Traditionally made Kyo-Tatami mats add elegance to your rooms
Established in 1912, this tatami (a type of mat used as a flooring material in traditional Japanese-style rooms) shop has been providing their high quality tatami mats to imperial buildings and Urasenke tea ceremony facilities. For example, their mats can be found in the imperial palace, Urasenke Konnichian tea ceremony building, many renowned ryokan inns and hotels, teahouses of traditional Japanese restaurants and Sukiya style (a house in the style of a tea-ceremony pavilion) buildings. They only use traditional materials and methods and their mats are mostly hand sewn, providing a highly trusted quality to customers. They are also known to have re-started making “Yotsuwari-shitate”, known as a rare and precious style of tatami mats, after production had stopped entirely. In recent years, they have been receiving a growing number of orders from overseas. For usual households, they offer new tatami or the replacement of the surface of existing mats as well as turning the mats over. New mats have a nice fragrance of igusa grass. One tatami mat is priced from 36,750 yen.
Translation to English by AD BRAIN INC.
|Name||Saga Fujimoto Tatami Shop|
|Address||27 Saga Shakado Daimon-cho, Ukyo-ku, Kyoto|
|Closed||Sun. & national holidays|
|Recommended||They travel all around Japan to offer their service.|
Classical Japanese inn and restaurant set in the best scenic beauty site in Kyoto
Arashiyama Onsen Saishiki no Yado Hanaikada
Prefect destination for a train trip, both overnight and day guests are welcome
Relax and enjoy the Japanese tea and sweets
Shrines & Temples
An old temple with blazing autumn leaves where Hyakunin Isshu was compiled