This is a 6 tatami -mat tearoom with a brazier in the center of the floor traditionally filled with charcoal for heating water. Walls are surfaced with Japanese mud plaster. Sliding wooden framed doors, covered with rice-paper (fusuma), enclose entrances and a storage closet. A hook in the ceiling is for a rope-and-pole assemblage which holds a kettle over the brazier. The ceiling is divided into three sections with three different patterns including thin slats of red cedar woven together (ajiro), alternating red and white cedar tiles (go-tenjo), red cedar paneling held by bamboo poles that are twined together (kakekomi-tenjo). The tearoom has an alcove (tokonoma), a space traditionally set aside in honor of the kami or Shinto gods that usually houses art objects and flower arrangements. The alcove floor is made of cherry, and a small window (shitaji-mado) is latticed thin bamboo. On the left side of the alcove is a round cedar post (tokobashira), important to tearoom architecture. A shoji sliding screen, which opens to the outside garden, can be partially raised to bring more light into the room.