八幡造の形成過程について (上) [in Japanese] ON THE FORMATION PROCESS OF 'HACHIMAN-ZUKURI' (Part I) [in Japanese]
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When and where was the architectural style called 'Hachiman-zukuri' of Japanese Shinto-shrine established? And why such peculiar form was adopted as the main sanctuary of Shinto-god called 'YAHATA'? On these problems I tried to consider through the examination of several old records and documents related to Usa and Iwashimizu Hachimangu shrines. This treatise on those problems is divided into two parts, and the first half of it is inserted here. So I will present the synopsis of the whole in the next issue of this "Transaction of A.I.J." in whichthe latter half of the treatise will be published.
- Journal of Structural and Construction Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)
Journal of Structural and Construction Engineering (Transactions of AIJ) 290(0), 141-150, 1980
Architectural Institute of Japan