On the first basement floor of a building at a corner of a shopping district near an office area, there is a shop. It is the restaurant "Yōshoku no Nekoya" (Western Cuisine Cat Restaurant), whose door is adorned with a picture of a cat. Founded five decades ago, it has since been filling the bellies of the salarymen from the office area.
While it is described as "Western cuisine," it is an extraordinary restaurant with menus beyond Western cuisine that are rich and sumptuous. However, for people from "that world," it is even more especially unique.
There is a secret in Nekoya. Every Saturday when the shop takes a day off, Nekoya is teeming full of "special customers." With the jingling of the bell, it serves the rarest, most wonderous of delicious cuisine at the request of customers from all walks of life, upbringing, and ethnicity.
Certainly, for the office workers, it is a familiar place with familiar dishes. However, for the "Saturday customers" or "people from that world," it is nothing but cuisine never seen or heard before ... an "Alternate-World Restaurant."