Upon entering the front entrance of this two story building one will immediately notice just how large and open space the place was. It is technically a single large room with some tables stacked with smaller tables that holds various bottles filled of various colored liquid. Some pots on the east side containing some plants that holds herbs of basil, mint, ginger, cinnamon, ginseng, and rosemary. There are even some plants that is a hybrid such as a mint/basil, mint/rosemary, cinnamon/ginseng, and basil/rosemary. On the west side is the same setup, with the exception of plants as there is various types of flowers. Such as dragonlilies, daisies, lavender, agapanthus, allium roseum, astilbe, tiger lily, and triteleia.
The windows surrounding the room also has pots of other plants such as chamomile, peppermint, and the exact position makes this room almost like a large greenhouse. Humidity in this room is a little heavy, but every now and then a cool mist will shower the area keeping the plants moist and healthy as the sun bathes the room in a golden hue. To the north side is three large bookshelves reaching to the top. Each filled with various glass products and each bottle seems to contain some form of liquid. There are some pottery too, though it is mainly plates, bowls, and cups lined up on the shelves. Near these shelves about five feet in front of them is a long wooden table with a polished orange shine to it. Set with the table is a matched six chairs. On this table is a pair of clear glass cups, and sitting at one of these chairs is Morikawa as he was attending what appears to be a satsuki azalea bonsai with a pair of clippers.
Garbed in just a plain white shirt and a pair of grey slacks as Mori clips off only a tiny piece from the bonsai. Guiding the growth as he was very patient and analyzing which section to cut and which to not cut. Off to the northwest corner is the opening to two sets of stairs. One going up, and the other going down. Scents is mixed with life, as each herb and flower holds a unique scent that soon blends together. Dew drips from the leaves as nectar nestles into the center. Morikawa had the front door propped open with a wedge to allow people in if they so desire, but it was also to keep a draft inside of this room. It can get a bit stuffy in here sometimes, hence some of the windows are opened as well to circulate the air.