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Reddit mentions of D&D Futon Furniture Cotton/Foam/Fiber Traditional Japanese/Thai Floor Rolling Futon Mattresses, Yoga Meditation Mats, 30Wx80L Black

Sentiment score: 16
Reddit mentions: 33

We found 33 Reddit mentions of D&D Futon Furniture Cotton/Foam/Fiber Traditional Japanese/Thai Floor Rolling Futon Mattresses, Yoga Meditation Mats, 30Wx80L Black. Here are the top ones.

D&D Futon Furniture Cotton/Foam/Fiber Traditional Japanese/Thai Floor Rolling Futon Mattresses, Yoga Meditation Mats, 30Wx80L Black
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  • Brand new floor futon mattress, made in USA. Fabric material: 100% polyester. The cover is not allowed to be removed for washing.
  • Color Black. Single bed size 3" thick x 30" wide x 80" long. Approx weight of 13 pounds.
  • Mattress filled with 90% white cotton batting, 5% polyester fiber batting and resilient foam.
  • Cleaning instructions: We always recommend using any mattress cover sheet to put all over the mattress for protecting, spot cleaned only, then airing under the sunny day, or putting closed to the opened windows for airing and drying.
  • Meets flame retardant requirements by laws. We ship the mattress in a smaller shipping box to lower the shipping rate. After opening the package, mattress is corrugated, the size is maybe slightly shorter in width and length. Original size will be regained after stretching and pulling out 2 ends longer.
Height3 Inches
Length80 Inches
Number of items1
Size80 x 30 x 3 (inches)
Weight15 Pounds
Width30 Inches

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Found 33 comments on D&D Futon Furniture Cotton/Foam/Fiber Traditional Japanese/Thai Floor Rolling Futon Mattresses, Yoga Meditation Mats, 30Wx80L Black:

u/CaptainRetention · 20 pointsr/minimalism

I used one if these for a year. Really comfy, and because it rolls up it’s perfect for a small room.

u/otarono · 7 pointsr/Showerthoughts

We have a japanese futon. They're super inexpensive, comfortable, and they roll up to give you more floor space.

I've been sleeping on one for about 1 and a half years now and I never want to go back to a regular mattress, my back isnt in pain when i wake up anymore lol. We own like three of the queen size ones for different rooms.

u/yam_plan · 6 pointsr/simpleliving

I used one of these for about a year:


Pretty firm if it's directly on the floor, but comfy and really easy to roll up and move.

u/cicicatastrophe · 5 pointsr/lifehacks

The Japanese don't even use beds, but instead a bed roll. You could create this for less with some blankets, towels, or even a foam mattress topper.

u/Michlerish · 5 pointsr/BuyItForLife

If that's the case, I would suggest any of these (in Asia it's commonplace to sleep on the floor, so I would look around for asian style beds):

Tri-fold foam bed from Amazon

Japanese style floor futon mattress from Amazon

Korean "yo" floor mattress from Gmarket

u/tummybox · 4 pointsr/InteriorDesign

I think this studio is kind of cute/cozy! If you can change the bed for a futon, that's a bed and couch in one.

Is there enough room to put the big table where the small table is in the pictures? You might be able to fit a couch where the big table is, and put the small table in front of that? Or get rid of the small table all together and get some shelving instead... with perhaps a love seat?

If you want to go Japanese style, you could get rid of the bed, and get a roll-up bed, that would give you more floor space.

u/Mr_804 · 4 pointsr/minimalism

Why even bother with furniture?

