Our interlocking puzzle mats are mostly used as floor covering in many Martial Arts training facilities such as Taekwondo, Karate and Kung-fu. They are made of heavy duty flexible foam material with improved anti-slip and water repellant surface. The ease of setup and transportation are the main advantages of these types of mats. We sell many different models of puzzle mats, some are thinner and more suitable for karate and taekwondo while others are thicker and are used for jujutsu and Judo.

Available colors and thickness

These mats are available in many differents thickness and puzzle shapes:

Each mat is double-sided (red/blue) (black/gray) and (green/yellow) and every order comes complete with border strips.

The 20mm and 25mm are great for Taekwondo and Karaté while the 38mm and 40mm are mostly used for Jujitsu, grappling, MMA and sometimes for small children judo classes.

puzzle mats colors

Technical specifications

More details available soon

Pricing and quotation request

Regular retail price per unit:
• 20mm puzzle mats "single color and reversible": 21.99$
• 25mm reversible puzzle mats various colors: 24.99$
• 40mm reversible puzzle mats "blue/red": 44.99$

We offer special price for buying in large quantity or and for schools and dojos. Ask for a quote with or without shipping.

Tatamis Cleaning And Washing

Daily cleaning – vacuum cleaner or broom

In order to avoid the accumulation of dust, which can eventually stick to the surface of the vinyl, or result in respiratory issues or allergies, we recommend to sweep the tatami-mats every day.

In several dojos, this task is delegated to the students, so they learn discipline. This also strengthens their attachment to the group and the club. Traditionally, cleaning is done after the last class of each day, so as to leave the dojo respectfully and clean for the next people to come train.

cleaning tatami mats

Weekly washing – washing and disinfection

It is recommended to wash the tatami-mats twice a week in order to remove any organic debris and disinfect the surface. More frequent washing might be necessary depending on use.

Firstly, it is recommended to wash the tatami-mats with a mop and soft soap (which does not damage the vinyl) in order to remove any organic debris (e.g. hair, skin, etc.). To avoid accelerating the deterioration of the vinyl, it is crucial to use soft soap that does not leave a film on the surface and that has neutral Ph.

If the soap is not disinfectant, it is recommended to disinfect the surface using a solution having a javel water to water ratio of 1:10. This should kill any bacteria or fungus. Javel water must be used with care, because it can damage the vinyl if used in higher concentrations.

cleaning tatami mats


Even though tatamis mats are covered with vinyl, they are not waterproof. Hence, they should never be damp, and one should never leave any water puddle on them. Any excess water will penetrate into the tatami-mat, thereby damaging the interior. The vinyl may unglue itself from the foam, which weakens the mats greatly. Stagnating water is susceptible of damaging the vinyl. Furthermore, humidity contributes to the development of fungus.

If the mop is too humid, excess water can run between the tatamis mats. This should be avoided; otherwise fungus can grow resulting in odors or even health risks. If excess water reaches the under-mats, it might rotten slowly over time, as the humidity cannot escape easily because of the tatami-mats being on top.

Any soap that is not soft or neutral may contribute to the deterioration and early aging of the vinyl.


It is important to never use:

  • Polishing products, wax, detergents or solvents, as they can harden, damage or rip the vinyl.
  • An electric floor cleaning machine. They can be used on most linoleum, but never on vinyl mats.

  • Yearly cleaning – washing and disinfection

    It is recommended to remove all the tatamis mats twice a year in order to clean the floor or under-mats. Generally, there is an accumulation of dust, so it is usually better to vacuum before washing and disinfecting. It is also a good time to clean the sides of each tatami-mat, which are difficult to clean on a regular basis.

    In many gyms, it is a great opportunity to make members participate to a group activity. In order to make re-assembly easier, we recommend to draw a plan of the tatami layout and number the mats (on the anti-skid side).

    Ground Shipping – Canada, United States & Europe

    Tatami mats are heavy and must be handled with care. We work with several professional freight forwarders to guaranty a fast and efficient delivery across Canada and the United States.

    Furthermore, our European installations allow us to ship across Europe very efficiently and with minimal delay.

    We can also ship to our forwarder’s warehouse, so you can pick up your mats and save on shipping costs.

    Our professional sales team will work to find the best shipping rates for you and meet delivery deadlines.

    Importation and Customs

    Jukado manages the freight forwarder and any importation taxes, duty or documentation required for importation. Our tatami-mats are delivered at your doorstep as if you had purchased from a local supplier.

    Sea Shipping

    Although we ship our tatami-mats across the world, there are delays due to transport by sea. It is best to discuss with our team in order to coordinate your personalized delivery.

    shipping facilities