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  • 瀬口 哲夫
    日本建築学会計画系論文集
    2010年 75 巻 651 号 1263-1272
    発行日: 2010/05/30
    公開日: 2010/07/26
    ジャーナル フリー
    This paper deals with Architect Kichijirou NISHIHARA and reveals his biographies and his architectural works. He was born in 1868 and graduated the Technical College in Tokyo. His career is divided four stages as follows.(1) He gained architectural experiences by practice at the site of the Prince Fusiminomiya house etc as an assistant and a draftsman. (2)(3) He became a staff of the building section of the prefectural office such as Fukuoka and Aichi. His role was quite big as an In-house architect. (4) After resignation from the Aichi prefectural office he set up the first architectural design office in Nagoya in 1917. He designed many buildings for local people.
  • 杉江 正敏
    武道学研究
    1985年 18 巻 1 号 15-23
    発行日: 1985/07/31
    公開日: 2012/11/27
    ジャーナル フリー
    Preface
    It is an important subject to discuss the tendency of competition and the development of the method of mental culture, when we consider the modernization in Budo. Especially the method of mental culture made progress late in the Meiji era, when the inclusion movement to school curriculum was in full swing. Encouraging elementary school education and prothoting the youth activities are shown here as one of the subjects of the improvement movement in local districts after the Russo-Japanese War of 1904-1905.
    In this research Hide Makino, who belonged to Ono-Itto School of Kendo, is studied. He was the principal of an elementary school in Aichi Gun (county) of Aichi Prefecture, and keen on spreading mental culture as the idea of kendo to the youth in his region during this period. We will study a from of the method of mental culture in districts along with the local improvement movement mentioned above.
    Contents
    I. THE POPULARIZATION ACTIVITIES IN NISSHIN MURA (VILLAGE) OF AICHI GUN (COUNTY) BY HIDE MAKING, WHO BELONGED TO ONO-ITTO SCHOOL OF KENDO
    1. Hide Makino
    2. Characters of Disciples Observed in the “Menkyo-daicho” (The Records of the Registered Students and of Their Grades)
    3. The Teaching Method and the Actual State of Training Stated in “Yuki-no-hikari” (The Records of Winter Exercises)
    II. HIDE MAKINO'S ACTIVITIES AND THE IMPROVEMENT MOVEMENT IN LOCAL DISTRICTS
    1. Hide's Idea of Teaching Kendo
    2. The Local Improvement Movement and the Youth Activities
    Conclusion
    1. Hide Makino planned to establish modern educational Kendo based on the theory of school Kenjutu.
    2. Hide Makino tought the mental culture and leader-ship to the youth of country in the circumstances of the improvement movement in the districts, which prevailed throughout the country after the Russo -Japanese war.
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