- 日本建築学会計画系論文集 (ISSN:13404210)
- vol.63, no.511, pp.185-192, 1998
Hideyori constructed a lot of temples and shrines. Investigation into munahuda and bokushomei of these temples and shrines makes clear the character of sakuzi structure of Hideyori. Among them, the forms of sakuzi projects are divided into two. One is carpenters and craftman dispatched by Toyotomi performed sakuzi(A), and the other is carpenters belonging each temples and local carpenters performed it as the main constituents(B), with the money and magistrates of Toyotomi. By examining the forms of sakuzi projects by Hideyori, it's found that form(A) was taken in many cases with active mobilization, but form(B) also existed widely. And the chief carpenter who generally direct the sakuzi project like Nakai Masakiyo did not exist. It suggests the limit of sakuzi structure of Hideyori and it is doubtful it worked entirely as an organization.