Ojami cushion | Pagong | Traditonal Kyoto yuzen dyeing

    The Ojami is an original cushion developed by Takaokaya over the last decade. 
    The unique shape is inspired by the ancient Japanese beanbag toy called ‘otedama’, or ‘ojami’ in the Kyoto dialect. 
    Handcrafted by our skilled Kyoto craftsman, Ojami comes in a variety of colors, fabrics, fillings, sizes, and shapes to suit your preference and lifestyle.
    Amazingly comfortable with a unique geometrical shape, these cushions are not only great for posture support, but they can also be a beautiful decorative piece suitable for any space.

    This Ojami was created in collaboration with Pagong, famous for its traditional yuzen dyeing process from Kyoto. 

    Product Details:

    Sizes(Approx.): Φ40cm(M) / Φ43cm(L)
    Materials: 60% Cotton, 40% Linen (Pagong)
    Filling: 70% Cotton, 30% Polyester / Core: Polyurethane

    Fabrics:      


    About Pagong: 

    Pagong is a contemporary Kyoto fashion label that has been dyeing fabric with the Kyoto Yuzen tradition since 1919. We’ve begun a collaboration with Pagong’s greatest hits, big, bold motifs that are both timelessly traditional and contemporary.
    *Please note that the actual color of the product might be slightly different.



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