The originality of the beer tap handles is achieved by slicing off four sides of a cherry blossom branch to create an octagonal shape. The irregularity in length and color of the wooden handles adds to the unique character of the bar.
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The main room features the regained outdated ceiling and the setting of a tension between gross side walls in stone and a pristine white wall in the middle of which a yellow alcove faces zelliges used for the midway panel of the bar, from which emerge the ten draft beer taps presented to the patrons on a monolithic white Corian countertop.
The gray concrete is a background for the huge network of exposed red pipes that run through the walls and ceiling pretending to be a water safety system. This network of pipes in addition to fulfilling their ornamental function, as a support for lighting, also distribute beer lines to different bars.