- 日本建築学会計画系論文集 (ISSN:13404210)
- vol.79, no.700, pp.1433-1439, 2014-06-30 (Released:2014-07-15)
Focusing on the early modern era when the "taboos" were established, this paper is to clarify the characteristics of landscape in shrine created by the tabooed land of Mt. Miwa from the perspective of the surrounding mountain forest, and landscapes in picture maps. At the same time as the major development of the Omiwa shrine in the Kanbun era (1661-73), taboos were established behind "Mitsu-Torii", and the area was classified as "Miwa Myojin Main Shrine Mountain". It shows that in that setting, from 1638 there was a view towards "Tomeyama" or the total protection of the entire mountain as, which at the same time was overlapping with a view towards the partial protection. Here we can see the condition of a multi-layered protection taking the shape, and already such an area could be seen in picture maps drawn before the establishment of the taboos.