JAPANESE ARCHITECTURE IN KYOTO
NINNA-JI TEMPLE No.6
- This tea house is said that this was originally in the house of Ogata Korin(1658-1716, painter in Edo Period who is a founder of Rinpa school).
- The house is consisted of Hiro-ma (halls), Mizuya-no-ma (a water room), a Hikae-no-ma (a waiting room), a kitchen and a tea room Gazen-an.
- The plan of Gazen-an having two and a half tatami mat is a replica of the tea room Joan (designed by Oda Urakusai) in Aichi district.
- Ryokaku-tei (Important Cultural Properties)
Left end is the entrance of tea room Gazen-an.
Photo : Shoji Hiramatsu
|[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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