This category is for Japanese traditional (non-Western)architecture.
Websites in Japanese should be submitted to World: Japanese.
Examines architecture in Japan influenced by foreign cultures as well as climate; landscape and examples of both traditional and modern architecture including temples, shrines, castles and bridges.
Historical overview, from early shrines and temples to castles and modern trends.
Preserving old thatched roof houses in rural Japan. For people concerned with saving and preserving the kayabuki houses that are being lost at an alarming rate.
Illustrated discussion of the development of this Muromachi period style. Well organized.
Analysis of traditional Japanese domestic architecture as being based on long standing attitudes towards ideas of harmony. Black and white illustrations on separate pages.
Edo period home of a wealthy sake brewer.
Article discussing the impact of traditional concepts on modern Japanese architects.
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