The man lies down on his back. The woman straddles him with her back turned on him. She leans forward toward his feet. This position enable the two to enjoy viewing the moon in the window together as they will be facing the same direction. Also known as "Ushiro Chausu" (Reversed Tea-grinding Mill), "Nosedori" (Doing it aboard), "Hokakebune" (Sailboat), "Hokakedori" (Doing it sailboat-style) or "Hana Ikada" (Flower Raft).