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Japanese Accent Pillow


Japanese accent pillow OJAMI is handcrafted by skilled artisans in the heart of Kyoto, the ancient capital in Japan. The unique shape is inspired by the ancient Japanese beanbag toy called ‘tedama’, or ‘ojami’ in Kyoto dialect. Each string of the pillow is meticulously hand woven with the “Nishijin Ori” style, a time-honored fabric weaving technique used for the Obi (waist sash) of the Kimono (Japanese traditional garment) by master craftsmen in Kyoto. The Nishijin weave is respected for its rich and luxurious textural luster. Five distinct designs are available. Pillow covering is non-removable.

This is custom order item.
Please be advised that our custom orders are exempt from our return policy.

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Made of

100% Silk


70% cotton and 30% polyester with polyurethane foam


17” dia x 6”h

Care & Use
  • Due to handcrafted product, the size, form, weight, and firmness may slightly differ.
  • Do not put in laundry machine. Please use professional service for thorough cleaning.
  • Small stains may be cleaned by lightly rubbing with wet cloth.
  • Please store at a location with good ventilation.
  • Shifting of filler may occur depending on the frequency of use and weight of the user.
  • Crackling from static electricity may occur when rubbed against clothing and other textiles, causing fiber loosen on pillow surface.
  • The pillow is usable front or back side, interchangeably.

Lead Time
Usually, 2-3 weeks for the fabrication. This is custom order item, once your order is confirmed; we cannot accept cancellation or return. Please allow us 3-4 weeks to ship your items from the date of order confirmed.

Please be aware that there may be slight variations of color due to different settings of individual monitors and photographic methods.