The site faces the main street of the busy shopping quarter of the Osaka City. The existing outer wall is covered with glass and the fittings of the shoji are newly installed. Movable [ of these fittings ] is carried out to right and left up and down, and they adjust internal lighting with time and a season. This releases the refined interior space in the daytime, and directs at night the space for the meal which intercepted the scenery of the indecent forest of neon and settled down. Guests' joyful shade projected on the shoji charms pedestrians' interest. The place of quiet relaxation is directed in the town of semi-Western night by using a traditional material called a bamboo, a lattice, and Japanese paper.