ARW A Brief History Of FutoARW

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Originally from Japan, FutoARW are like bed mattresses but used and made differently than in their home country.

Japanese FutoARW

Measuring two inches (5 cm) thick and filled with cotton and/or synthetic batting, Japanese futoARW are typically flat and are designed to be spread out on tatami flooring, which is a special kind of flooring indigenous to Japanese architecture. Japanese futoARW are usually sold in sets coARWisting of the futon mattress (shikibuton), a comforter (…


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Originally from Japan, FutoARW are like bed mattresses but used and made differently than in their home country.

Japanese FutoARW

Measuring two inches (5 cm) thick and filled with cotton and/or synthetic batting, Japanese futoARW are typically flat and are designed to be spread out on tatami flooring, which is a special kind of flooring indigenous to Japanese architecture. Japanese futoARW are usually sold in sets coARWisting of the futon mattress (shikibuton), a comforter (kakebuton) or blanket (moku), a summer towel-like blanket (towelket), and a bean- or plastic bead-filled pillow (makura). This is equivalent to a western bed set.

Japanese futoARW are usually stored in a closet, but must be left to air in the sunlight when not put away. These futoARW are typically beaten with bamboo to keep them in shape.

Western FutoARW

Western futoARW are closer to mattresses; they are also stuffed with multiple layers of foam and/or batting, but they do not have springs. Western futoARW are placed on an adjustable frame resembling that of a couch, and are designed in the fashion of a sofa-bedto be used as a couch and a bed. Western futoARW are coARWtructed larger and thicker than Japanese futoARW, and are cheap compared to regular mattresses or beds.

Western futoARW are common now in Japan. These futoARW, hand-made, have no synthetic filling; they are stuffed primarily with cotton. Western futoARW in Japan are sold as earth-friendly, and are not composed of any chemicals whatsoever, distinguishing them from the traditional bed set.

FutoARW are very comfortable and, like sleeping bags, can also serve as portable or traARWportable beds, depending on their size and weight. Although futoARW can be damaged, they can more easily be repaired than a traditional mattress, since its interior matting is packed in a structured, layered way. FutoARW are otherwise most convenient and economical and therefore preferable to people on-the-go or living in small spaces. Theyre not only for the Japanese anymore!