江戸期の庭園の復元に関する基礎的研究(第1報) : 幕末の大名屋敷の庭園について   :   A Basic Study on the Restorathon of the Gardens of the Edo Period (First report) : about the gardens in Daimyo residences in the end of the Edo 

作成者 白井, 彦衛
作成者の別表記 SHIRAI, Hikoe
日本十進分類法 (NDC) 620
内容 本論文は, 江戸の失われた庭園を図上に復元するための基礎的研究である.江戸には江戸城を中心に約200ヵ所の大名屋敷があり, 諸資料によれば庭園または緑苑の存在を推測できる.しかし多くの庭園は江戸の解体とその後の市街化により消滅した.庭園を復元する前提として大名屋敷の正確な位置を必要とするが, 江戸には正確な地図が存在しなかった.そこで江戸の切絵図にしるされている大名屋敷を現代の正確な地図にプロットし, その大名屋敷に庭園が存在するかを文献により調査する.ケーススタディとして取り上げた麹町・永田町・外桜田地区には60区画以上の大名屋敷があった.現在の段階ではその大名屋敷にどれだけの庭園があったか判然としていないが, 明治10年(1935)の段階で, 三條邸, 有栖川宮邸, ドイツ公使館, フランス公使館などに庭園の存在が確認された.
This thesis is about a basic study done with the objective of restoring on charts the lost gardens of the Edo period in Japan (1600-1867). In Edo, the predecessor of Tokyo, the capital of Japan, there were some 200 residences of Daimyo, the feudal lords of the Shogunate era, surroundinsg the Edo Castle, the residence of Shogun. From the data and material available today, it is possible for us to make a guess about the existence in those times of what may be called a 'garden' or a 'greenery plot'. However, many of such gardens went out of existence with the disintegration of the town of Edo and the subsequent urbanization of that area. As a premise for the restoration on a chart of a garden of the Edo period, we need to know the exact locations of the Daimyo residences of those days, but, unfortunately, there was no such accurate map of Edo available. So, we plotted the Daimyo residences as shown in an old except picture-map of the Edo period onto an accurate map of Tokyo of today and then looked through some of the literature to find out whether or not a garden existed in any of those Daimyo residences. In Kojimachi, Nagatacho and Soto-Sakurada, the streets in Tokyo which we selected as the subjects of our case-study, we found that there were more than sixty sites of Daimyo residences. At the present stage, it is not clear as to the scales of the gardens that may have existed in any of those Daimyo residences but it has been confirmed that, as of the 10th year of Meiji (1877), there did exist the gardens in such places as the residences of Prince Sanjo and Prince Arisugawa, and in the German and French Legations.

公開者 千葉大学園芸学部
コンテンツの種類 紀要論文 Departmental Bulletin Paper
DCMI資源タイプ text
ファイル形式 application/pdf
ISSN 0069-3227
NCID AN00142658
掲載誌情報 千葉大学園芸学部学術報告 Vol.34 page.57-68 (19841225)
情報源 The technical bulletin of Faculty of Horticulture, Chiba University
言語 日本語
著者版フラグ publisher

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