BIVALNA KULTURA V TRADICIONALNI JAPONSKI HIŠI
DWELLING IN TRADITIONAL JAPANESE HOUSE

Nataša Visočnik

DOI: https://doi.org/10.3986/Traditio2004330112

Abstract

Članek povzema rezultate terenskega dela in raziskovanja tradicionalne japonske hiše. Na podlagi raziskave primera mestne hiše iz edskega obdobja v muzeju Boso no mura na Japonskem je predstavljena tradicionalna bivalna kultura. V bivalni kulturi se kažejo vplivi naravnih in družbenih značilnosti obdobja in tako študija japonskega bivališča priskrbi vpogled v karakter japonskega naroda in oblikovnih dejstev v kulturni rasti.

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The article summarizes the results of the fieldwork and researching of the traditional Japanese house. On the basis of researching of the exemplary house, namely the city house from Edo period in Boso no mura Museum, the traditional dwelling culture is represented. In dwelling culture the influences of the natural and social characteristics of the period are shown, and in that way the study of the Japanese dwelling provides an insight to the characteristic of the Japanese people and formative facts in cultural grow.

Keywords

tradicionalna hiša; bivalna kultura; Japonska // Traditional house; dwelling; Japan

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