The world’s best massage chairs all originate from Japan

A luxury recliner is one thing. Provided it is a premium or deluxe model, it generally proves to be quite a comfortable joy ride for all those who are privileged to indulge in its built-in comforts. But is it really good for them? Medical and health research has proved that excessive time spent in a luxury recliner that is abundantly comfortable does no wonders for the human body’s posture and overall health. They say that this is tantamount to living a sedentary or obese life.

But medical researchers and experienced massage therapists cannot argue otherwise on Japanese massage chairs, even if it is defined as the lazy man’s version of a full-body massage. He need not disrobe himself and subject himself to the coarse nudging of an accredited massage therapist. If he was utilizing the skills of a Japanese therapist, he might also be subjecting himself to a little discomfort in order to achieve total relaxation and/or stress relief.

Interesting anecdotes and thorough reviews in spaces such as Japanese provide the sedentary recliner with exciting possibilities. To him, nothing could be more exciting than relaxing in his living room, ideally with his remote and in front of his state of the art big screen entertainment center. Little did he know before approaching sites such as the abovementioned one that his unusual chair comes with a remote as well.

On closer inspection, if he becomes that interested and truly begins to appreciate the need to improve his health, the lazy recliner learns that the world’s most innovative software driven massage chairs all originate from the islands of Japan. Indeed, you would need to go back all the way to the nineteen-fifties to learn how the very first chair was put together.