Nowadays, there are many rooms with wooden floors and carpets.
Keko feels at ease in a Japanese-style room with tatami mats, sliding doors, and shoji screens.
View the garden from the tatami room, sit on the porch and drink tea,
I can't tell you how nostalgic it feels like I came to grandma's house.
You can see the courtyard from the tatami room in the main store.
That said, it's a space that you can't usually see.
I would like to introduce a little bit about the courtyard.
The lantern on the left side of the courtyard is called Nuresagi Lantern, and conveys the image of a heron standing in the drizzle.
Also, the long and narrow stone on the side is an image of a ship floating on the Uji River.
On the wall of the detached room, there is something called "Dream".
Made from old materials from the Uji Bridge, it is designed to evoke the scenery of the Uji River overlooking the Uji Bridge.
The tsukubai in the courtyard is a suikinkutsu,
By making the sound of water droplets resonate in the jar buried in the ground, the sound of water echoes and plays a sound that calms you down.
A porch with a view of the garden is rare these days.
I would like to cherish this kind of scene where time flows slowly.