concept combined with practical functionality, that’s how ORIBAGU bags were born.