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California King Tatami Mat

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    Purchase California King Tatami Mat

    SKU: TATAMI-CK California King Tatami Mat

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    Tatami Specifications:

    Our Tatami mats are constructed of Japanese Rush Grass with a double layer top for extra protection.The inside is a baked Dried Rice Straw Fill for strength and durability.Each mat is sewn with a black fabric border and bound with twine. A moisture resistant barrier is included in the foundation of the mat.

    This Tatami mat measures 84" long by 36" wide. It is 2" high and weighs approximately 80 pounds.

    This California King size Tatami Mat is meant to be purchased in pairs to fit a standard California King size bed which measures 72" wide by 84" long.

    Consider purchasing one of our fantastic Shoji Sliding Door Kits to compliment your new Tatami Mats. Available in many designs and colors, you are sure to find one to meet your needs.

    Orders of one, two or three are shipped out Oversized FedEx Ground service, while four or more will be palleted and shipped by FedEx Freight service, curbside delivery only.

    History of Tatami:

    We at Oriental Furniture are pleased to announce our new line of Tatami Mats.They come to you straight from the Far East, where they have been making Tatami for hundreds of years.

    Tatami mats started as floor coverings and were also used to make chairs or benches by placing several Tatami on top of each other.

    When they were first made, Tatami mats were seen as luxury items for the wealthy when most people had dirt floors.Another function of Tatami was to indicate rank. The most exalted members of a ceremony or gathering were given the privilege of sitting on the Tatami, while others sat on the wooden floor.

    Tatami mats are much more widely used today, but are still employed for Japanese religious rites and tea ceremonies.

    Our Tatami mats can be used in a variety of ways. Floor coverings are the most popular option, but benches, stools, tables and desks can also be constructed using multiple Tatami.