This article considered the portrait photograph of Daikiti Taki and the background of his transfer to Kansai, and it's following points to become clear.
The published his portrait photograph can identify six pieces, and his portrait placed in first pages of the “Journal of Architecture and building science” 192 is regarded as his figure of about 34 years old by the decoration of the chest. Other his photographs show the figure of 30s latter half, too.
He proceeded to Kansai on business for the Naniwa Spinning Company where the Teikoku-Kougyo-Kaisya was concerned and the Kobe Branch establishment preparations in December, 1887. In addition, it has be not clear until now at the time when he transfered to Kansai. The transfer to Kansai of Daikiti Taki is regarded as November, 1888, and it was one year or more after when the notice of the address change appeared in the “Journal of Architecture and building science” that he gone to there. At first, it was thought that the Meiji-Kougyo-Kaisya was established as Kobe Branch of the Teikoku-Kougyo-Kaisya, but by the internal troubles of the company, the company started as a the Meiji-Kougyo-Kaisya of the corporations. Daikiti Taki took office as a building director.