明治時代の学校建築から見えてくる教育思想・文化―長野県内に現存する学校１１校を事例に（その一）― 明治時代の学校建築から見えてくる教育思想・文化―長野県内に現存する学校１１校を事例に（その一）― Educational Thoughts and Culture Revealed from School Architectures of Meiji Period―Case study of eleven existing schools in Nagano prefecture ―（ Part 1）
As educational establishments of the early modern period, Shoheizaka Gakumon-jo for buke （samurai）education that was under the direct control of Edo bakufu, ‘han-ko’ （feudal domain schools） of each domain, andprivate schools and ‘terakoya’ （community schools） for general people were established. The education of Edo periodwas based on the educational thoughts and culture formed in 250-plus-years of Edo bakufu, and it is not the same asthe modern education of the West. However, the modern education was, in the rapid modernization driven by Meijigovernment after the Restoration, taking the western education as a model, but at the same time built on the foundationof the education of Edo era and its tradition. This article is to conduct research （May 22 – 24, 2015） on the existingelementary school architectures（ eleven schools） in Nagano prefecture that were built directly after the ‘school system’had been issued, and to overview the educational thoughts and culture of that time through collections of the materialsand interviews to the curators.