Tatami mats have been used by the Japanese for centuries. In general they serve as floor coverings and are frequently used during tea ceremonies, religious gatherings, for meditation and yoga sessions and to add beauty to any room. We have a range of sizes and several distinct styles to choose from. Check out our complete selection of tatami mats here.
Tatami mats are a great way to instantly create an authentic-looking Asian decorative theme in any room. The Japanese first invented tatami mats more than 500 years and ago and they were used exclusively for the nobility class at first. Later, as production of tatami mats expanded, other classes, such as the Samurai and merchant class, began to enjoy them too. Tatami mats can be used in a number of ways, such as chairs or benches - by stacking mats on top of each other - but most people use them as floor coverings. All of our tatami mats are made in the Far East from Japanese rush grass. A double layer provides extra long-lasting protection and comfort. The inside of the mat is filled with dried rice straw for durability and strength. Additionally, every mat has a sewn black border that is bound with twine. The mats are able to endure moisture due to a special resistant barrier inside them. Use these beautiful tatami mats in your home, office or studio to create a tranquil environment with an Asian inspired decorative flair.
Almost nothing says Asian decor like an authentic and traditional Japanese tatami mat. This attractive tatami will create a comfortable and cool environment to practice meditation, yoga, have tea ceremonies or for relaxing comfort.
Now you can continue the long-standing tradition of Japanese tatami with our fabulous tatami mats. This beautiful Euro King Tatami Mat is one of our larger mats and will create an outstanding decorative effect in any mid to large size room.
All of our Tatami Mats are made in the Far East, where the tradition of crafting and using them extends back hundreds of years. Tatami Mats were first used in Japan by the wealthy to cover their dirt floors.