Japanese rugs and tatami mats - Add tradition and comfort to your home
Japanese mats and tatami are traditional Japanese floor coverings made from rice straw, reeds or rushes. Tatami mats are usually made from pressed rice straw covered with a woven reed or rush cover. They are used to cover the floors of traditional Japanese houses, bedrooms and meditation rooms. Japanese rugs are usually made from natural fibres such as cotton, linen, wool or silk and are often decorated with traditional Japanese motifs such as cherry blossoms, bamboo leaves, birds and fish.
Tatami mats are considered an important part of traditional Japanese architecture, as they help to insulate rooms from cold and wet floors. They are also used for meditation and yoga practices as they are considered comfortable and hygienic to lie or sit on. Japanese rugs are used to add a touch of culture and tradition to a room, they can be used to decorate a living room, bedroom, bathroom, etc. Japanese rugs and tatami mats are considered symbols of tradition, culture and comfort, and they can be used to create a warm and comfortable atmosphere in a room.