Origami is one of Japan’s most well-known art forms. At its simplest, even children can enjoy it, and at its most complicated, it can be used for commercial purposes and designs. Now, one company has created special pieces of cloth that will automatically refold into their original origami forms after being stretched out. There doesn’t seem to be any particular, unique benefit to these pieces of fabric, but we sure want some!

Check out the mesmerizing video below!

Perrocaliente is a “comprehensible, friendly product brand,” according to their website. We’re not 100 percent sure what those words mean in that particular order, but based on their products, we suppose they’re basically a lifestyle brand with an emphasis on neat, clean, minimalist products.

One of their newest products is called Peti Peto, a series of “glasses cleaning clothes” made of polyester and pleated so that they’ll return to their original form even after being stretched out. Their original forms, in this case, are origami versions of geese, penguins, Mt. Fuji, and cranes.

▼ Here’s the crane cloth spread out…


▼ Putting itself back together…


▼ And completely back in shape!


And here are the penguin and Mt. Fuji versions of the Peti Peto.



All versions are available via the 100percent Online Store, which says the clothes are great for cleaning screens as well as glasses. One cleaning cloth costs 1,600 yen (US$13.30) not including tax, so you may not want to actually use them for any real cleaning! But we bet they would be a lot of fun to carry around, stretching them out and then flipping them back-and-forth between your hands all day.

▼ Watch a Peti Peto in action below! And then watch it again and again and…

It looks like a few Peti Peto have also been imported into the US and are available on Amazonfor over $40 each! Well, we suppose you could buy one of your own or you could just keep watching that video. We know which we’ll be doing all afternoon!

Sources: Japaaan, Perrocaliente
Top image: YouTube/ARIGATO GIVING

Insert images: YouTube/ARIGATO GIVING100percent Online Store