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  • Museum Feature : The Fujita Museum and Fujita Denzaburo  [in Japanese]

    前野 絵里

    聚美 (13), 102-107, 2014

  • ON OUTLINE OF FUJITA RESIDENCE AT AMISHIMA, OSAKA AND ITS MASTER CARPENTER HEISICHI IMAI  [in Japanese]

    OKAWA Mitsuo

    … The Fujita Residence at Amishima., Osaka built between 1886 and 1915 was an ideal example of the Kindai Wqfu Style in the Kansai region. … The client, Denzaburou Fujita was the founder of fujita combines and a central figure in the Kansai economic world until the War, however, an adapt in the tea ceremony and a person of well cultivated tastes. …

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ) 64(526), 251-257, 1999

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  • A historical study on carpenters who participated in modern Japanese style  [in Japanese]

    Omi Sakae , Okawa Mitsuo , Kogo Keita

    本論では,幕末から明治・大正・昭和戦前期に活躍した3人の人物をとりあげている。これらの人物は,西洋化の波が押し寄せる中で,日本の伝統的建築を継承する立場を守りぬいた人びとである。第1章で取り上げた柏木貨一郎は幕府小普請方の家系を継いだ人物であるが,明治になってからは美術行政の分野で活躍し,日本における博物館創設の一翼を担った。また,政財界の人びとの和風都宅を数多く手掛けて工匠でもあったが,自ら鑿や …

    HOUSING RESEARCH FOUNDATION ANNUAL REPORT 18(0), 117-128, 1992

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  • Some Problems of the Reclamation of Kojima Bay Since the Meiji Restoration (1868) : With Special Reference to Murder's Plan and the Fujita family, Enterprizer of the Reclamation  [in Japanese]

    KANATANI Tatsuo

    … The purpose of this paper is to understand the role which Anthonie Thomas Lubertus Rouwenhorst Mulder (1845-1901) a Dutch engineer, played in the reclamation plan and the nature of the Fujita family who took the most important part in the reclamation enterprise. … The Fujita family, who acqired the right to reclaim the land covering 5,000 ha in Kojima Bay, was one of the typical zaibatsu. …

    GEOGRAPHICAL SCIENCES 7(0), 9-14, 1967

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