Difference from Other Products
Made in China
Made in Japan
Made in Japan↑/China↓
Motoyama's Oversea's Achievement
- Export new tatami for Urasenke Tea house at Palos Verdes, Los Angeles, California US (2009)
- Tatami repair for the Urasenke Tea house in Boston US (2009)
- Tatami repair for the Urasenke Tea house “Senyuan” in Orange, California US. (2009)
- Export new tatami for Urasenke Tea house in Stockholm, Sweden. (2009)
- Tatami repair at Children Museum in Boston US. (2008)This House was a gift to the City of Boston from the City of Kyotoon the 20th Anniversary of their Sister Cities Relationship in 1979.
- Tatami repair for the Tea house “Ipaku Tei” in Embassy of Japan in Washington D.C. (2008)
- Export and instration of new tatami to The Globus Family and Film in New York City (2008)
- Tatami repair for the Tea house in Rockefeller private residence in US (2007)
- Exhibit tatami product to The Handicrafts Trade Fair 71th Edition, Florence Italy.
- Replacement of all tatami mats for the California Disneyland resort direct management restaurant "Yamabuki" (2006)
- Tatami mats repair at Children Museum in Boston.
- Exported tatami mats to Dyson head office in England
- Exported Color tatami mats for Urasenke tea ceremony in Rome.
- Presentation of tatami on the NHK International satellite broadcasting program.
- Exhibit tatami products to The International Gift Fair in the summer and winter in New York (2005)
- Provided tatami for the 50th anniversary enterprise of an Urasenke tankokai North America convention in LA (2004)
- Demonstrated how to make tatami at Cambridge University, London, England for the Embassy of Japan at the UK government sponsored cultural event (2003)
- Exhibit tatami products to Japan Expo in LA (2002)
- Exported and installed new tatami for Children Museum in Boston.
- Repaired tatami mats for the Tea house in Boston Harvard university.
- Repaired tatami mats for Tea house in the Art Complex Museum at Duxbury US. (2001)
- Toray Industries and joint exhibition for the trade fair of a flooring material in Las Vegas, US (2000)
- Made and installed tatami in the California Disneyland resort direct management restaurant "Yamabuki".