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NOA X TAKAOKAYA Ojami


A unique, one-of-a-kind creation first introduced by TAKAOKAYA, the Ojami cushion is NOA’s take on a fan-favorite. Designed with each user in mind, it offers additional support and comfort to your everyday activities.

Established in Kyoto in 1919, TAKAOKAYA is a family-owned business that specializes in handmade zabutons, cushions, and futon beddings.

Originally focused exclusively on zabutons, it wasn’t until TAKAOKAYA’s third generation CEO, Koichiro Takaoka, felt dissastified with the traditional zabuton cushion’s inflexibility that he made it his life’s mission to revolutionize the sitting experience.

Inspired by the ancient Japanese beanbag toy called otedama (ojami in the Kyoto dialect), Koichiro unveiled what is now the the Ojami cushion, which continues to be beloved by many for its unsurpassed comfort.

The total cost is $685, which includes $585 for the item and a $100 shipping fee.
Black out now, with more shades to come.
  • Functional for everyday use
  • Made to order
  • Material: 100% Nishijin Silk
  • Dimensions: 43 x 43 x 16cm (17” x 17” x 6.3”)





Introducing the NOA x TAKAOKAYA Zabuton and Ojami set – a sublime fusion of everyday living and spiritual elevation, crafted to harmonize human existence with nature. These meticulously designed pieces transcend the conventional boundaries of home decor, serving as devices to connect individuals to the tranquility of the natural world.

Offering more than what meets the eye, the Ojami provides more than just a comfortable seat. Its cloud-like shape and compact design encourages a grounded, centered posture, which fosters concentration for deeper moments of reflection. 

The Ojami also portrays a lifestyle focused on balance and tranquility. Its presence in the home acts as a reminder to prioritize oneself, creating a sanctuary for moments of calm amidst the busyness of daily life.











Indulge in the NOA x TAKAOKAYA collection – where the boundaries between the ordinary and the extraordinary fade away, and the art of living takes on a profound, contemplative dimension.


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