茶ぶ台 Chabudai (Japanese dining tables ) 

Chabu-dai were common and standard dining furniture for Japanese homes from around the turn of the century to about the late 60s.  They were the precursors to the ubiquitous kotatsu, low tables with a heating element under it, now found in most modern Japanese homes. 

Chabu-dais have folding legs which allow the tables to be folded up and stored away, leaving the tatami room recently used as a dining room empty for a different role and function.

Price: $1,500 CDN




Price: available April 2014



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