岡山後楽園の借景・操山の風致と施業 FOREST SCENE AND MANAGEMENT OF MISAO-YAMA HILL AS A BORROWING LANDSCAPE OF KOHRAKU-EN GARDEN IN OKAYAMA
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The forest around urban area was desolated tremendously by imprudent cutting trees in 19 C. Recovering of these forests was begun from the early 1900's to keep the trees for source of water supply, protection of landslide and scene from the urban area. This paper discusses the relationships between the preservation of the forest scene and its management, and the development as the park. Dr. T. Tamura who is a specialist on the scenery and the park, and Mr. U. Kugo who is a technocrat on the forest management of Okayama Prefecture participated in the manifestation and preservation of the scene of Misao-yama hill as a borrowing landscape from the Kohraku-en garden that is historical Daimyo garden. However, Dr. Tamura planned the forest park in the Misao-yama hill as a developing urban infrastructure for hygiene and recreation space.
- Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)
Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ) 76(664), 1197-1204, 2011
Architectural Institute of Japan