Japanese Futon Mattress Made by Craftsmen (Fabric: Hanabishi Shichihou Pattern Cotton, Filling: Natural Cotton 100%)

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Fabric :  Cotton 100 %  
Filling : Natural Cotton (non-organic cotton) 100 %

 

traditional japanese futon hand made cotton traditional japanese futon hand made cotton

 

traditional japanese futon hand made cotton

 

traditional japanese futon hand made cotton

traditional japanese futon hand made cotton

 

 

traditional japanese futon hand made cotton

 

Binging

 

Tuft

 

 

*Fabric

This pattern combines gray hanabishi pattern with colorful Shichihou (seven treasures) pattern.

Hanabishi is a flower with four petals drawn in a diamond shape. During the Heian period (794-1185), it came to be used as a decoration on costumes and furnishings, and later as a family crest. Many samurai families descended from the Seiwa Genji clan used the hanabishi crest, and by the Edo period (1603-1867), many merchants were using it.
The Kai Takeda clan famously used it as their family crest, and it is known as the Takeda rhombus. It is a cute shape and was favored among women.

Shichihou (Shippou) means seven treasures in Japanese. One of the traditional Japanese pattern related to Buddhism. These continuous circles stand for the karma and human connections.

 

traditional japanese futon hand made cotton

 

 

 

*Natural Cotton Filling

Futon Tokyo Cotton

Natural Desi cotton produced in India

Processed at our factory in Tokyo
Desi cotton is indigenous cotton that is strong and resilient.
Due to large dependent on genetically modified cotton, it has been alarmingly reduced.
Desi is the precious variety that we need to rescue.

 

Characteristics of natural cotton
Natural cotton has the natural elasticity. It can create suitable hardness for sleeping.
Sleeping on a natural cotton futon mattress will help to align your head, neck, and spine and helps you maintain a good posture.

 

 

OEKO-TEX certifiedOur cotton filling has received OEKO-TEX® certification.
OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 is the world's highest level of certification for safe textile products, which is only given to products that have passed strict analytical tests covering more than 350 hazardous chemical substances. It is a globally recognized safety standard in the textile business that goes far beyond Japanese safety standards, including certification of sustainable factories that take into consideration the impact on the people involved in production and the environment. The more we seek functionality and convenience, including cost and time savings, the greater the risk of exposure to harmful chemicals. This certificate is an expression of our manufacturing stance against such hazards.
Since its inception in 1992, OEKO-TEX® Standard 100 certification has been awarded more than 200,000 times, and demand for this certification continues to grow worldwide.

Video of Cotton Carding

 

 

 

 

To select the correct futon size

Please note that what we show on our site is the size of the futon fabric. If it is filled with cotton, it will be about 4 inches (10 cm) shorter in length and width.

 

Example : Futon Mattress - Single 78” x 39” (200 x 100 cm) will be 74" x 35" (190 x 90 cm) when you receive.

japanese futon size

If you are planning to place the futon mattress on your bed, and want to fit them perfectly, please be aware of it and select carefully.

All sizes are approximate.

 

Thickness

thickness of futon

 

Shiki Futon (Futon Mattress) at the time of delivery is very fluffy and voluminous, measuring over 4” (10 cm) in the thickest center position but after about one week of usage the fluffiness will begin to settle, and the mattress will transform into a stiffer, denser futon. After about two to three months of use, the cotton padding becomes even thinner (more constricted) and the futon will become about half of its original thickness. Although the volume decreases, the cotton fiber's "support features" become activated and the futon becomes a mattress that will support your proper sleeping posture.

 

How to care  (a new window of pdf file will open)

 

any question about futon

 

 

How We Make Futon

 

 

futon tokyo our policy We source quality raw cotton from India. Classic, heavy-duty machines, which have been used for over three generations, get rid of cotton chips and make the cotton suitable as futon filling. We sterilize cotton by heat. We don't use any chemical material in any of our processes.

futon tokyo our policy

Many kinds of cotton fabrics are in stock to meet customers’ various demands. Our skilled artisans finish more than 15 futon mattresses per day when it‘s busy. The products are then shipped to the world from our office on the lower floor of the factory. Our making process is minimal and productive at the same time. We can cut the costs of the middleman and transportation. That’s why we can offer quality products at a fair price.

 

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