...but seriously, traditional japanese futons can save you space when you arent sleeping. Anything that folds up an away is pretty nice.

u/That70sShowDude · 4 pointsr/minimalism

I'll post the link below. I got my current bed in 2014 and I think it's a little too soft. Sometimes I had some mild back pains and I randomly found myself tossing and turning a lot. Then I tried various floor sleeping set ups but they were all too hard on my pressure points. This futon feels like the perfect medium. Day #2 I naturally slept in longer than I have in months. So far I've only rolled it up and hit it for maintenance but it has maintained 100% of the shape so far.


u/WupTeDo · 3 pointsr/Buddhism

I moved to sleeping on a small Japanese futon here

I get that one reason for this is probably because high soft beds were an unnecessary luxary especially at that time in history. But additionally I am convinced that 99% of Western beds are too soft and damage the spine. Sleeping on a futon like this takes some getting used to but overall it leads to a lot less tossing and turning and a more efficient sleep because of it.

u/knitrat · 3 pointsr/minimalism

Japanese/Korean ones tend to be thinner and more easily folded. North American ones are thick because people here are used to a thick mattress and so are pretty difficult to fold. Or as people have said, you can force a N Amer one into a fold but it leaves a crease.
examples: https://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/B003VQNM2I/metafilter-20/ref=nosim/

u/Socific · 3 pointsr/onebag

Hammock is awesome. A decent one will probably run you $30.

If you have $150 to spare, grab one of these. I had this for 8 months+ and still own it, it's comfy and supportive.



If you're cheap, get a second sleeping bag from a thrift shop and stuff it with eggcrate foam. I slept on one of those for a few months and it was not bad.

u/delta-TL · 3 pointsr/Guelph

Like this? or this?

u/long_poop_joke · 3 pointsr/BurningMan

We are using these Japanese style roll-out futon cushions this year. I have these at home for guests. Air mattresses on playa have always been leaky for me with the big temperature fluctuations. These are very comfortable--although not bouncy if that's something you're after. In future years if I decide to go fancier I will add memory foam mattress toppers but seriously, this thing with regular bedsheets and a couple fluffy blankets and pillows is like a cozy pillow pit. Totally low maintenance if you have the space in your truck (FYI, the twin size rolls up about the size of one of those big flannel sleeping bags from summer camp, maybe 2 times the size of a deflated air mattress).

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/minimalism

I recently switched to a japanese style futon (this one) and have been enjoying it so far, although I've been kind of lazy about rolling it up during the day. I've slept on futons for extended periods of time before, though, but this one is both thinner and more comfortable than my old one (which was older than me and very, very lumpy).

My main complaint and the reason I have a convertible futon couch/bed (in my living room, as the couch) is that you can't really fit two people on them. Since I'm single now, it's less of a problem, but my (now ex) girlfriend couldn't really stay over when I was dating her (so we spent a lot of time at her house) until I had a two-person sleeper.

u/ductyl · 2 pointsr/TinyHouses

Well, Amazon has these Japanese floor futons that seem to get really good reviews, although they're more "rollable" than "foldable", they also have this folding mattress.

u/shamansun · 2 pointsr/malelivingspace

I actually slept on this for over a year, last year, before getting married. It was great. Definitely takes some time to get used to though. After a few days your whole body starts to crave a traditional mattress, but it adapts.

I'm not sure if this is actually a traditional futon though. Anyway, it was great, and I could roll it up when I needed more space.

u/zippityflip · 2 pointsr/StartMoving

I sleep on one of these. I got used to it within the first 3-4 days. During those first 3-4 days, I did feel things popping and relaxing within my neck and shoulders, but I don't think my baseline pain level now, after a year of sleeping on the mattress, is that different from what it was a year ago. I almost think that the popping you experience at first is just your body experimenting with where it wants to hold tension as you're sleeping. I say this with the caveat, though, that your mileage may vary. I've never had a huge problem with back pain, so maybe there just wasn't enough of a difference for me to notice.

I do agree with the article writer that it makes the bare floor more inviting and comfy, which can be handy when travelling or crashing at someone else's place. I have no issue sleeping on a carpeted floor at this point.

(In my case, the real advantage of the roll-up mattress is that I live in a 220 sq ft apartment; being able to roll up my bed and store it in the closet is aces.)

u/tallriktallrik · 2 pointsr/BuyItForLife

I've been sleeping on this mat from Amazon since I moved into my new place 4 months ago and haven't bothered getting a 'real' bed. I'm actually planning on getting the same one in the full size! This one's just a single padded cushion that you can fold up. It's about 4 inches thick. I have it on a hardwood floor with a yoga mat underneath so it doesn't slide around.

