This shop was named after a painting of an oni by the storekeeper's grandfather, Kouun Katayama, a Japanese-style painter (born in 1897 in Yubara). The storekeeper requested to have their noren based on this painting. The oni lives in a small shrine deep in the mountains. The mountains are expressed by a deep green color and the orange represents the warm little shrine. Maybe he's drinking coffee in there ... In days gone by, this building was a pharmacy. Now, it's a warm, friendly place you can have a cup of sake at night.