Kotatsu table is not included.
This set is 5% cheaper than buying them separately.
Why don’t you create a space with the best kotatsu with our handmade high quality kotatsu futon and zabuton?
The fabrics and fillings are all 100% cotton
Kotatsu futon and zabutons are handmade by our futon craftsmen.
Made in Japan
Kotatsu futon inner and zabuton inner
There are eight different fabrics for the cover. Please choose one of them.
Nagomi fabric – 6 color options
This fabric is thick and substantial compared with other futon fabric. This plain fabric can mix and match any kind of home decor.
In Japanese, “Nagomi” or “Nagomu” mean comfort and soften. We hope you’ll feel calm by sleeping on this futon mattress.
Asanoha (Flax leaf) Pattern
This is one of the most popular fabrics with patterns in our store.
In old times, flax leaf was considered to be sacred and talismanic. When babies were born, the people back then used to make clothes with this pattern and put them on the babies wishing their health. This pattern is consist of triangles and one of the most beautiful geometric pattern of Japan. Still now, you can find this pattern in kimonos, furniture and modern architecture in Japan.
Sashiko Zanmai Pattern
Sashiko is an ancient Japanese form of embroidery. Various patterns have been developed and handed down from generation to generation, not only for decorative purposes, but also to make the fabric stronger. This fabric is printed with a collection of typical sashiko patterns.
How to choose the size of a kotatsu futon
Ideally, a kotatsu futon should be about 43" to 51" (110 to 130 cm) larger in both length and width than the kotatsu tabletop.
This means that the futon will be at least 21" (55 cm) larger than all four sides of the table.
However, these days, kotatsu tables tend to be taller. The average height of a kotatsu is said to be about 15" (39 cm). If your kotatsu is taller than this, a larger futon may be more suitable.
It is recommended that you choose a cover for your kotatsu futon that is the same or about 2″ / 5 cm larger than the kotatsu futon.
How to make a kotatsu futon
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.
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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