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Characteristics of the Two-storied Japanese-style Wooden Gate Designed by Architect Kingo Tatsuno in Takeo Onsen

Shintaro Iwao 1, Nobuo Mishima 2, and Hideo Tomita 3
1. Graduate school of Architectonics at the Engineering Department of Kyusyu Sangyo University, Japan
2. Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Saga University, Japan
3. Graduate School of Architectomics at the Engineering Department of Kyusyu Sangyo University, Japan
Abstract—Architect Kingo Tastuno is a modern architect who led the world of Japanese architects in modern age and designed many modern architecture from Tokyo station. His Tatsuno and Kasai Architects Office designed the new building called the Shinkan and the two-storied gate called the Romon of the Takeo Onsen in Takeo, Saga, Japan. Although the two-storied gate was originally planned as three gates, only one gate was realized, so we can call it uncompleted gate. In this paper, focusing on the uncompleted gate we aim to clarify the characteristics of expression of Japanese wooden modern architecture designed by architect Kingo Tatsno. 

Index Terms—architect Kingo Tatsuno, modern architecture, mix of western style and Japanese style, symmetry, symbolic building

Cite: Shintaro Iwao, Nobuo Mishima, and Hideo Tomita, "Characteristics of the Two-storied Japanese-style Wooden Gate Designed by Architect Kingo Tatsuno in Takeo Onsen," International Journal of Structural and Civil Engineering Research, Vol. 6, No. 4, pp. 306-312, November 2017. doi: 10.18178/ijscer.6.4.306-312
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