Zabuton is a traditional Japanese cushion with nearly 1000 years of history. Originally, zabuton indicated high status and were only used by people such as the emperor and members of the imperial court, or most revered of Buddhist monks. Now, zabuton is part of daily life and is central to the Japanese omotenashi culture of hospitality. Our Kyoto Zabuton are made true to the traditions of our unique city but have been also been adapted for greater stability and comfort.
Use one of our zabuton cushions and you’ll never want an ordinary cushion again!
If you don't have a Tatami mattress, no problem! You can use our zabuton not only Tatami but also any floors! And also you can use our zabuton for zazen, mediation like zafu to be mindfulness.
Materials: 100% Cotton
Filling: 70% Cotton, 30% Polyester (Blended)
Filling Weight: 1.0kg
This page is for Kyoto Zabuton with Japanese pattern 'Sayagata'. This Japanese pattern is only available at our online store for overseas.
The Japanese pattern we used for this zabuton is called "Sayagata". This is one of the Japanese traditional patterns. This pattern comes from manji 卍, the ancient Buddhist symbols. This Japanese pattern is interlocking and connected to all the sides continuously with representing life and strength.
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