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|Title ||:||合掌造り民家研究その2 : 白川村大牧の名主太田家住宅に関する覚書|
|Title alternative ||:||The trace analysis of the former Ota House, a Gassho-style house in Omaki, Shirakawa Village|
|Authors ||:||松本, 継太|
|Issue Date ||:||Apr-2010 |
|Journal Title ||:||長岡造形大学研究紀要|
|Start Page ||:||18|
|End Page ||:||33|
|Abstract ||:||A Memorandum on the former Ota House: A village headman's Gassho-style house in Omaki village, Shirakawa-go. The Ota family was the headman in Omaki village located in the middle of Shirakawa-go. According to the building record, the former Ota House was a Gassho-style house and was constructed in 1842. Because of the dam construction, the former Ota House was torn down and reconstructed in the Higashiyama botanical garden, Nagoya city. Today the building is open to the public as a museum. The purpose of this study is to clarify the history of the former Ota House through the survey of the extant main building and ancient documents. From the investigation of ancient documents, the status and the role of the Ota family and the construction process in Edo period were clarified. From our building survey, it is proved that the main building had a yobai room which was a bedroom where a wife met her husband living in a separate residence. It is considered as a trace of Dai-kazoku system, which means large family. Through the investigation of the building plan, it is clarified that the Shoin room next to the room with a Buddhist altar was used as a waiting room for Buddhist priests. The room was planned adjunctively to the measurements of the main room with a Buddhist altar.|
buddhist altar room
the waiting room for priests
|Type Local ||:||Departmental Bulletin Paper|
|Appears in Collections||:||01 長岡造形大学紀要|
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