Unlock your inner calm and comfort with DharmaCrafts’ Zabuton collection. Take your meditation or yoga practice to the next level with cushions made of 100% cotton, 10 oz twill fabric right here in the United States.
With various cushion options and prices, this collection is sure to offer the perfect cushion for you. Plus, you can take advantage of discounts available for buying in bulk, making it suitable for organizations, sitting groups, or businesses.
So don’t wait, start your journey towards a more comfortable practice today!
- Zabuton cushions come in various materials such as cotton, silk, leather, and linen.
- Modern designs incorporate ergonomic features for enhanced comfort.
- Prices range from US$44 to US$97, depending on the size and pattern of the cushion.
- The Cushion Upgrade Program allows users to upgrade their old cushions for free distribution to those in need.
Material and Design
Zabuton cushions come in a variety of materials and designs, ranging from cotton and silk to leather and linen. Many modern designs incorporate ergonomic features for enhanced comfort and are decorated with embroidery options, tassels, and removable washable covers.
The traditional Japanese aesthetic is blended with contemporary design, complete with cotton batting filling and a variety of sizes from 2 to 3 square feet and an inch or two in thickness. Deluxe options include a removable, washable cover for easy cleaning.
Zabuton is a great addition to any home, office, or business, with bulk discounts available for organizations or sitting groups.
Pricing and Discounts
You can find a variety of Zabutons with different prices and discounts. DharmaCrafts offers a 10 oz twill fabric cushion in various sizes and patterns. Prices range from US$44 for the Meisen size with Asanoha Pattern Cover to US$93 for the Natural Persimmon (Kakishibu) Hand Dyeing Zabuton.
The Naga-zabuton is double in length, made of Enshu Weave Cotton and costs US$97. There are also items available for bulk pricing and customers can take advantage of discounts.
However, some items may be sold out, so be sure to check shipping options and customer reviews for cushion quality.
For assistance with your Zabuton cushion or bench, you can reach out to DharmaCrafts via phone or email.
Customer support is available during business hours to help with troubleshooting assistance, returns and exchanges, product recommendations, order tracking, and shipping and delivery inquiries.
All inquiries will be addressed in a timely and professional manner.
If you’re looking for additional information or have questions about the cushion upgrade program, you can contact the store manager for further assistance.
DharmaCrafts also offers discounts for bulk orders, so be sure to inquire about this to get the best value for your order.
Cushion Upgrade Program
The Cushion Upgrade Program allows you to upgrade your old cushion for free distribution to those in need. Through this donation process, you can have an impact on the lives of the beneficiaries, while also benefiting yourself.
Upgrading your cushion brings many benefits, such as improved posture and comfort for meditation practice, as well as environmental sustainability and community involvement.
The program encourages users to donate their old cushions to those in need, providing a meaningful way to give back. Allowing for the repurposing of a product, the Cushion Upgrade Program supports sustainability and community support, making it a worthwhile endeavor for everyone.
Building on the Cushion Upgrade Program, zabutons come in various sizes to suit your needs. Comfort and support is the primary factor to consider when choosing the right size for your meditation practice.
Zabutons measure between 2 to 3 square feet with a thickness of 1 to 2 inches, although the Naga-zabuton is larger at 43.3 x 23.6 inches. There are benefits of a thicker zabuton for those looking for extra cushioning and support.
Additionally, customizable zabuton options are available, such as Enshu Weave Cotton, Silk, Linen, and Leather. Different dimensions are available for various meditation styles, with Deluxe, Economy, and Square options available.
To find the perfect zabuton for you, consider the comfort and support it provides, as well as the customizable options.
Next, we’ll discuss the patterns and colors available.
Patterns and Colors
Continuing from the Sizing Options, Zabuton are available in a variety of patterns and colors, allowing you to customize your cushion to suit your taste. From Asanoha to Sashikozanmai to Nagomi, these covers feature intricate details such as threaded embroidery and tassels, adding a decorative element to the cushion.
The texture options include Enshu Weave Cotton and Natural Persimmon (Kakishibu) Hand Dyeing, allowing for further customization. The Swatch Card offers a diverse selection of colors, from vibrant hues to muted shades, giving you a range of choices.
The modern adaptation of Zabuton incorporates these various colors and patterns, making it a versatile and customizable choice for contemporary use.
Frequently Asked Questions
What Is a Zabuton in Japanese?
In Japanese culture, a zabuton is a traditional cushion that is typically made from cotton fabric with precise stitching techniques. It is used for sitting in various positions, and its placement can indicate social hierarchy. It has various traditional uses, such as in Zen meditation and rakugo performances, and can come in various fabric choices.
What Does the Name Zabuton Mean?
Exploring the name ‘Zabuton’, you’ll find it is derived from the Japanese language and is commonly associated with traditional Japanese culture, ancient uses of zabuton for comfort and social hierarchy, and its popularity in modern culture. Enjoy the comfort benefits and maintenance tips for your zabuton cushion.
What Are Zabutons Filled With?
Zabutons are traditionally filled with cotton batting for cushioning and comfort. Exploring alternatives, they can also be filled with silk, linen, or leather. Modern adaptations include ergonomic styling options and cultural significance make them suitable for various settings. With so many options, zabutons offer something for everyone.
What Are the Names of Japanese Pillows?
In Japanese culture, pillows include Ikebana, Tea Ceremony, Kimono Styles, Calligraphy Art, and Geisha Culture. Each has its own unique purpose, whether it’s for decoration, comfort, or to enhance a cultural experience.
If you want the perfect cushion for your meditation and yoga practice, look no further than DharmaCrafts’ Zabuton collection! With unbeatable comfort and quality, in a range of sizes, colors, and patterns, you’ll be sure to find what you’re looking for.
Plus, the customer support is top-notch and the cushion upgrade program is an added bonus. So don’t wait any longer – get your perfect cushion today and take your practice to the next level!