Tatami Folding RUSH mattress double 140×210cm Made in Japan


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Japanese (Kyushu) rush is used for the outer material.
Each one is thick, the skin is thick, and the fibers are fine, so it is elastic and has excellent durability.

Tatami Folding RUSH mattress Double 140 x 210 cm Made in Japan
A unit tatami mat that can be used as a mattress.

Single about 100 x 210 cm
Semi-double approx. 120 x 210 cm
Double approx. 140 x 210 cm
Producing area: Japan
Material / ingredient: Outer material = rush lining = 100% polyester (nonwoven fabric) 8mm

It has the features of natural purification of air, humidity control and stain resistance, so it regulates the humidity under the futon and has antibacterial and deodorant effects.
“”Hiba Essence”” extracted from Hiba tree in Aomori prefecture is processed on the surface of the fabric using the manufacturer’s original technology.
Hiba Essence contains a highly antibacterial ingredient called hinokitiol, which is a natural substance.

If your room is flooring, futon group, sleeping group, yoga group, etc., please try it once.

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Additional information

Weight 21600 g


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