This is the design project for exhibiting at the "Shapes of Japanese Style-Exhibition” in "Milano Salone 2015". It is a collaboration work with a gardener and a chef, the "Jardin Chef" Mr. Tadashi Miyagawa. We shared the point of view that producing a garden space and cooking dishes would be similar; therefore we expressed the "garden" and the "dish" conditions all together by using the common materials, within the framework of the Japanese traditional table setting in "a bowl of soup and one dish" form. The "garden" is expressed as the table setting in a Japanese stone garden style, while the stones transform into the "dishes" as a rice bowl and a soup bowl when turned over. There is a great deal of freedom and variety for placing stones and plants in a garden space, just like the arrangement of a cooked food on a dish; we thought there might be some essential joy of a meal in the "duality" of the stones and plants in the table setting also used as a container and cutlery. This design project gives the opportunity to reconsider such freedom and the relationship between garden creation and the culinary art—the coexistence of the "garden" and the "dish" would raise the quality of each other for more profound outcome.