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[QUOTE=John Wagenseil;749080]I stumbled across this example of "tatebanko art".
立版古 | ToMuCo - Tokyo Museum Collection




This one looks like a single sheet view of a harbor, with three Japanese warships in the background (?~1905). The main action depicted is a rowing competition among 4 longboats, each with 8 crew pulling 8 oars and a coxswain at the stern. The central structure on shore is a viewing platform. Because the longboats are printed on both sides, to be folded, I think they can be moved and pointed either way, to re-enact a race with a full lap up and back. I suspect the colored squares make flags, which can be hung on a thread to create the finish line. A lively tatebanko, cramming a lot into one sheet!
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I stumbled across this example of "tatebanko art".
立版古 | ToMuCo - Tokyo Museum Collection
This one looks like a single sheet view of a harbor, with three Japanese warships in the background (?~1905). The main action depicted is a rowing competition among 4 longboats, each with 8 crew pulling 8 oars and a coxswain at the stern. The central structure on shore is a viewing platform. Because the longboats are printed on both sides, to be folded, I think they can be moved and pointed either way, to re-enact a race with a full lap up and back. I suspect the colored squares make flags, which can be hung on a thread to create the finish line. A lively tatebanko, cramming a lot into one sheet!
Thanks for the explanation, when I saw the image, I could not wrap my head around how the parts could be cut out and built. I have my suspicions about whether or not this single image represents a complete model, since it does not have the customary inset image showing the built up model.
This tatebanko could be made into a race game, by moving the longboats an agreed upon distance based on a coin flip, dice roll, or paper-rock-scissors outcome.
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Tatebanko and omocha-e from Wikipedia

Category:Tatebanko - Wikimedia Commons
Category:Omocha-e - Wikimedia Commons
And example of a paper toy:
Category:Omocha-e by Toyohara Kunichika - Wikimedia Commons

It is worth exploring or burrowing into the links as there are more Edo period paper toys (omocha-e) scattered around Wikimedia.
Some of the cut outs appear to be for paper theaters or peep shows, others are games, and some are just toys to play with, including some huishoudbenodigdheden.
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikiped...02-A-22875.jpg
(There are some cat pictures.)
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Tatebanko at Tokyo Gakugei University Library

おもちゃ絵・絵双六で遊ぼう① 組上絵(くみあげえ)・立版古(たてばんこ) | 東京学芸大学附属図書館

A brief discussion of tatebanko and and links to a couple of tatebanko and a paper toy to download.
Use Google translator of equivalent to get an approximate translation from to another language
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Dress Up Japanese Cat Paper Dolls

Nippon-Graph — Special Cat day 猫の日 Utagawa Yoshifuji 歌川 芳藤...

For people who feel strongly about cats: cat dress up paper dolls.
(the 3rd image from the top)
Also a print of cats about town in their carriage, and a pair of cats and their artillery piece.
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E Book of Edo Period Paper Toys

https://www.chuo-u.ac.jp/uploads/201...01_2018_01.pdf
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https://www.chuo-u.ac.jp/uploads/2019/06/academics_faculties_letters_characteristic_subject 01_2018_01.pdf

Download an E-Book about Edo Period paper toys.
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A fascinating book, John.
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A few Paper Models from ... Korea

I found a few paper models from Korea (and links to paper models from other places):
공개 도면, 페이퍼토이전문디자인회사 : 네이버 블로그
To download the original Korean models look for the tine green arrow, click on it, then click on the group of Korean letters that look a little like an L.. PC.... Or just click on everything on the page until you randomly hit the download command.
For the models from off site designers, click on the line that looks like a link to another site.

If you get frustrated trying to do the downloads, pause for a moment and listen to some soothing sounds from this S. Korean a cappella group:
Maytree (South Korea) - Fly me to the moon - YouTube
And for people who can't get enough of MS Windows:
windows sound effect (acapella) - YouTube

Bonus:
An object that was not made out of paper, which displays the maker's skills with a filament pen:
오징어게임 그 피규어 만들기 - YouTube
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