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5 Inch Wool Shikibuton Single XL Size - Organic Cotton Case

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We designed the 5 Inch Wool Shikibuton Mattress for anyone seeking a supremely comfortable but firm mattress filled with USDA Certified Organic Cotton. Our Traditional 5 Inch Wool and Cotton Shikibuton Twin Size Mattresss are firm when used with a traditional tatami mat. no matter what size you choose each mattress is designed to last a lifetime when taking proper care.Cotton is a natural, renewable, biodegradable and sustainable fiber. Cotton breathes, so it stays cool, is never itchy, and it's an outstanding insulator to provide warmth in the summer & heat in the winter.

5 Inch Wool Shikibuton Single XL Size - Organic Cotton Case

Traditional shikibutons are made for layering on top of each other, on the floor or on a tatami bed. Shiki futons are made from layers of cotton and encased in a polyester fabric case. Our Japanese style Traditional Folding Shiki Futon Mattress include polyester case and chemical free wool. The breathable and lightweight fibers allow for a deeper nights sleep as the wool repels moisture and regulates heat, for improved sleep. These wool and cotton shiki futon mattresses are designed to be rolled up and stored away when not in use. You can customize your comfort by layering two or more shikibutons on top of each other. This can provide a softer sleeping surface. This Natural Wool Shikibuton Mattress is perfect season to season. Find out for yourself how much better if feels to sleep on Wool! Available with standard polyester ticking.The mattress will compress in time, when you first get it it will be fluffy and soft.

Wool and Organic Cotton Shiki Futon Mattress

  • Wool and Cotton Shikibuton Mattress
  • 100% USDA Certified Cotton Fiber
  • American Grown Chemical Free Wool
  • 6-10 Year Life Expectancy
  • 25-45 Lbs. Of Firm Natural Support (Depending On Size)

Care Instructions

The Shiki Futon Mattress needs to be routinely aired out, flipped over and rotated. We recommend placing a coconut coir pad or Tatami mat underneath the mattress while in use, not directly on the floor, to create ideal airflow and prevent mildew and mold.

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Virgin Wool
USDA Certified Organic Cotton

Traditional Shikibuton Futon Mattress
Traditional Shikibuton Futon Mattress

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Product Dimension Diagram

Size A wall space (inches) B height (inches) C depth (inches) D extension
(for love seats only)
Twin 39 3, 5, or 7 75  
Twin XL 39 3, 5, or 7 80  
Full Double 54 3, 5, or 7 75  
Queen 60 3, 5, or 7 80  
Eastern King 76 3, 5, or 7 80  
Cal King 72 3, 5, or 7 84  


Size: Weight:
Single 3" 23 lbs. | 5" 25 lbs.
Twin 3" 25 lbs. | 5" 37 lbs.
Twin XL 3" 29 lbs. | 5" 43 lbs.
Full Double 3" 29 lbs. | 5" 43 lbs.
Full Double XL 3" 33 lbs. | 5" 50 lbs.
Queen 3" 33 lbs. | 5" 50 lbs.
Cal King 3" 45 lbs. | 5" 70 lbs.
Eastern King 3" 45 lbs. | 5" 70 lbs.



Frequently Asked Questions

Creating a minimalist bedroom is a great way to reduce clutter and clear your head. Start by choosing a futon for the floor; this generates enough space and allows you to add more storage items such as shelves, racks, and dressers without overpowering the room. Learn more at this blog post below. 

How to Create a Minimalist Bedroom?

A traditional Japanese home uses shikibutons or shikifutons on top of tatami mats and store them away in the closet during the day. A home or apartment with traditional Japanese decor is called a Washitsu. Learn more at this blog post below. 

What Makes Up A Japanese Bed?

Japanese home design includes minimalistic decor, neutral color palettes, focusing on functionality, and unique furniture pieces, such as Japanese Shiki Futons. Learn more at this blog post below. 

Japanese Home Design

Minimalist interior design is becoming increasingly popular, as it emphasizes simple lines and open spaces. While there are many different types of minimalist designs, Japandi, Japanese, Zen, Meditation and Tiny Living Interiors are just a few to consider. Incorporating sustainable furniture into these designs can add a modern and environmentally friendly touch. Learn more at this blog post below

Minimalist interior design