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Kobe Futon

Kobe Futon

  • Our firm natural mattress
  • Natural & organic materials only
  • Hypoallergenic & chemical free
  • Sustainable & Planet friendly 
  • Handmade in Poland
Regular price €1.436,00 EUR
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White Cotton
Natural Flax


All our products are hand crafted. We ship in 7-14 days usually.

Care guide

So, what makes a futon so special? Well, for starters, it's a natural mattress that's free from springs and unnecessary artificial additives. It's like sleeping on a cloud made of pure goodness. And here's the best part: futons don't just conform to your body, they give your spine the support it needs from head to toe. It's like having a personal chiropractor while you sleep!

But wait, there's more! Futons are temperature-regulating wizards. During those hot summer nights, the cotton in your futon allows just the right amount of fresh air to reach your skin.

During the day, your futon loves to bask in the breeze. Its breathable structure and reversible design make it a pro at airing out. Just imagine your futon, lounging in the sun, catching some rays, and enjoying the fresh air. It's like a mini vacation for your mattress!

To ensure that your futon mattress lasts for years to come, it's important to follow proper care and maintenance guidelines. Here are some tips on how to care for your futon mattress:

1. Keep it uncovered

Whenever possible, leave your futon mattress uncovered. This promotes proper ventilation and helps prevent the growth of dust mites. The same applies to the bottom of the mattress - it needs to breathe, so avoid placing your futon on non-breathable surfaces like plastic or vinyl.

2. Rotate it regularly

It's recommended to rotate your futon mattress every three to four weeks. This helps prevent the cotton from compacting and allows for better airflow within the mattress. Simply flip it over and rotate it in all directions to maintain its shape and properties.

3. Roll it up

Since futon mattresses are made from natural materials, they can become compressed over time. Rolling your mattress in all directions helps restore its original shape and properties. This can be done every few months to keep your futon in optimal condition.

4. Handle with care

Futon mattresses are not water-friendly. Due to their cotton fiber composition, it's important to avoid exposing them to water or any liquid spills. In case of accidental spills, gently blot the affected area with a clean, dry cloth to absorb the moisture. Avoid rubbing or scrubbing, as this can damage the fibers.

By following these simple care instructions, you can prolong the lifespan of your futon mattress and enjoy its comfort and sustainability for years to come. If you have any further questions or need assistance, feel free to contact our customer support team. Rest easy with hyggerest!


Futon is your go-to for a comfortable and customized night's sleep. Produced on demand, it's shipped directly to your door and is designed to fit perfectly after a few days of settling in. Experience luxury with this tailor-made futon, designed to provide a restful sleep.



Technical details

Firmness: firm (10)

Height: about 18 cm

Inside: layers of: 1x wool, 1cm hemp, latex 4cm, coconut 3cm, latex 4cm, hemp 1cm, 1x wool

To use: on bad

Care: just rotate, fluff, vacuum, and air regularly

Maintanance: flip the futon every 2-3 weeks


use with a slatted bed base or instead put on Tatami mat. Don't place on the floor directly.


80×200: 15,5 kg

90×200: 17,5 kg

100×200: 19,5 kg

120×200: 23,5 kg

140×200: 27,5 kg

160×200: 31 kg

180×200: 35 kg

200×200: 39 kg

  • Organic
  • Planet friendly
  • Handmade
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Kobe Futon

The Kobe Futon offers the perfect mix of firmness and flexibility to keep your spine comfortable. Its layers of latex and cotton deliver a supportive feel and high elasticity, while hemp board ensures lasting durability. On top of that, the wool layer helps trapping in warmth for a cozy rest. Get ready to enjoy a restful sleep all night long!

  • Wool

    Wool is known for its hygienic properties, elasticity, and durability. Its primary advantage is the thermal comfort it provides, as wool has insulating properties that help keep you warm.
    Wool mattresses are made from clean and carded sheep's wool.

  • Natural Latex

    Natural latex is a popular material used in the construction of futon mattresses. Latex is a natural substance derived from the sap of rubber trees, and when used in futons, it offers several benefits:

    Comfort: Natural latex provides excellent support and comfort.
    Durability: Natural latex is known for its durability. It can withstand many years of use without losing its shape or support, making it a long-lasting choice for a futon mattress.
    Hypoallergenic: Natural latex is hypoallergenic and resistant to dust mites and other allergens. This can be beneficial for individuals with allergies or sensitivities.
    Eco-Friendly: Natural latex is a sustainable and renewable resource, as it is harvested from rubber trees without harming the trees themselves.
    Breathability: Latex has an open-cell structure that allows for good airflow, helping regulate temperature and preventing the buildup of heat and moisture.

  • Coir (coconut coir)

    Coir is appreciated for its durability, natural origin, and eco-friendliness. It's a popular choice for those seeking sustainable and organic bedding options. When used in futons, coir can add firmness and support, making it suitable for individuals who prefer a firmer sleeping surface.

Natural materials

Our futon mattresses are crafted exclusively from organic and natural materials, embodying our dedication to environmental friendliness from the outset.

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Your back will appreciate it

Discover how futon mattress firmness can affect the health of your spine. Learn effective strategies for determining the ideal level of firmness that best suits your personal preferences.

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