著者
田中 孝明 渡辺 勝彦
出版者
Architectural Institute of Japan
雑誌
日本建築学会計画系論文集 (ISSN:13404210)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.75, no.651, pp.1219-1224, 2010

By surveying village <i>Sinto</i> architecture with historical plaques of <i>Simousa</i> fief once a part of Chiba-ken, we can find out the activities of the sculptors represented as <i>Takeda Juzaburo</i> in the late Edo period.<br> We are able to draw out our results by examining the materials as follows; Four sculptors named <i>Takeda Juzaburo</i> once lived in <i>Yuuki</i>, near the northern part of Kanto area, where some shrines have an extreme amount of wood-curving. They had spread the use of large amounts of wood-curving in shrines in the fief, and carved onto not only the panels used as decorative transoms but also entire wooden walls of shrine from 1806 to 1822.
著者
岡本 真理子 渡辺 勝彦 内藤 昌
出版者
一般社団法人日本建築学会
雑誌
日本建築学会計画系論文報告集 (ISSN:09108017)
巻号頁・発行日
no.369, pp.103-113, 1986-11-30

The architectural reference book "Gusikenki" is considered as the first encyclopedia for the architecture in Edo era. We examined the contents and bibliography of this book, and clarified the fact that the editor, Masataka Imaoku, then the Nakai's "Touryou" carpenter, wrote and compiled "Gusikenki" in the following four stages. 1st stage ; 1671 : Began the writings concerning the knowledges related to the nearby architecture as a Horyuuji carpenter. 2nd stage ; 1677 : Performed the writings about the architecture in the area controlled by the Nakai Family and about the buildings of temples and shrines. 3rd stage ; 1680/1684 : Wrote articles on the Kyoto Imperial Palace and accounts on matters such as divinity, mathimatics, weight and measures, and completed the whole volumes. 4th stage ; 1685/1686 : Added few items related mainly to time measurement.