紀要論文 佐賀市の実相院本堂について <原著論文>
A historical study of Jisso-in Temple in Saga City, Japan <Article>

曽我, 俊裕  ,  佐藤, 大規

(7)  , pp.27 - 40 , 2015-12-25 , 広島大学総合博物館
ISSN:1884-4243
NII書誌ID(NCID):AA12459864
内容記述
筆者らは,佐賀市大和町に所在する実相院の建物について調査を行う機会を得た。本堂,庫裏,勅使門の平面図を作成し,さらに建築年代や構造形式,改造痕跡などについて調査を行った。その結果,現在の本堂は19世紀中期の建立で,痕跡より,内陣部分が大規模に改造されていること,長押に打ち直し痕があることなどが判明した。さらに,痕跡より復元される実相院本堂の前身建物は,細部意匠に花杏葉紋が付される点,ほぼ同時期に築造されたと考えられる小城陣屋と玄関式台及び表向き殿舎の構成が類似している点から,佐賀藩の支藩や親類に関係する武家殿舎であった可能性が考えられた。遺構が乏しくいまだ明らかでない江戸時代の武家殿舎を考察する上で,一級の資料となりえる貴重な事例と考えられた。
We report on the construction of the Jisso-in temple in Yamato, Saga City, Japan. We unearthed the plans made for the hondo (main hall), kuri (the warehouse at the rear), and chokushi-mon (the gate for the imperial envoy). Furthermore, we researched the year of construction, type of construction, and traces of renovation.We discovered that the main hall was built in the mid-19th century and that it has been since reconstructed. From the plan, we assumed that the palace of the castle was relocated because of the greatly redesigned chancel and the signs of repair to aisles. Regarding remnants of remodeling, we presumed that the main hall was built by a branch of the Saga feudal clan because the design of the hall incorporated the family crest of the branch of the Saga clan known as “Hanagyoyo”. Moreover, the structure and design of the entrance were similar to that of the palace of Ogi Castle, which was also owned by a branch of the Saga feudal clan.Therefore, it can be said that the main hall of Jisso-in temple is similar in style to warrior residences of the Saga feudal clan. As little is known about the warrior residences of the Edo era, any material such as gathered here, which expands the knowledge base regarding this era, is important.
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