I believe most people add additional pads to it, but I think it's perfectly comfortable on it's own. I like firm-ish mattresses, and it's a lot more comfortable than I had expected. Even when I first got it, I didn't have any trouble falling asleep on it. It took a few nights to get used to, but after that I've never had any back pain. I've read that using futon mattresses are much better for your back, too.

Regular mattresses feel almost too cushion-y for me now... I'm in love with my futon. I especially enjoy the fact that I can fold it up and take it anywhere without needing someone with a truck to move it for me.

u/Fried_Catfishies · 1 pointr/bodyweightfitness

I have this bed roll that I use when I'm crashing on a friend's floor or car camping -- when it's rolled up, it works nicely as a floor cushion

u/Catnip323 · 1 pointr/BurningMan

I'm single, but let me tell you about my Heaven Bed. You might not find a more comfy option. I bought a shikifuton from Amazon and repurposed a 3" full size memory foam pad. The shikifuton is only wide enough for one person, so you would need to get 2 (it saves space over air mattresses). The luxurious part is taking the cheaper 3" memory foam, using a box cutter to slice it in half, double stack it... now you have a perfectly fitted 6" of memory foam.

It's more comfortable than my bed and is worth the price. The foam can be squished down to very little.


u/Kowzorz · 1 pointr/vandwellers

> Might need a thinner and/or lighter futon mattress. Anyone have any ideas?

I bought https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003VQNM2I/ref=od_aui_detailpages00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 as my in-house sleeping surface and it's wonderful. Dunno if they make double bed sizes, but for a single person it's great.

u/KariChop · 1 pointr/Frugal

This is it.

There are more reviews on the smaller one here.

u/esquqred · 1 pointr/minimalism

So this is the one I currently have


I've had back problems before and initially bought it for that reason, but now I have a hard time falling asleep on a traditional western bed. I'm a stomach and side sleeper. I think if you were a back sleeper the transition would be a lot easier. But I also learned that sleeping with another pillow for back support depending on your sleeping style was important too.


I've had no problems with my back since switching and can honestly say I'll never go back. (no pun intended) IMO, pay the shipping and invest in the shikibuton. It's the best purchase decision I've made in a long time.

u/Yarnie2015 · 1 pointr/Mattress

I recommend checking out the Japanese shikibutons. I had one for about a year and it worked out great for my small bedroom. There are models that can fold up into a couch when coupled with a special frame. There are ones you have to roll up every day to keep it from flattening too much.

I used a fake bamboo picnic mat to keep the bottom of the buton clean. It ran me about $80 US but well worth the money. I recommend, if say you buy a twin size, to buy the next size up for the fitted sheet. It will help keep the sheet from undoing itself.

I hope this helps! https://www.amazon.com/Futon-Furniture-Traditional-Japanese-Mattresses/dp/B003VQNM2I/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1505107924&sr=8-2&keywords=shikibuton

u/ERASERHEAD666 · 1 pointr/personalfinance

Beans, rice, and veggies will keep you healthy for very cheap. I suggest frozen veggies for convenience.

You don't need a bed, I've slept on one of these japanese futons for about a year and a half and I love it, feels way better for my back than a normal bed. If it feels too thin, you can put a yoga mat under it for like $10-15.

If you have a traditional phone plan (t-mobile, att&t, verizon) it's probably a good idea to look into changing that (depends when your 2 year lease is up). Look into MVNO's. I pay $20/mo on Ultra Mobile with a $50 smartphone I found on SlickDeals.

Check on Craigslist for furniture and shit. There are often lots of desks for free that you just need to move. You can find someone with a van to move stuff on CL for cheap as well.

