The pavilion, containing the largest rooms, stands open during the summer months. The dining room features a recessed floor beneath a table designed by the Longstreths and often used for traditional shabu-shabu, cooked in a Chinese copper ”hot pot.
This interior belongs to the Modern Japanese era. Interiors in this era have minimal styling and are usually very spacious. Ancient elements of design are incorporated into the styling of these rooms such as the sliding doors, dining setup and futons.