This product is only mat. The table and futon are NOT included.
Top fabric 100% polyester (flannel),
Bottom fabric 100% polyester (peach-skin processing, non-slip),
Padding 40mm Polyester material in the form of a compressed sheet.
Washing Instructions: Cannot be washed
Made in Japan
We have 3 sizes for this product.
- 74.8″ x 51.1″ (190×130cm)
- 74.8″ x 74.8″ (190×190cm)
- 94.4″ x 74.8″ (240×190cm)
The padding is made of 40mm Japanese hard cotton for cushioning. Its sufficient cushioning makes it ideal for use on wooden floors.
This mat has obtained a special sound insulation grade of LL-40 (The value of the grade that indicates the sound insulation performance in Japan). It also reduces noise to the lower floor.
Also, when used with a kotatsu, it is difficult for heat from the kotatsu to escape under the floor, which has an energy-saving effect.
The surface has a water-repellent function, so even if you spill something, it can be wiped off quickly and easily.
The use of chenille yarn prevents the formation of stray hair and makes it easy to clean.
It is very cushioned. You can even nap on it!
Features of this item
1. High cushioning
3. Heat retention
4. Stain resistance
About the size of the kotatsu mat
If you are not sure about the size of your kotatsu mattress (kotatsu rug), use "the width of the kotatsu top + 39 inch (100 cm)" as a guide.
For example, if your kotatsu table is 31.5 inch (80 cm) wide, the size of the kotatsu mattress should be 31.5 + 39 = 70.5 inch ( 80 cm + 100 cm = 180 cm) or more.
This will give you 20 inch (50 cm) of space to sit on each side of the tabletop.
This item is produced by Ikehiko
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Came in about a week after ordering. Do make sure that you check the shipping info, mine was delivered to my house, but if you're not there, it could be sent back to the post office and you'll have to pick it up by a certain date or it'll be sent back. It has a good amount of cushion for the floor and it helps insulate the kotatsu when it's turned on. Very glad I bought this over a regular rug, which would have been a lot thinner