JAPANESE ARCHITECTURE IN KYOTO
NINNA-JI TEMPLE No.2
- Shinden. This is started to construct in 1911(Meiji44) and finished in 1914(Taisho 3).
- The south half of a Shinden is a public space and the north half is a private space. This Shinden has a taste of a palace and the style of architecture is the mixture of Shinden-zukuri and Shoin-zukuri.
- Interior of Shinden.
- In this picture, the interior is composed by the Chodai, the Chigai-dana and the Toko-no-ma.
Chodai is originally a bedroom behind the door which is left part in the picture.
Toko-no-ma is originally a place to decorate flowers and drawings for buddhism ceremony.
Chigai-dana is a designed shelf placed between Chodai and Toko-no-ma in the picture.
|[No.1]Entrance, Garden in Hojo
||: [No.2]Shoin (Main building)
||: [No.4]Tea houses hitou-tei 1
|[No.5]Tea houses hitou-tei 2
||: [No.6]Tea houses Ryokaku-tei
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