Nostalgic Buildings – KOBE / OSAKA / KYOTO

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Beautiful visuals like a photo book and text that gives a vivid image of each era. The prewar architectural masterpieces of the Meiji, Taisho, and Showa eras are used to decipher the differences in character among the three cities of Osaka, Kobe, and Kyoto. An unprecedented guide to buildings.

James House
Kobe Customs House
Former Katsudo Residence
Kobe Jogakuin
Koshien Kaikan
Hakutsuru Art Museum
Former Kodera Family Stable
Shinko Building
Design Creative Center Kobe
Kobe Mitsui O.S.K. Lines Building
Kwansei Gakuin University

Osaka City Central Public Hall
Osaka Head Office Building, Harada Sangyo Co.
Cotton Industry Hall
Bank of Japan, Osaka Branch
Ikoma Building
Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation Osaka Head Office Building
Osaka Prefectural Nakanoshima Library
Senba Building
Arai Building
Osaka Club
Taikooen Yodogawa Residence
Shibakawa Building
Sakaisuji Club
Osaka Prefectural Government Main Building
Izumibunkan/former Sakuranomiya Public Hall

Kyoto Prefectural Office Former Main Building
Toka Catering
Heian Jogakuin College
Doshisha University
Kyoto Haristos Orthodox Church Ikushinjo Evangelical Cathedral
Doshisha Women’s College
Kyoto University
The Museum of Kyoto Annex
Kyoto Art Center


Release Date:
May, 2019

Author profile

Shunsuke Kurakata

Born in Tokyo. He is an associate professor at Osaka City University. In addition to researching and criticizing the history of architecture, he is working to bring architecture and society closer, such as serving as an executive committee member of the architectural public event “Ikefes Osaka”.

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Weight 601 g

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