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Okuzaki T.,Shibaura Institute of Technology | Fujisawa A.,Shibaura Institute of Technology | Taduka Y.,Iwase Architects Ltd. Company | Akaishi K.,Cultural Properties Protection Section
AIJ Journal of Technology and Design | Year: 2012

We study about source and building activity about the Majima family of carpenter specializing in building shrines and temples in Sado Island. It was based on a historical records owned by the Majima family and a historical records related of those. The purpose of this study is to accumulate information precise. Source


Akaishi K.,Cultural Properties Protection Section | Fujisawa A.,Shibaura Institute of Technology | Okuzaki T.,Shibaura Institute of Technology
AIJ Journal of Technology and Design | Year: 2012

The Fujii family is a carpenters who has performed active construction activities for the Hamochi region in southern part of Sado Island at the base from the early stages of Edo to the early stages of Showa. This paper considers the carved ornament and the technique of the bracket complex for 20 works among existing the works of the Fujii family. Unlike a general chronological index, even if a time goes down, the carved ornaments shows an old form and the depth and width of carving do not change a lot. Moreover, in the bracket complex, a peculiar technique of joining a component by Yatoihozo joint is seen, and it can classify into two forms of what used Yatoihozo joint for the Odaruki, and the thing used for Tesaki-Hijiki. As explained above, the Fujii family can be positioned as a carpenter group with very peculiar technology. Source


Okuzaki T.,Shibaura Institute of Technology | Fujisawa A.,Shibaura Institute of Technology | Akaishi K.,Cultural Properties Protection Section
AIJ Journal of Technology and Design | Year: 2013

We study about source and building activity about the Akashi family of carpenter specializing in building shrines and temples in Sado Island. It was based on a historical records related to the Akashi family and information obtained from the building survey. The purpose of this study is to accumulate information precise about Akashi family. Source


Akaishi K.,Cultural Properties Protection Section | Fujisawa A.,Shibaura Institute of Technology | Okuzaki T.,Shibaura Institute of Technology
AIJ Journal of Technology and Design | Year: 2012

The Fujii family including Goroemon is a carpenters from Edo to the Showa era that did a lot of building activities based on the Hamochi region in the southern part of Sado Island. The carpenters acts for the nearby period of 300 years, and has left a lot of works. Moreover, it is thought that the Fujii family was organizing carpenter group as a master builder. This thesis is consideration of the building activity and the carpenter group of the Fujii family based on the historical records obtained by the investigation. Source


Tanabe Y.,Cultural Properties Protection Section | Fujisawa A.,Shibaura Institute of Technology
AIJ Journal of Technology and Design | Year: 2012

Omurosengen Shrine is located in Fujiyoshida city in Yamanashi prefecture. It was built by the Kayanuma family, who were known as shrine and temple carpenters around the Fujiyoshida area in pre-modern period. The aim of this report is to ascertain when the main shrine was built and to show how this was built by deciphering the historical materials on Omurosengen Shrine owned by the Kayanuma. Source

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