Where Origami Came Alive

"Ori" stands for origami, which literally means "folding papers" in Japanese. On the other side, "Bagu", originally spelled as "Baggu" in Japanese, means bags. Folding paper into animal forms is a cherished childhood pastime in many Asian cultures. The origami art form was never meant to be limited to a 2D square-shape paper. The notion of origami art is taking flat paper and creating objects in a 3D space. Using that concept combined with practical functionality, is how ORIBAGU bags were born.

ORIBAGU saw no need in limiting the creative mind, rather, put a focus on the endless possibilities of letting the imagination soar. ORIBAGU bags combine a modern twist of colors and patterns with origami art in different varieties. ORIBAGU bags features organized compartments and are highly functional making them the perfect fashion statement for work, travel and everything in between. We have transformed the traditional art of origami into ORIBAU, where fashion and originality coincide.