This space is sober and simple but with strong ideas and concepts. Without clear intentions and precise instructions none of this would have result in such a magical outcome. The 25m2 space faces a busy street showing the public how small can still be beautiful. Our intention was to give a little magic atmosphere to such tiny space, working the restaurant and providing its clients a comfortable experience with the whole, not only while eating but also when viewing the cooking process. Our purpose was creating an ideal and suitable space for arranging and preparing the fish. The sushiman is the main protagonist, between the entrance and the balcony his art will inspire clients by building a clean relationship in which all the aspects of cooking and the grace of serving are let to be watched. A clear seduction with a simple intention. The space devoted to the preparation of the dishes is a well-organized niche where the contrast of the building materials and games of light and shadow adds that mystical idea we have about the whole cooking sushi process. In a sense we played here with anthropological and cultural rituals. The conceptual approach took also in consideration symbols and how through them we can easily connect with values and aspirations of a different culture. The sushisticks worked perfectly, by keeping the budget low and creating a clear stenographic statement. By repeating the sushisticks for 8,400 times, placing them like a structured cloud, suggest the profile of a Japanese temple. The color scheme was chosen in full respect of traditional aesthetic of the Japanese composition of visual elements. Shadow plays an important role underlining the balance and the equilibrium of the architectonic harmonies. Dark walls meant for absorbing the light and therefore enhancing the cloud made of sushi sticks.