What is Tatami mat
Tatami is a Japanese unique culture never seen in other countries and is mainly used in a wide range of situations such as judo, tea ceremony, yoga, and Japanese-style rooms. However, it is a bit difficult to install as they require detailed room dimensions.
On the other hand, a tatami “mat (unit/Oki-tatami)” is easy to install because you only need to place it like a rug on the flooring. The surface is smooth and has a great texture, and you usually take off your shoes to sit on them.
There are multiple ways to use and move it anytime anywhere you want.
How to use
It can be used in many ways, depending on you.
You can put two sheets together, use it as a yoga mat, put three sheets together, and use it for napping. If you like meditating, a single tatami mat by itself can be used for that..
Place them in different places to try out different atmospheres. They can also be used as room decorations.
Features and benefits
Light and easy to handle
You can place your favorite size in any place you like.
One half tatami mat size weighs about 3 to 4 Ibs. You can easily carry and handle it.
Combine them as you like
It comes come in a wide variety of colors.
You can change the color of each room according to the interior, or combine the two colors.
Clean and comfortable
It has a moderate cushioning property, so it is perfect for a space where children play.
And you can easily wipe off sweat or spilled drinks.
“Saien Sparkle” has beautiful lightning through the warps with three color variations, which brings a luxurious atmosphere.
“Sazanami” is very suitable for the western style room, featuring the modern pattern on the surface with three color variations.
“Seiryu” is the most popular non-edge tatami mat with six color variations. Best with traditional Japanese room.
“Saien” uses two different colors for the wefts with six color variations, creating a colorful & cheerful atmosphere.
Why daiken tatami?
New material of tatami using Japanese woven paper
Traditionally, tatami is composed of a board made of straw and a surface covered with woven Igusa (Rush straw). However, tatami made of “Rush straw” has some disadvantages such as causing discoloration, abrasion, and tick exposure.
DAIKEN tatami mat surface has a high performance, including resistance to ticks, mold, climate, water, and abrasion.
Slip-proof and stain-resistant
It is especially suitable for households with pets or babies and for people who exercise.
You can easily wipe off sweat or spilled drinks.
Approx. 3 Times the Resistant of General Rush-based Tatami Facing
It is strong against scratches caused by toenails and luggage.
*Abrasion resistance test
(Tested using abrasive paper #180 to check the wear condition after 100 revolutions with a load of 250 g x 2)
|0.51″ thick, 32.3″ x 32.3″
|Packing material, quantity:
|Approx. 3kg per piece
|Japanese Washi paper fabrics
|Labeling exempted product Japanese Washi paper is used. This is not hand-made Washi paper made of hybrid mulberry, oriental paperbush, etc.