What is Japanese Architecture?: A Survey of Traditional Japanese Architecture by Kazuo Hozumi
English | April 15, 1996 | ISBN: 4770019920 | 144 pages | PDF | 6 MB
Traditional Japanese architecture-whether Buddhist temples or Shinto shrines, residences, castles, or teahouses-has become increasingly familiar around the world. Through the media of motion pictures, art books, T.V. documentaries and dramas such as Shogun, as well as through personal experience, more and more people have gained an acquaintance and appreciation of the architecture of premodern Japan.