ID 105940
Title Transcription
トクシマ コウエン トクシマ チュウオウ コウエン ノ ゾウエン セッケイ ニツイテ : ヒビヤ コウエン オヨビ ザイファースドルフジョウ トノ ヒカク
Title Alternative
Landscape Architecture of Tokushima Central Park : Comparison with Hibiya Park and Seifersdorf Castle
Author
Satoh, Masaya Institute of Socio-Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokushima Tokushima University Educator and Researcher Directory KAKEN Search Researchers
Yasuda, Yusuke Graduate School of Integrated Arts and Sciences
Matoba, Kazumasa Graduate School of Integrated Arts and Sciences
Maetaka, Akinori Graduate School of Integrated Arts and Sciences
Bao, Siqingaowa Graduate School of Integrated Arts and Sciences
Hirashima, Yuka Graduate School of Integrated Arts and Sciences
Nakajima, Asuka Graduate School of Integrated Arts and Sciences
Sakata, Masahiro Graduate School of Integrated Arts and Sciences
Kurochi, Jun Graduate School of Integrated Arts and Sciences
Han, Zhehao Graduate School of Integrated Arts and Sciences
Endo, Yousuke Graduate School of Integrated Arts and Sciences
Sakai, Motohiro Institute of Socio-Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokushima Tokushima University Educator and Researcher Directory KAKEN Search Researchers
Miyazaki, Takayoshi Institute of Socio-Arts and Sciences, The University of Tokushima Tokushima University Educator and Researcher Directory KAKEN Search Researchers
Keywords
“Gärtnerisches Planzeichnen”
Hibiya Park
landscape architecture
Max Bertram
Seifersdorf Castle
Seiroku Honda
Tokushima Central Park
Tokushima Park
Content Type
Departmental Bulletin Paper
Description
Tokushima Park (originally named Tokushima Central Park) is the Japan’s second western-style park that was opened in 1906. We investigated landscape architecture of Tokushima Park based on a blueprint made in 1905 to understand its purpose and function of the park, and compared with Hibiya Park that is the Japan’s first western-style park. Tokushima Park consisted of five areas. The central area included Mt. Shiroyama (Castle Mountain), and primeval forest was protected without allowing to make a big building within the area. A commercial museum, an athletic field, and a botanical garden and a library were placed in the southern, western and eastern areas respectively, so that each area was designed to exhibit each function.
Tokushima Park and Hibiya Park were designed by the same two persons Seiroku Honda and Takanori Hongo. The two parks were equipped with a wide road, an athletic field, a botanical garden and so on, and these facilities were adopted to the park made since them.
Because Seiroku Honda adopted three design drawings of German parks from the book Gärtnerisches Planzeichnen into a blueprint of Hibiya Park, we investigated the book to ascertain whether any design drawing was also used in Tokushima Park. We found that Seifersdorf Castle, the castle of count Brühl that was built at Seifersdorf in Germany in 13th century, is similar to the southern area of Tokushima Park.
Journal Title
徳島大学地域科学研究
ISSN
21867720
NCID
AA12560198
Volume
2
Start Page
42
End Page
54
Sort Key
42
Published Date
2012-12
EDB ID
FullText File
language
jpn
TextVersion
Publisher
departments
Bioscience and Bioindustry
Integrated Arts and Sciences
Liberal Arts and Sciences