Plans for a small bar for gay men that quietly opened in a small building in Shinjuku's Ni-Chome district. The shape of the bar counter is a combination of triangles instead of a rectangle so that this side of the counter and that side of the counter have a "non-parallel relationship. This makes each seat unique, with each table occupying a different area and at a different distance from an angle of contact with the waitstaff. Each time you sit at a different seat at the counter, you get a different experience. In addition to the counter seating, the restaurant offers a variety of seating options, including a small floor seating area where customers can stretch out their legs and semi-closed VIP seating where the entire room is furnished with sofas.
|LOCATION||Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan|
|TOTAL FLOOR AREA||27㎡(inside)+12.7㎡(terrace)|
|PHOTO||Ioto Yamaguchi (※SangoDesign)|