Tatami (畳) is one of the most common design elements in traditional Japanese homes along with sliding shoji doors and the tokonoma with hanging scrolls.
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Do you know Geta? Before the Edo period (1603-1868), Japanese people wore traditional wooden clogs known as Geta or Zōri with their yukata or kimono. They are similar to the modern slippers we are familiar with today, except that their structure is slightly different and they are made from different materials.