New Japanese Futon Set imported from Japan.
A Japanese Futon Set is the best seller and highly recommended for people in Australia who would like the comfort and flexability of space that Japanese style bedding provides.
Easily foldable for storage.
Light weight for ease of airing in fresh air.
-Anti Dust Mite Technology
-100 x 210 cm
-Thickness 4 cm
-Side fabric Polyester
-inner material Polyester
- Shiki Futon may be Brown or Beige depending on supplier availability.
– 50 x 910 x 1920 mm.
– Thickness 4cm
– Outer Fabric 100% Polyester
– Inner material Polyurethene Memory Foam 95% retention
Japanese Futon Sheet
” やわらかいタオル生地のシーツです ” – its just like nice soft towel.
For a flat shipping fee we can deliver anywhere in Australia.
All Futons are made in Japan and are the ‘typical’ style of bedding used by most people in Japan, from Families to Students to the elderly.
Some high end Futons can be too thick and can not be folded and stored. Also Futons that are too thick can be quite heavy and this makes airing them and sunning them too much like hard work. Air and Sun are important for your shiki mattress so it is recommended you choose one that is built to be easily maintained.
We only sell affordable, everyday style futons. Our supplier makes futons are built to last and are marketed towards the average consumer in Japan. People in Japan usually sleep on tatami covered floors. In Australia we recommend people use a Shiki Futon paired with a base mattress for best results. Those who like a harder style of sleep, may choose to use only the Shiki on a carpeted or wooden floor.
Authentic Japanese futons are made to be used on a flat surface. If you prefer to use the futon on a bed or bed base, it is advised to have a flat base rather than slats. If you have slats, try covering them with a flat surface.
Things to keep in mind when buying a Futon are :
- What kind of base do you prefer ?
- How firm do you like your mattress or futon ?
- Do you need more space in your room ?
- Are you prepared to air and sun the futon regularly ?