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Available in black, blue, pink, beige, or white.
Waist sizes (in inches):
Small 22-28" Medium 28-35" Large 35-41" X-Large 41-45" Price: $280.00
The cushion features 88 soft massage nodes that give stimulating yet gentle surface massage, plus 10 strategically place hard massage nodes for a deeper shiatsu-type muscle massage.
The textured surface of the cushion further stimulates the surface of the body.
Available in blue, red, gray, or brown.
The set package includes: 1 Mag-Power
This innovative product, mad of durable, easy-to-clean vinyl,is designed
to provide relaxing relief from tension, and to circulate air freely to keep
feet dry and comfortable.
Embedded within the pad are 51 massage nodules.
The pad's dimension are 14"*22". Available in blue or pink.
The travel kit incorporates many of the innovations found in the Japan Life SleepPad and Pillow.
The textured surface provides a gentle yet stimulating surface massage, While embedded massage nodules promote sound, healthy sleep. The sleep pad have 160 massage nodules, Pillow Pad have 51 massage nodules. The sleep pad measures 26"*43"; the pillow pad, 14"*22".
Available in blue and pink.
His patience and financial commitment paid off half a decade later. In 1980, Japan Life unveiled the first products of an expanding line of sleep technolog-products that blended the best of the Eastern and the Western worlds. Millennia-old practices of the Orient, sch as shiatsr, were ingeniously woven into the high tech design of Japan Life Sleep Pads and other emerging products, giving ancient wisdom new life in today's fastpaced, high-stress environment.
In 1983, the government of Japan recognized the Foundation's importnce
in the field of life sciences and bestowed upon it the honor of offcial
recognition. Since then, the govermment of Japan has made annual
contributions to its funding.
It is their attitude that makes the difference. Simply stated, our prorict are exceptional because our people wouldn't have it any other way. That means going the extra mile to make each item right in the first place, and then subjecting it to strict post-production inspections. Every quilt, for example, is inspected 20 different times. Double and triple checks are carried out on every process in the manufacturing cycle-from the choice of down quailty and mixing proportions to the size of the needle holes and matching of quilt patterms. Final quality contral checks are carried out at the large Distribution Headquarters.
Only products that pass these serve quality control tests earn the right to carry the Japan Life name. Our people's insistence on producing quality work is supported by our use of the finest Mother Nature can provide.
When all these elements are brought together in an intergrated
system that encompasses everything from reserch to final packaging
for shipment, exceptional quality becomes standard operating
procedure. That is Japan Life's secret to success.
As our bodies age, we experience an assorment of minor aches, pains, and discomfort that we try to relieve. We exercise, take vitamins and drugs, and see doctor, therpists, and chiropractors on an ever-increasing basis. In many instances, 100 percent of the discomfort cannot be relieved, so we learn to live with the pain and fatigue. It becomes a normal part of our existence.
Many times, these small problems, while insignificant in and of themselves, accumulate and cause stress on the body. The first time that we realize something is truly wrong is when we get sick or end up in the hospital.
Mr. Yamaguchi began to wonder why this is so. In an effort to get an answer, he began to do research with people in the medical profession. This led to the theory that, in many instances, the lack of proper rest allowing the body to full recuperate from the fatigue and stress of each day was a contributing factor.
Mr.Yamaguchi asked whether the bed that people slept in could make
a difference in the recuperative process. He reasoned that if people
slept well, the body would be best able to adjust and balance itself.
Mr. Yamaguchi set out to create such a product. The result of that
research and development was the creation of the Japan Life Sleeping