THE TYPES OF PLANS AND INTERIOR DESIGN AT MEMORIAL CLOISTERS OF DAITOKU-JI AND MYOSHIN-JI TEMPLES IN KYOTO IN THE EDO PERIOD [1596~1868] -The Development and Changes of the Sanctuary-

Antariksa Antariksa




Abstract


In the early Edo period the number of memorial cloisters (tacchu) increased, especially, at Daitoku-ji and Myôshin-ji temples. As a consequence, the hondô (kyakuden, hojo) were further developed in all aspects of architectural style, interior design and plan.
This study will attempt to clarify the types of plans at memorial cloisters of both temples, by analyzing the arrangement and composition of the sanctuary, during the Edo period.
In that period, the requirement of the rooms was interlaced with the function, and even dependent upon everyday life and the activities of religious services.


Keywords


Edo period, memorial cloister, sanctuary.

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