I'm glad I was broke because now that I'm earning like $50,000 a year, I can spend a lot of that feeding poor people and shit instead of buying shit that doesn't make me happy and contributes to the destruction of the planet.

u/arbivark · 1 pointr/TinyHouses

make your own? another option is a .. i was going to say tatami but that's not it. a thin rollable futon that you put away during the day.
http://www.amazon.com/Traditional-Japanese-Futon-Mattresses-Meditaion/dp/B003VQNM2I/ref=sr_1_1?s=home-garden&ie=UTF8&qid=1416581804&sr=1-1 $75 + shipping

yeah these ones are expensive. http://www.wallbedsbywilding.com/murphy-beds.php?

cheaper kits http://www.wallbed.com/ still $300+

u/Countenance · 1 pointr/minimalism

I slept on one of these for a few months and loved it. I slept with it on a carpeted floor, and I made a point of rolling it up every morning and airing it out every weekend and had no problems with moisture or mold.

I've also just tossed that shikibuton on top of camping cots and found it totally comfortable. That would give you plenty of air under it.

Unfortunately, my husband is pretty insistent on a larger bed and insisted on a regular mattress as well.

u/tehzephyrsong · 1 pointr/Frugal

My boyfriend and I are moving into our first apartment soon, and we had this exact dilemma. First of all, never buy a used mattress. It is never worth it. You spend a third of your life sleeping, why would you want to spend that time marinating in someone else's dead skin, sweat, oils, and possibly sexual fluids? It is the nature of how mattresses are made, whether spring or foam, that they are more or less impossible to truly clean. So, new mattress. Buy the rest of the bed used if you want--frame, box spring, headboard, whatever the hell you want. But the mattress is something you want to spend money on.

The solution my bf and I found was a Japanese-style futon. We ordered the queen-size, which is twice the width of the one I just linked. Cheaper than any mattress of any size (our original plan was to get two twin-XL mattresses and stick them together to make a king), and you don't need the accoutrements like a frame or box spring. All you need is a (clean) floor, and you can even roll the bed up and put it away during the day to give yourself more room to do other things.

u/wupdup · 1 pointr/malelivingspace

Craigslist is your friend for couches. I got a $3k (new) leather couch in good condition for $200 that way. That was one of many choices at the time, for no more than $400. It's long and comfortable to sleep on and I could probably sell it for $200 when I move. Add another ~$100 for a nice Japanese futon and you've got beds for 2 guests.

u/AHemlockslie · 1 pointr/CasualConversation


I had one of these for a while, and I like it a lot. My floor is bare concrete, though, so I have to layer it up with a few thicker blankets. Would probably also work to get two if you were in the same situation. It's a firmer, more rigid mattress. I like the rigidity of it. You don't sink into it at all, so you end up laying very flat. That was a big improvmeent over my last mattress, which was wearing out and getting a dip in the middle. I wouldn't mind it being softer, but that often comes at the expense of losing the rigidity, so there's a trade off, and I'm pretty content with it where it is. I also love to take it camping. It's not good enough on its own for concrete, but no dirt and maybe some grass? Perfect. I love it.

They do take a little bit of care, though. You have to pick it up at least a couple times a week to let the under side and the floor under it air out to prevent mold. Folding it up helps stretch and fluff the fibers back out to keep it comfrotable. Some recommend taking it out and beating it occasionally to fluff it and get dead skin cells out, but I haven't done that. You do definitely want to fold it up at least regularly. After a few days, it gets noticeably harder.

However, now that it's thoroughly tested and approved, I'm planning to upgrade to a similar one. http://www.tatamiroom.com/cgi-local/catalog.pl?category=PLATFORM_BEDS-40#30 Here's a place I can get a fairly cheap king size one that's also thicker than the one from Amazon. I'm planning to upgrade the size and build a bed frame for it. Something with slats to let it get some airflow underneath it and help stave off mold. I'd really like to design something multipurpose, especially for if the mattress is folded and stored, but I haven't been able to come up with anything I like yet, so I might go for a simple platform with storage underneath.