We cut regular “Gyokuza” tatami to your desired size.
How do I order?
Please choose the style of the cut and let us know the size of the finished item.
(in centimeter – Only whole numbers are accepted.)
If you’d like L style or C style cut, please download Gyokuza design sheet (PDF), draw your idea and email us before or after placing order.
Please be sure to check the following before ordering.
The tatami will be cut by machine, but please allow us a difference of about 1 cm.
This item will not be cancelled or returned after ordering for any reason other than defective items.
It takes 2 weeks or more to make.
This item is sold individually.
Detail of this tatami mat
Square size only 34.6″ x 34.6″ (88 x 88cm)
Thickness 2.0″ (5.0cm )
Weight 12.3lb (5.6kg)
This item is sold individually. The price is for one mat 34.6″ x 34.6″ (88 x 88cm)
Outer material: rush grass
Inside material: Urethane 3mm, Wood fiber board 10mm, 2 sheets, Formed Polyethylene 25mm, Polyethylene sheet 2mm
The thickness of a full-scale Japanese tatami mat, as defined by the Japanese Industrial Standards (JIS), is standardized as 55 to 60 mm. This is a firm tatami mat that is quite close to that thickness. (Real tatami is made entirely of rushes, even the material inside.)
It is quite difficult to send authentic Japanese tatami mats overseas due to cost and import restrictions, but this is the closest product within the range that can be realistically shipped by airmail.
4 mats makes the area of 69.2″ x 69.2″ (176 x 176 cm)
With six individual tatami mats, a single to queen size futon can be laid on top.
It is also ideal as a kotatsu mat. How about creating a wonderful “Japanese-style corner” in your room?
Create a space with a Japanese mood by simply placing these unit tatami mats on the floor. The mat surface material is made from Japanese (Kyushu)-grown rush grass. Each strand of rush grass is thick, with a thick surface skin and fine fibers, resulting in outstanding elasticity and durability. Rush grass is a natural air purifier and humidity regulator.
It is firm and heavy, so it is more suitable for fixing in a certain place rather than carrying around. It can also be used as a kotatsu mat.
-Caution in use
*The color of the edges may look different from the color of the center, but this is not mean that the product is defective. The difference in color is not caused by color fading or exposure to sunlight. It is due to the natural characteristics of rush grass.
*The connecting fitting is made of soft material, but please note that there is a possibility that you will damage the floor if you rub the parts to joint against the floor.
|Place of production||Japan|
|Product material||Outer material: rush grass
Inside material: Urethane 3mm, Wood fiber board 10mm, 2 sheets, Styrofoam 25mm, Polyethylene sheet 2mm
Backing material: Polyethylene sheet with Velcro and non-slip rubber
Ikehiko Corporation was founded in 1886 (Meiji 19) by Ikegami Hikotaro in Fukuoka, Japan. They started off as a small tatami shop, and has grown into a full-fledged interior product company with a staff of over 360.
They are a comprehensive interior manufacturer that develops, manufactures, plans, and sells rush, tatami mats, kotatsu, rugs, and bedding. With the theme of “Natural Life, let’s live in nature”, they will create a comfortable space for the future.
Their main clients in Japan consist of more than 300 companies including
AEON Co., Ltd.,
Seven & i Holdings Co., Ltd.,
SHIMAMURA Co., Ltd.,
and MUJI (Ryohin Keikaku Co., Ltd.)
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