MATSUBA TATAMI MINI TATAMI MAT
$69.00
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Matsuba Tatami Mini Tatami Mat

USD $69
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Only 5 pieces in stock!

Why not showcase your favorite items on this small tatami mat? The Mini Tatami Mat features a charming tatami edge design incorporating traditional patterns such as cherry blossoms and hemp leaves.

This mat creates an adorable space for smaller items like vases, lucky cats, and seasonal decorations that you've been wondering where to place. It can also be incorporated into your table setting as a tray for sake cups, matcha bowls, and sweets.

This product uses a washi paper surface that reproduces the texture of tatami mats by twisting paper into thin cords. Unlike natural "Igusa"(Japanese rush), it does not change color or emit a scent, but it has the benefit of not fading. It is coated with a water-repellent layer, so if water spills on it, simply wipe it off gently and continue to use.

They are recommended as gifts for family, friends, and special ones. 

Founded in 1977, the current owner, Sakae Matsuba, trained intensively for five years at a well-established tatami shop in Shizuoka City before setting up his own business in Yaizu City. In order to communicate the comfort of tatami, a traditional aspect of Japanese culture, he creates everyday goods and interior products using igusa and a fabric known as a "tatami-beri" (tatami ribbon), which resembles a belt and is attached to the edges of tatami mats.

PRODUCT DETAIL

  • Quantity: 1
  • Dimension: 30.5cm(12in) x 20cm(7.9in) x 2cm(0.8in)
  • Material: Washi Paper
  • Origin: Made in Japan
  • Brand: Matsuba Tatami 

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ABOUT MATSUBA TATAMI

Founded in 1977, the current owner, Sakae Matsuba, trained intensively for five years at a well-established tatami shop in Shizuoka City before setting up his own business in Yaizu City. In order to communicate the comfort of tatami, a traditional aspect of Japanese culture, he creates everyday goods and interior products using "Igusa" (Japanese rush) and a fabric known as a "tatami-beri" (tatami ribbon), which resembles a belt and is attached to the edges of tatami mats.

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