Best Japanese Throw Pillows 2022

Our Favorite Japanese Cushions for the Couch!

Being fans of all kinds of Japanese Home Decor, we’ve looked over the internet to find some of the fineset Japanese throw pillows, Japanese cushions and oriental pillows around.

There’s a lot out there, so to make navigating things a little easier we’ve divided them into:

Patterned Japanese Throw Pillows and Cushions

Ukiyo-e and Traditional Japanese Throw Pillows and Cushions

Anime, Cute & Pet Japanese Throw Pillows and Cushions (including Ghibli)

Patterned Japanese Throw Pillows and Japanese Cushions

These cusions bring a sense of oriental refiniment to your living room. They can add a striking accent without being overpowering.

Traditional Design & Woodblock Print Japanese Throw Pillows

If you want something that really identifies strongly with Japan these throw pillows will do the job. Including items that feature faous Ukiyo-e woodblock prints. 

You may also be interested in checking out our pages for Japanese Floor Cushions or Zabuton

or looking at our pages on Japanese Tables & Chabudai and the might Kotatsu table.

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Who is behind this site?

I’m Peter Joseph Head. I lived in Japan for four years as a student at Kyoto City University of the Arts doing a Masters Degree, have toured the country six times playing music and speak Japanese (JLPT N1). I’ve written songs in Japanese and have released several albums through Tokyo label Majikick Records.