The restaurant is prepared with private rooms where you can experience living the life of Japanese warlords. At the entrance, three custom-made pieces of armor are displayed. One of Yukimura Sanada, whose many heroic deeds during the Warring States period are still talked about today, another of Masamune Date, an enemy general of Yukimura Sanada at the Battle of Domyoji in 1615, and a third piece of armor of Keiji Maeda, one of the most celebrated Kabukimono, or “wild men” of his time.
One of the most popular rooms of the restaurant is the "Honnoji-temple Jigokuhen" room, which is decorated mimicking the temple, Honnoji, where the warrior, Nobunaga Oda, was forced to commit suicide. The room which creates the atmosphere of a fierce battle and has seating at the counter named after the warrior Nobunaga Oda, as well as two box seats named after Mitsuhide Akechi, who is known to have raised a rebellion against Nobunaga Oda and Ranmaru Mori, who was Nobunaga Oda’s ally. As Oda Nobunaga place of rest, Teramachi-Oike became a famous historic site of the battle between Nobunaga Oda and Mitsuhide Akechi.