“Ori” stands for origami, which literally means “folding paper” in Japanese. “Bagu”, also in Japanese, means bags. Folding paper into animal forms is one of the most typical childhood memories people in Taiwan—and possibly a lot of other countries—possess. The vision of origami art was that by using it to create objects, flat paper could be made to fill a 3D space. This concept combined with practical functionality led to the creation of ORIBAGU bags.