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.
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