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Student makes Japanese Senba-Zuru for NLH

  • Published date
    08/02/2019
  • Author
    North London Hospice
  • Category
    None

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This is a Senba-Zuru used in Japanese culture to bring happiness and good luck. It was made for NLH by talented 13-year-old Dwight School London student Megumi Watabe.

 

She spent four months painstakingly crafting 1000 paper cranes and connecting them together into a chain.

Megumi brought her work of art into our Finchley site and it is now proudly displayed for all to enjoy in our living room.

 

 

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