It is a westernised version of a Japanese Tea House on the outside, but inside it features a tropical fish tank. Bar and tea making facilities, a fridge, a television and dvd, cd, tape sound system (all concealed). A hand made stand containing samurai swords and lots of japanese ornaments, bonsai tree and hand made lamp.
The two tier roof is made of cedar shingles, the walls and doors are made of frosted perspex to simulate paper. The inside doors are recycled kitchen doors and the rear windows are recycled shower screens. The shed is built overlooking a disused railway cutting which is now a koi carp pond.