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Handmade Japanese Floor Legless Chair for Sitting Living Room Furniture Asian Traditional Tatami Zaisu Chair Design

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Rattan / Wicker

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Handmade Japanese Floor Legless Chair For Sitting Living Room Furniture Asian Traditional Tatami Zaisu Chair Design

Material: Plywood inside, outside is handmade straw or Banana leaves or hemp rope


  • Material: This tatami seat is made of Indonesian banana leaves or straw&rattan. The wooden structure is beautiful and durable.
  • Design: S-shaped mechanical backrest design, the chair fits the support of the curved backrest of the body, and fully relieves the pressure with overload
  • Unique style: Primitive and natural style, adds color to your home decor as well.
  • Applicable place: Whether it’s a lounge, meditation chair, reading, yoga, relaxation, TV viewing, seminar or office discussion group, this couch can be used as a deck chair and cushion.

Address: No 333#Qinghu Dadao, Jiangshan City, Quzhou, Zhejiang, China
Business Type: Trading Company

Business Range: Apparel & Accessories, Construction & Decoration, Furniture, Light Industry & Daily Use, Lights & Lighting

Management System Certification: ISO 9000

Company Introduction: Jiangshan TATA International Trade Co., Ltd is located in Zhejiang, China and specializes in the Sales of Kotatsu products, design goods, gadgets and more.

Currently we have happy customers from over 30 different countries around the world and we are hoping that we will be able to help you with your item as well.

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To offer a better browsing and shopping experience Jiangshan TATA International Trade Co., Ltd

1, Enhances and expands its selection of products.

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For its trendsetting role and uniqueness, Jiangshan TATA International Trade Co., Ltd has been extensively featured in the press and media.

We also offer wholesale for retail stores around the world.

Chef Masa


Masayoshi Takayama’s appreciation for food started at a young age, growing up working for his family’s fish market in a town of Tochigi Prefecture, Japan. From his early years of delivering fresh sashimi to neighbors on his bicycle, to prepping and grilling hundreds of fish courses to cater weddings in high school, his relationship with food has always been a way of life. Chef Masa is also chef/owner of Bar Masa (located next door to Masa), and is the chef at Kappo Masa (located at 976 Madison Avenue) in partnership with famed art gallerist Larry Gagosian.

Chef Masa apprenticed under the direction of sushi master, Sugiyama Toshiaki, at Tokyo’s well-respected Ginza Sushi-ko. The intense training proved invaluable, inspiring his intimate relationship with food and dining as an all-inclusive experience.

Always the dreamer, he followed a boyhood ambition to travel to the U.S. and started a small, casual kitchen serving both traditional Japanese dishes as well as more Americanized staples. His next venture was more true to his heart and training.

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Masa named his next project after his mentor; Ginza Sushi-ko opened in Beverly Hills with an omakase menu served at a 9 seat counter. In 2004 he opened his renowned Manhattan restaurants Masa and Bar Masa at the Time Warner Center.




«You’ll be transported … to an ethereal realm where chef Masa creates one of the premier dining experiences in the world.» —Travel + Leisure Magazine

Masa is shibui:

Refined beauty that isn’t affected by time or social changes. Shibui is never complicated or contrived. Purity of being, of living, of sensing is inherent in all elements of the Masa experience.

The sushi counter made of a solid piece of Hinoki, Japanese Cypress, which is sanded daily to a soft, porous state providing both visual and sensual satisfaction the moment one enters. The branches of seasonal plants are arranged daily to highlight the beautiful imperfections mother nature produces, offering a unique perspective from all angles.

The otherwise simple décor is intentionally sparse to act as a blank canvas on which the food will be allotted space to shine. The courses build on seasonal properties utilized only in their freshest most delicious state. Each dish is composed to ensure that the most basic, innate character of the ingredients persists.

A fundamental respect of the distinctiveness, which is naturally occurring, is observed with each act of slicing, shaving, and sprinkling. The food is prepared quickly, and plated for guests as soon as ready to preserve the idea that each dish is still in a living, being state. In essence, with essence, is essence–Masa is shibui.

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