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Origami art left by diners as a ‘Japanese tip’

KAMEOKA: Yuki Tatsumi was waiting tables at an izakaya pub in Japan’s Kyoto when something on the table caught his eye — a chopstick wrapper folded and fiddled into an abstract shape. It was the catalyst for a collection that now includes some 15,000 pieces of  "origami art" made by customers folding the paper sleeves that cover chopsticks at Japanese restaurants. "The very first one I found just looked like a bit of junk," 27-year-old Tatsumi admitted, but it made him think. "What if this is a message for me from…