Tēburu: The Japanese Tables
- Paulownia Wood Composition
- Handcrafted by Skilled Artisans
According to Japanese history, there were no family meals before the industrial revolution. That's why tables were never used in the first place. People ate on tatami mats. During the Meiji period, people started to import furniture to Japan. Craftsmen in Japan started to make Japanese tables called "chabudai" according to their idea of new furniture. They always valued their culture of sitting on the floor, so they made a table close to the floor to incorporate this dual idea.
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