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. The ojami cushion is a funky, modern take on the otedama, a traditional Japanese beanbag toy that was filled with azuki beans.
Handcrafted by our skilled Kyoto artisans, ojami come in a rich variety of colors, fabric coverings, fillings, sizes, and shapes to suit your taste and lifestyle.
Amazingly comfortable and of a unique geometrical shape, functionally these cushions are designed for posture support and correction, and to be a beautiful decorative object suitable to any living or working space.
This Ojami's fabric is called 'Shippo' which is famous as one of the Japanese traditional lucky patterns.
Sizes(Approx.): Φ40cm(M) / Φ43cm(L)
Materials: 100% Polyester (Shippo)
Filling: 70% Cotton, 30% Polyester / Core: Polyurethane
Shippo or seven treasures, a term of the Buddhist Scriptures, means seven treasures of gold, silver, lapis lazuli, crystal (quartz), giant clam shells, coral, and agate. This is considered as a lucky pattern and is popular both in Japan and abroad.
*Please note that the actual color of the product might be slightly different.