Okawa City in Fukuoka prefecture is known as one of Japan’s furniture capitals. The city is even home to Okawa Kagu, a consortium of over a dozen artisans that are steeped in the craft of furniture, tatami and lattice making. Using their exact same skill set that goes into any piece of furniture, Okawa Kagu has produced a line a high quality, miniature furniture for cats.

One problem that cat furniture has always had was that it was ugly; cheaply produced eyesores that made you want to cover them up. But Okawa Kagu’s cat furniture is produced with the same caliber that goes into any other piece.

In fact, they’re really just miniature versions of actual pieces the furniture makers have designed. The cat sofa was designed and produced by Hiromatsu Furniture (who we’ve written about in the past). The cat bed was designed and produced by Tateno Mokuzai. If you’re interested in any of these pieces you can contact the respective furniture companies directly via their website.

a side-by-side comparison of the original sofa and cat sofa, both produced in a “Santa Fe” style using pine sourced from the rocky mountains