Let's take a quick look at Re-Ment Pose Skeleton Tatami Set ITEM #234606 and see how well it works with Nendoroids.
Inside the box is a green tatami mat, table, plate, 3 sticks of food, sake bottle, sake server, and cup.
Everything opened and set up. Now let's get some guest Nendos to help with the demonstration.
Me: "Thanks for coming by ladies."
Ryuko: "Look at that spread. Time to eat!"
Mako: "Hey, why don't I get to sit on the tatami!?"
Mako: "Yay now I'm at the table!"
Ryuko: "Good for you... (man it's cramped)"
Yeah, this single tatami is a little small for two Nendos and the table.
On the left is the Re-Ment tatami that came with this Pose Skeleton set, while on the right is a larger 1/12 tatami by Pink Tank. 1/12 is usually used for Figma, but let's try it out with Nendo.
Ryuko: "Much better."
The Pink Tank tatamis come 4 mats per set. Push them together and you could easily fit more than 2 Nendos around the table. Pose Skeleton may be the better scale for Nendo, but unfortunately you can't buy more tatami separate from the food/table set, making them more expensive to get a lot of.
For reference I've included Re-Ment's kotatsu ITEM #192862 I didn't realize when I ordered, this kotatsu is like 1/6 scale and way too big for Nendo.
Me: "Alright Ryuko, time to go. Hand over the sake."
Ryuko: *hiccup* "You want this back? Good luck with that..."
Me: Oh great, she's an angry drunk ^^;
The Re-Ment kotatsu does come with these cute sitting pillows that are perfect for Nendo, so the set wasn't a waste.
Re-Ment Pose Skeleton Tatami Set is the perfect scale for Nendos. I wish they sold additional tatami mats separately so I could make a room with them. For now I will use the larger Pink Tank tatami.
Special thanks to Ryuko and Mako :3