Photography『Nagoya, Japan』(2020)


Notable Points

Hommaru Palace is constructed in the “Shoin-zukuri” architectural style, in which the structure and design of rooms, such as the ceiling, transom windows, decorative fixtures, and partition paintings, all vary according to the room’s status and use.

Note the structural beauty of the warrior-style Shoin-zukuri, said to have been completed in the early Edo period, and the masterful technique of modern artisans that restored it.

credit

music [Yasuharu Nagura – “Slow Movement” (from “J​.​S. Bach Sonata No. 6”)]

 

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