Gordon ChengSHINTO ART
SHINTOShintoism believes that everything has a spirit, their main god was the sun called Tenshodaijin. Their people go to ...
SHRINE The Japanese think the design of a shrine should be simple. However, Japanese care about the landscape design, arra...
TSUMAIRI(妻入) &HERAIRI(平入)
TORII It’s purpose is to isolate the human world from the heaven. So it is a door or entrance to the heaven. Most of them ...
NAISHODUKURI(大社造)
SHINMENDUKURI(神明造)
SUMIYOSHIDUKURI(住吉造)
NAGAREDUKURI(流造)
KASUGADUKURI(春日造)
IRIMAYADUKURI(入母屋造)
HACHIMANDUKURI(八幡造)
GIONDUKURI(祇園造)
MEIJI JINKU
IZUMOTAISHA
ITSUKUSHIMASHRINE
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  1. 1. Gordon ChengSHINTO ART
  2. 2. SHINTOShintoism believes that everything has a spirit, their main god was the sun called Tenshodaijin. Their people go to a Shrine to worship the gods.
  3. 3. SHRINE The Japanese think the design of a shrine should be simple. However, Japanese care about the landscape design, arrangement, and embellishment.EventhoughJapaneseprefersi mplicity in the shrine, butthe appearance should still be mysterious.
  4. 4. TSUMAIRI(妻入) &HERAIRI(平入)
  5. 5. TORII It’s purpose is to isolate the human world from the heaven. So it is a door or entrance to the heaven. Most of them are built by woods and are usually painted red.
  6. 6. NAISHODUKURI(大社造)
  7. 7. SHINMENDUKURI(神明造)
  8. 8. SUMIYOSHIDUKURI(住吉造)
  9. 9. NAGAREDUKURI(流造)
  10. 10. KASUGADUKURI(春日造)
  11. 11. IRIMAYADUKURI(入母屋造)
  12. 12. HACHIMANDUKURI(八幡造)
  13. 13. GIONDUKURI(祇園造)
  14. 14. MEIJI JINKU
  15. 15. IZUMOTAISHA
  16. 16. ITSUKUSHIMASHRINE

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