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airweave Futon


Our take on the traditional Japanese bedding that is usually laid on the floor, known as shikibuton. The Futon is thick enough to use on its own, or as a mattress topper for a plush, luxurious feel with all the benefits of airfiber®. An all-weather outer cover features a velvety soft side for cooler days and a breathable thin layer on the other side for when it's hotter. Easily folds and has handles to carry. 


  • Cushion: Polyethylene 100%
  • Outer Cover: (warm side) Pile 100% Cotton, (cool side) Poly 55%, Cotton 45%
  • Batting: Polyester 100%
  • Lining: Polyester 100%


  • Twin: 40” X 75” X 2.8”, 15.4 lbs
  • Twin XL: 40” X 80” X 2.8”, 17.6 lbs
  • Full: 54” X 75” X 2.8”, 22 lbs
  • Queen: 61” X 81” X 2.8”, 26.4 lbs
  • King: 77” X 81” X 2.8”, 33 lbs
  • CAL King: 72” X 84” X 2.8”, 33 lbs
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Founded in 1906, Kagaya is a traditional Japanese style inn known as a Ryokan. Kagaya has been voted #1 for 36 consecutive years as the "Top 100 Hotels & Ryokans."

Guests are treated with the Kagaya tradition of "heartfelt hospitality" in the form of impeccable services, gourmet dining and premium facilities.

Located in Wakura-onsen, Kagaya is surrounded by beautiful nature landscape and an abundance of hot springs.

airweave futons are featured in all the rooms so guests can experience the best night sleep possible. Shown here is our shikibuton (airweave Futon) and kakebuton (Hyperdown Duvet)

The Futon Tradition

Not to be confused with the American version of a futon sofa bed, the futons of Japan are traditional bedding made up of two separate parts: the shikibuton (mattress) and the kakebuton (duvet or blanket). Traditionally, futons are used on tatami mats to provide a softer base than a hard floor. Futons are made to be easily folded and stored during the day to allow other uses for the room. Traveling to Japan and looking to immerse yourself in traditional surroundings? Try the Kagaya hotel in Ishikawa. Scroll photos to learn more.

Different At Its Core

Ease of Movement

We all toss and turn at night but only some mattresses allow us to do this with ease and a low level of motion transfer. Our resilient airfiber core provides you with a high level of support from every angle so you feel more like you're floating on top rather than sinking into your mattress. You'll exert less energy while sleeping allowing you (and your partner) to stay in a deeper more restful sleep.

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Designed To Breathe

The interwoven airfiber core encourages airflow, which naturally regulates body temperature throughout the night to keep you comfortable.

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Easy to Clean

airweave is entirely washable to minimize dust and allergens. Simply remove the mattress cover to machine wash and rinse the airfiber core with water.

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Eco Friendly

While foam and spring mattresses crowd landfills, airweave is composed of a recyclable plastic airfiber core.


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What is airfiber?

Airfiber is our proprietary technology and material that makes up the core of our mattresses. Through its unique interwoven design, airfiber helps you move easily, evenly distributes weight and allows airflow to help keep you in a deeper more restful sleep.



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