“From the evolution of bedding
to the evolution of records.”

airweave supports athletes’ condition adjustments and supports them to improve their individual best records through bedding.

  • nights sleep until the
    Olympic Games Tokyo 2020
  • nights sleep until the
    Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games

NEWS

History

airweave initiatives

Provision of products to athletes
  • 2007

    Introduction to the Japan Institute of Sports Sciences

    Provide airweave for 40 of the 80 beds at the National Sports Science Center (JISS).

  • 2008

    Provide the first 70 portable mattresses for the athletes (Aquatics and Athletics) who joined Olympic Games Beijing 2008.

  • 2010

    70 portable mattress pads for the athletes (Skating and Skiing)
    who joined Olympic Winter Games Vancouver 2010.

  • 2012

    Cooperation with the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology’s “Team Japan Multi-Support Business” conditioning department.Develop a special airweave and supply it to about 150 athletes.

Provision of products
to the Japan Olympic and Paralympic teams
  • 2013

    Signed JOC Official Partner Agreement in January 2013.

  • 2014

    Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games Sochi 2014.

    Fittings were performed, and four types with different hardnesses and specifications according to individual body shape were prepared. 120 units for Japan Olympic team.

    Portable

    Portable

    Pillow

    Pillow

  • 2016

    Become a Tokyo 2020 Official Partner in the category
    (Beds and Bedding) April 27, 2016

    Olympic and Paralympic Games Rio 2016.

    Mattress pads suitable for individual body types are provided in six types of hardness by doing individual athlete fittings. Product lineup also greatly expanded. Provision of products to approximately 700 athletes for Japan Olympic and Paralympic Team.

    Olympic and Paralympic Games Rio 2016 Portable

    Portable

    Olympic and Paralympic Games Rio 2016 Pillow

    Pillow

    Olympic and Paralympic Games Rio 2016 “The”

    “The” Cushion

  • 2018

    Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018

    Mattress pads suitable for individual body types are provided in six types of hardness by doing individual athlete fittings. Product lineup also greatly expandedProvision of products to approximately 250 athletes for Japan Olympic and Paralympic Team.

    Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018 Portable

    Portable

    Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018 Pillow

    Pillow

    Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018 Hyper down

    Hyper down

    Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018 Hyper down mini

    Hyper down mini


Bedding for Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020 Athletes Village

Athelete

Athletes who challenge the world

  • Tennis   Kei Nishikori
    Tennis Kei Nishikori

    He began playing tennis at the age of five and won the All-Japan Selected Junior Tennis Championship in May 2001. In the same year, he won the All-Japan Elementary School Tennis Championship in July and the All Japan Junior Tennis Championship (Under 12) in August, becoming only the fifth player ever to win these three championships. In 2015, he became 4th ranked in the world, his highest ranking so far. At the Olympic Games Rio 2016, he won a bronze medal in Tennis Men Singles. He is a top player who is gaining expectations and attention from all over the world.Nishikori has been using airweave since 2009. Whether at home or on the road, he has ideal sleeping conditions with airweave mattress pads.

  • Table Tennis   Kasumi Ishikawa
    Table Tennis Kasumi Ishikawa

    Both her parents were competitive table tennis players and she started playing in the first grade of elementary school. In domestic competitions, she was the first to win the All Japan Table Tennis Championships Female Junior Division four years in a row, and she won the inter-high school competition three consecutive years. She was runner-up in the 2016 World Championship team match, won the bronze medal in Table Tennis Women Team with Olympic Games Rio 2016, and was the first in 48 years for Japan to win the gold medal in the mixed doubles of the 2017 World Championship.Ishikawa has been using airweave since 2012. Even after daily practice, she rests on an airweave.

  • Gymnastics Kohei Uchimura
    Gymnastics Kohei Uchimura

    Competed in three Olympic Games (Beijing 2008, London 2012, Rio de Janeiro 2016) and won seven medals (three gold, four silver) including two consecutive individual all-around titles. At the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, he will focus on the horizontal bar event, aiming for his third consecutive gold medal.In response to requests for a sleep environment as close to that of the actual event, we have developed beddings serving the same functions as the one provided to the Athletes Village for the Tokyo 2020 Games."airweave mattress 2020" is being used.
    *The specifications are different from those of the products provided to the Athletes Village.

  • Judo Hifumi Abe
    Judo Hifumi Abe

    Began practicing Judo at age 6 and in 2014, he became the youngest ever Grand Slam champion at 17 years and 118 days. In December of 2020, he became the first in All Japan Judo Federation to qualify for the national team competing in TOKYO 2020 by winning one match.In order to maintain body condition and to perform at his best, he uses airweave’s mattress S04.

  • Judo Uta Abe
    Judo Uta Abe

    She began practicing Judo at age 5 following her brother Hifumi. In 2018, she was crowned champion at her first world tournament, claiming gold and silver as a brother and sister duo.She is famous for taking points by throwing her opponents viciously.Uta says that sleep is not only important for the recovery of fatigue, but also necessary to reset the mind and body.In order to improve the quality of sleep, she utilises airweave mattress S04.

  • Wheelchair Tennis   Yui Kamiji
    Wheelchair Tennis Yui Kamiji

    Japanese professional wheelchair tennis player. She began playing wheelchair tennis at the age of 11 and participated in the London 2012 Paralympic Games in her third year of high school. In 2014, she won the French Open and the US Open and, in May of that year, took first place in the world rankings. She was part of only the third team to achieve the annual grand slam in women’s wheelchair tennis doubles, which was recognized as a Guinness World Record for the “youngest annual grand slam record in women’s wheelchair tennis”.Kamiji has been using airweave since 2016. We support her conditioning with airweave for home use, and cushions that were developed jointly through numerous fittings.

  • Judo Japan National Athletes
    Judo Japan National Athletes

    Japan’s National Judo athlete is expected to win medals in each category at Olympic Games Tokyo 2020.
    We began providing airweave mattress pads from 2016. In 2019, we did fittings to provide mattresses that match the body shape of each player, each with different firmness and specifications. At the same time, sleep guidance and counseling by sleep specialists is provided for total support of each athlete’s sleep through bedding.

  • Triathlon Japan National Athletes
    Triathlon Japan National Athletes

    Triathlon athletes take on tough competition in which the three sports of swimming, road cycling, and distance running are performed consecutively.
    In 2017, airweave introduced the “airweave S-LINE”, “Pillow S-LINE”, and “Za Cushion” to the triathlon training base in Miyazaki Prefecture to provide a comfortable sleeping environment for triathlon athletes aiming to take on the world. At the same time, since 2018, we have been providing total support for athletes' sleep through bedding by conducting joint research that examines the relationship between sleep environment and sleep quality.

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