There are rocks and trees stage right (SR) and stage left (SL), and the trees will arch over the stage to create a canopy effect. Our stage is only 27 feet across, no "wing" space, and the lighting grid is only 12 feet above the stage. It's a very small space.
SR is a Shinto arch, through which most of the main entrances and exits are made.
Center stage is the Moon Gate on a raised platform, with a view of the Kyoto pagoda in the background (it will be a cutout).
SL is Ko-Ko's house. (I play Ko-Ko.) it's supposed to be his "palace."
The script calls for two locations, Act I in KoKo's Courtyard and Act II in KoKo's Garden. But we're using only one set for the entire show called a "unit set" in stage lingo.
Sorry that the lighting isn't better on the model.
(Yes, I made this. I've been making models for the theater for over 20 years now. This is the 14th set I've designed for this theater. All sets have models, most are 1" in scale. Some I've done in 1/2" scale and a few in 3/4" scale.)