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Sugawara Yoichi

スガワラ ヨウイチ | Sugawara Yoichi
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Professor
Homepage URL  (1): http://www.crc.mie-u.ac.jp/
Research field  (1): Architectural history and design
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (4):
  • Research on Historical Architecture
  • Study on Environmental Culture of Iga
  • Study on Architectural History of Mie Prefecture
  • Study on Architectural Engineer
MISC (9):
  • On the architecture of the former Kate family house. 1999
  • On the Ise-onsi and the Ise-onsi house. 1996
  • On the formation of tuma-iri townhouse around Ise sity. Ise-wan area and its culture. 1995. 1. 1. 6-16
  • Shimizu Gihachi and the Hisai clan palace in the late Yedo and the early Meiji era. 1993. 31. 645-648
  • Building and Design Types of The Public Facilities of Mie Prefecture in the Meiji Era. 1991. 422
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Books (7):
  • Research report on the Geku Kaguraden
    1999
  • On the formation of tuma-iri townhouse in Ise and Shima.
    1996
  • Kindai o aruku (jointly authored)
    Hikumano shuppan 1994
  • Architecture in Japan / Tokai
    1986
  • Guidbook of Modern Architecture / Tokai Hokuriku
    1985
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Works (6):
  • study on rural houses in Kisei-cho
    1999 -
  • Rediscover of the environmental culture and regional planning of Iga district
    1994 -
  • MODERNIZATION PROCESS OF REGIONAL HOUSES
    1991 -
  • Architectural Survey and Conservation Planning of The Former Ota Primary School (Prefectural Cultural Property)
  • Architectural Survey and Conservation Planning of The Former Nabari Todo House (Prefectural Cultural Property)
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Education (3):
  • - 1980 Nagoya University Graduate School, Division of Engineering
  • - 1975 Nagoya University School of Engineering
  • - 1975 Nagoya University Faculty of Engineering
Professional career (1):
  • Doctor of Engineering (Nagoya University)
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