Hand-Crafted Geometric Spheres Made By 93-Year-Old Grandmother

Creating Temari balls is a traditional folk art form that originated in China and was introduced to the Japanese during the seventh century.

The spheres are typically made using the thread of old kimonos and serve as gifts for parents or grandparents to give their children on New Year’s day. Every sphere is made with either a secret, handwritten wish hidden inside or some sort of noise maker such as bells, beads, etc. Mathematical principals are utilized in their creation, resulting in the stunning, beautifully synchronized designs that adorn them.

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