聚楽第・伏見城・豊国廟遺構説の萌芽

Translated title of the contribution: BEGINNING OF THE LEGENDS ABOUT ARCHITECTURAL REMAINS OF JURAKU PALACE, FUSHIMI CASTLE AND TOYOKUNI SHRINE

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The purpose of this research is to clarify the spreading process of the legends about architectural remains of Juraku Palace, Fushimi Castle and Toyokuni Shrine. As a first step, this paper examines what is written about the legends in the topography of Kyoto in the late seventeenth century.<br> In some topographies, there were mentions about the tenshu (main keep) of Fushimi Castle that it had been moved to Fukuyama Castle. There were also stories that, at the destruction of Juraku Palace, its buildings had been moved to some places, but not with their specific names. Stories about the legends as such are told already, but these were not yet paid much attention at that time as in the later period.
Translated title of the contributionBEGINNING OF THE LEGENDS ABOUT ARCHITECTURAL REMAINS OF JURAKU PALACE, FUSHIMI CASTLE AND TOYOKUNI SHRINE
Original languageJapanese
Pages (from-to)1201-1206
Number of pages6
Journal日本建築学会計画系論文集
Volume77
Issue number675
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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聚楽第・伏見城・豊国廟遺構説の萌芽. / 加藤悠希.

In: 日本建築学会計画系論文集, Vol. 77, No. 675, 2012, p. 1201-1206.

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