伏見城 (II) : 武家地の建築 : 近世都市図屏風の建築的研究 : 洛中洛外図・その 4 [in Japanese] THE FUSHIMI-CASTLE II : THE ARCHITECTURE IN THE SAMURAI AREA : ARCHITECTURAL STUDIES OF FOLDING-SCREEN PICTURES IN THE EARLY MODERN ERA (16, 17 CENTURIES) : THE RAKUCHU-RAKUGAI-ZU (Pictures of the Sights in and around Kyoto) Part 4 [in Japanese]
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Continued from the previous number, this paper especially deals with the architecture of the Fushimi-castle. The contents are as follows. I. The Buildings and the composition of the Fushimi-castle. 1. The Tenshu (Donjon) 2. The keeps and the gates 3. The residence (The main hall, etc.) II. The formal Shogunate visit and the Daimyo's residence for it. And in short, the establishment of the model of the Samurai's residence in the early Modern Era can be traced to the time of the Fushimi-castle.
- Transactions of the Architectural Institute of Japan
Transactions of the Architectural Institute of Japan 182(0), 65-75,90, 1971
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