Folded structure is widely applied in various engineering fields. Many of the Japanese folding fans in the Edo era (1603-1868) have been successfully blended with the processing technology of "natural materials" that is the origin of Japan's "Monodzukuri" (craftsmanship) and its application "artistic originality". The charm of a fan lies in the diversity of stereoscopic expression not born in plane representation. For example, the effects of folds, the expression of the front and back sides flowing from the front to the back by double-sided description, and the two-layer effect of raising the backside from the surface using the permeability of Japanese paper, the calculated depiction are also seen. Moreover, by handling the fan, it also produced an illusion effect which skillfully calculated the change due to movement of the viewpoint. Students experience the natural materials such as Japanese paper, bamboo and starch paste, which are the materials of paint and fan at the time, and processing method, and know the difference with the current one. This study is to verify the effectiveness of engineering education which gains experience by making concrete fans and to understand deeply this traditional technology with the artistry of a Japanese fan at the same time. And we can learn from the characteristics of the fan to Japan's history and culture.