Futon Cotton & Coconut - Express Delivery

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This 14 cm thick futon is made of pure carded biological cotton. It’s slightly thicker and firmer than traditional japanese futons as it is enriched with a layer of coconut fibre. This 100% natural product offers a firm resting comfort. The cover is pure ecru cotton.

This product 140x160 cm is in stock and can be shipped within 48 hours from the order.

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Expected dispatch date 30-09-2023.

340,07 € tax incl.

MwSt. 19%


425,08 € tax incl.

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Product features

The batting of the Futon Bio Cotton & Coir mattress consists of 6 layers of carded cotton and an internal layer of breathable coconut fibre.

This model is a mattress with firm lying comfort: the presence of several layers of cotton and the core layer of coconut fibre determine the firmness.

The batting of this mattress is symmetrical, this means that the degree of support and lying comfort does not change regardless of which side of the futon is facing upwards.

Futon-mattresses are especially appreciated for their versatility. In Japan futons are spread on tatami-floors for sleeping at night. Futons can very well also be used in beds with slat frames or tatami.


This product is in stock and can be shipped within 48 hrs from when we receive the order.


Width: 140 cm
Length: 160 cm
Thickness: 14 cm (front and sides)


Cover: 100% ecru cotton
- 5,5 cm of cotton in layers
- 1 layer of coconut (thickness: 3 cm)
- 5,5 cm of cotton in layers 

Maintenance and care

Futons are quilted mattresses so you cannot remove the cover. Possible stains will have to be removed with a stain remover. To protect the Futon from stains and dust, we recommend to add the removable cover which opens on three sides. You will find this in the Accessories section. The removable cover is made of the same material as the futon cover and can be ordered in a different color.

Further we recommend to turn the futon over from time to time, so that the cotton layers maintain an even density as they become slightly compressed due to the weight of the body. The futon should also occasionally be rolled up and put to air out, so that any moisture which may have been absorbed over time can escape. It's best to repeat this operation at every change of season.