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Put together here are the videos sent from our customers showing how their rooms look like using our tatamis.

The tatamis TOKYO TATAMI MAKER delivers to the world are made in Japan using domestically produced materials. Put together here are the videos sent from our customers showing how their rooms look like using our tatamis.

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DIY Tatami Do you want to replace your old tatami with your own stylish Ryukyu tatami?

How to Order Measure the size of the tatami and request by email a quote for Ryukyu tatami If you contact us via our enquiry form or by email about the size of your room, we will reply with drawings with the tatami pasted in and a quote within one business day. Tatami is produced in millimeters, so we can handle detailed sizes. We can fabricate tatami in sizes between thicknesses of 15 mm to 60 mm. (Consult with us if your tatami will exceed 60 mm.) TOKYO TATAMI MAKER


Yellow and green tatami. What is the difference?

The tatami mats can have a long life of use if they are set to avoid direct sunlight and there is moderate ventilation.


This method of ryukyu tatami laying is common for Japanese-style rooms

By laying the tatami mats in different mesh directions, the light reflecting from these mats will differ, creating an illusion of having two different colors.

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A wonderful “chashitsu” tea ceremony room.

Goza Carpet Igusa Akebono carpet style that you can comfortably enjoy the igusa fragrance. We have received a photo from a customer who purchased a goza carpet from us the other day. The photo shows how the customer spreads the goza carpet out on wooden flooring and performs the tea ceremony on it. the customer is using a genuine tea set and has created a wonderful “chashitsu” tea ceremony room. The goza carpet is made entirely of the surface portion of tatami mats. It can be folded up to a compact size, and therefore can be stowed when the room is not being used for the tea ceremony. The customer […]

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Customer Review for “Chanoyu Tatami”

Let us introduce you to our customer reviews. “Thanks for everything. The merchandise arrived this morning! I lay them down at once. Since they are light, it only took about 15 minutes from the unwrapping even when working by myself. The good smell of the new tatami made me nostalgic and excited. I shall be using them at once for tea ceremony practice starting tomorrow matched for “okiro”. I am looking forward to the surprised faces of my students. I will be sure to ask for their comments. Since it is in the living room, I requested four and a half tatami mats for tea serving seating for a start. […]

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It is possible to send Tatami samples by post.

Which type of which color do you want to see? Is only Igusa I want to see? It is $ 9 per item Please tell me the name and color of the item you care about. If there is some type of tatami facing that interests you, please feel free to ask us for a sample, using the following form.

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Tatami texture

Classic Series Traditional Cloth Edging Design The edging seen in the Classic Series is a traditional pattern.We offer two types with differing lengths and these are made thicker than our other tatami mat series. When placed over flooring, the small elevation made by this tatami creates an entirely new space Classic Series ZEN This tatami does not have an aroma as it does not contain materials made from igusa. Just like the Tokyo Series, these mats have been water and stain proofed, so no matter the spill; water, tea, coffee, etc., there will be no trace left after cleaning. Extremely water repellant and resistant to color fading. ZEN Series […]

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In Japan rice straw tatami mats have largely fallen out of use

In Japan rice straw tatami mats have largely fallen out of use. This is due to changes in the home environment. Until 50 years ago, Japanese homes tended to be constructed of wood, and using rice straw tatami mats in these buildings was not a problem. Nowadays however homes are built to be airtight.