What is Japanese architecture?

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Kodansha International, 1985 - Architecture - 144 pages
Traces the development of the traditional styles of the architecture of Japanese houses, theaters, teahouses, castles, Buddhist temples, and Shinto shrines

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What is Japanese architecture?

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A useful, concise compendium of infor mation about Japanese architecture, copiously illustrated with line drawings which augment text descriptions of Jap anese structures. Encyclopedic in ap proach ... Read full review

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INTRODUCTION
7
Residential and Urban Architecture
53
Castles and Castle Towns
93
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