浜島 正士 HAMASHIMA MASAJI

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文化庁建造物課 (1980年 CiNii収録論文より)

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  • THE PROPORTION OF A TAHO-PAGODA  [in Japanese]

    HAMASHIMA MASAJI

    1. The width of the upper story is determined in proportion to the width of the lower story, but it is not standardized. 2. The proportion of the width As to the size of the upper story, the newer Tah …

    Transactions of the Architectural Institute of Japan 296(0), 117-126, 1980

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  • THE STYLE AND STRUCTURE OF A TAHO PAGODA  [in Japanese]

    HAMASHIMA MASAJI

    1. The lower-stories of the TAHO pagodas which were built in the early days have square pillars without DAIWAs, but those built after the 14th century have columns with DAIWAs. On the other hand all t …

    Transactions of the Architectural Institute of Japan 236(0), 107-116, 1975

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  • THE ORIGINAL STYLE OF TAHO-TOWER  [in Japanese]

    HAMASHIMA MASAJI

    1. At first the TAHO-tower was built by SAICHYO and KUKAI in the early 9th century, after that was built in every where. But all TAHO-towers remained were built from the late 12th century. 2. At prese …

    Transactions of the Architectural Institute of Japan 227(0), 115-123,133, 1975

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  • THE EAVES OF JAPANESE TOWER  [in Japanese]

    HAMASHIMA MASAJI

    1. The eaves-depth at first storey is equivalent to 1.0-1.3 of a half span. The more it is long, the more tower's appearance is beautiful. Anciently the eaves-depth at all storeys mostly decrease …

    Transactions of the Architectural Institute of Japan 208(0), 57-68,88, 1973

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  • TOKYO OF JAPANESE TOWER (2)  [in Japanese]

    HAMASHIMA MASAJI

    Transactions of the Architectural Institute of Japan 173(0), 83-87,102, 1970

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  • TOKYO OF JAPANESE TOWER  [in Japanese]

    HAMASHIMA MASAJI

    1. About TOKYO of the storyed tower, the construction of MITESAKI-style is completed at the end of ancient, but measured unity is completed in mediaeval ages. KARAYO (ZEN-style) is used besides tradit …

    Transactions of the Architectural Institute of Japan 172(0), 55-65,77, 1970

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  • 塔〔社寺〕の高さと組上げ構造

    浜島 正士

    日本建築学会論文報告集 (155), 57-64, 1969-01

  • THE PROPORTION AND THE CONSTRUCTION OF JAPANESE TOWER  [in Japanese]

    HAMASHIMA MASAJI

    The proportion of storyed tower has a tendency to be lean and long with the times, among others the proportion of height (from footing to roof) to first-story, s span changes remarkably. With this cha …

    Transactions of the Architectural Institute of Japan 155(0), 57-64,66, 1969

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  • RELATION OF SPAN AND SHIW ARI IN JAPANESE TOWER  [in Japanese]

    HAMASHIMA MASAJI

    The span of storeyed tower decrease in proportion to upper storeies. Generaly the rate of decrese is high in the ancient tower, and it is low since the mediaeval tower. But the rate of decrease in the …

    Transactions of the Architectural Institute of Japan 143(0), 57-64,67, 1968

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  • THE RELATION OF TOKYO AND GANGYO ACCORDINGLY THE SURPLUS OF CORNER-POST  [in Japanese]

    HAMASHIMA MASAJI

    In Japanese architecture of the middle age, the corner-post is longer than the other. And so the bend occures on Kashiranuki, it reaches Gangyo through Tokyo, consequently Gangyo is bent. At Kaijusanj …

    Transactions of the Architectural Institute of Japan 131(0), 57-62,65, 1967

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