Japan Architecture Traditional

         The introduction of Buddhism into Japan in 538, also brought many architects from the Korean peninsula with new techniques reflecting the Chinese (Northern Wei) style of Buddhist architecture. Horyuji, a temple in Nara whose main hall and pagoda date back to the Asuka period, was built in this style. Architecture during the Nara period (710-794) was influenced by the Tang style which was characterized by stable and balanced proportions and by an emphasis on structure over ornamentation. The lecture hall of Toshodaiji, a temple in Nara, is one of the finest representations of this style.

         Now architecture of japanese is the international style...its means "minimalis Architecture"
but consept of space base from " lay out the spirit of zen


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