The building where the project is located is a modern architecture that was built in 1931 as the former Kawasaki Savings Bank and converted in 2001. In planning the first floor as a bakery-restaurant, we wanted to respect the existing architecture as much as possible without touching the main body of the building. The interior of the restaurant retains many of the materials and details from the bank's construction period. We wanted to reflect those elements in the plan. In the new bakery counter and cash register corner, the green of the original mosaic tiles on the floor was used. The new bakery counter and checkout area will be tiled using the green of the original mosaic tiles on the floor, and the new bakery counter and checkout area are tiled using the green of the original mosaic tiles on the floor, and hardwoods with a full-gloss finish are used to match the existing wood, tracing the original space.In addition, the newly added architectural elements were designed with an arched shape. The arched design of the entrance and the former vault naturally draws the visitor's attention to the building. It is hoped that the historical architecture will continue to be used with affection while gaining new users.