This shop is located at a block off the busy Osaka streets. With a refined looking curtain hung at the entrance, there is a white counter made from a ginkgo tree and an inner garden with a black ink painted on the wall, which shows many different faces. This inner garden is actually located outside the restaurant therefore people can enjoy a scenery depending on the weather on each day. A big vase was produced by a famous pottery maker, Mr. Koichi Uchida. The wood structural column was left exposed on purpose, not hidden by the wall, and when coming in from the entrance toward the counter and table area, consecutive changing scenes of the shop can be enjoyed. RAKUSHIN consists of RAKU (pleasure in Japanese) and SHIN ( heart in Japanese) = feel the pleasure in your heart, hoping the customer will enjoy ever changing scenes as well as ever evolving tastes.