What is the history of the zabuton?
Zabutons came into wide use during the Edo Period in Japan. They are cushioned mats that are knelt on or used in conjunction with a zafu – meaning sewn-seat or reedmace (type of fiber) seat – for extended periods of Zen Buddhist seated meditation, known as Zazen. Drawing from the traditional zafu and zabuton, incorporating modern materials and construction we have created cushions and mats that provide unparalleled comfort and support for your meditation practice.
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