The Inada Sogno™ has been designed to enhance natural healing and wellness through the healing power of shiatsu massage. Inada massage chairs combine shiatsu master massage movements with state-of-the-art Japanese engineering ingenuity to create the closest facsimile to a professional massage therapist. The result is a massage chair experience that optimally enhances health and well-being while reducing stress.
The Sogno delivers full-body massage, proven to help maximize relief, and remove tension and stiffness. Beginning with a body scan to match the massage to your own individual needs, the Sogno offers optimal enhancement of natural healing and wellness though expertly guided stimulation of pressure points. Moreover, the Sogno massage chair maximizes relaxation by covering more area than any other chair on the market – 1,200 square inches.
The Sogno massage chair is meticulously designed and built to provide greater happiness, health and productivity.
RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT
The Inada Sogno massage chair blends Japanese engineering innovation with age-old shiatsu massage techniques. As the manufacturer of Inada Massage Chairs, Inada dedicates more resources to R&D than any other massage chair company in the world.
Through our proprietary R&D process, Inada has pioneered almost all of the massage chair industry’s advancements, including more than 20 groundbreaking massage chair innovations.
Inada massage chairs blend Eastern medical knowledge with modern technology, ensuring a balance of therapeutic benefits and ultimate stress relief and relaxation. The movements and choreography of each Inada massage chair are based on the actual movements of a shiatsu master and duplicated by a robot designed by engineers in Inada’s R&D department.
Inada massage chairs have an unparalleled ability to “know the body.” Each massage session starts with a body scan to match the massage to the user.
As the undisputed worldwide leader in massage chair technology, Inada has single-handedly contributed almost all the groundbreaking technologies to the massage chair industry. Moreover, Inada has done more research into massage, and won more awards from the industry, than any other massage chair brand in the world.
Every Inada massage chair uses state-of-the-art scanning technology to scan the body of a user, detect specific pressure points, and provide a customized shiatsu massage for one of 106 body types.
Inada massage chairs incorporate a proprietary technology that combines scanners, rollers and air compression systems. In fact, the proprietary Inada Sogno technology was eight years in the making.
In 2010, two of Inada’s new-to-market products were recognized by the Consumer Electronics Association for their engineering innovations: the Doctor’s Choice massage chair and the CUBE stowable massage chair.
In 2009, the Inada Sogno massage chair was recognized for this same prestigious honor.
The award-winning Inada Sogno massage chair was designed by Toshiyuki Kita, who was recognized as a 2009 Pinnacle Award finalist by the American Society of Furniture Designers (ASFD). Kita’s work with the Sogno has redefined the massage chair by blending ancient eastern therapy with modern visual appeal. His world-renowned furniture designs have earned a permanent place in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York, the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris and the Pinakothek der Modarne in Munich.
Here you can watch videos demonstrating the development, movement and benefits of the Inada Sogno (MODEL HCP-10001A) massage chair.
TRANSCENDENTAL RELAXATION: THE INADA SOGNO
Inada’s Sogno™ massage chair is unequaled in its therapeutic benefits and relaxation techniques. The patented technology provides undulating, totally transporting, side-to-side motion. With over 1,200 square inches of body coverage and an auto-adaptive design, the Sogno is a transcendent shiatsu experience like no other. This video provides a brief overview of some of the chairs features and the soothing effect it has on the person cradled within it.
INADA SOGNO MASSAGE CHAIR DEMO AT CES 2010 IN LAS VEGAS