Miyukimori Tenjingu Haiden (The Wors...

NameMiyukimori Tenjingu Haiden (The Worship Hall, Miyukimori Tenjingu Shrine)
Address3-10-5 Momodani, Ikuno-Ku, Osaka
Architecture age1930
Building type Religious buildings
ConstructionFlat wooden structure, copper roofing
Outline explanationA single story wooden shrine architecture. Located at the southwest corner of Miyuki-Dori Shopping Street in Momodani, Ikuno-Ku. This is the Heiden (Votive Offering Hall) that atatches Honden (Main Building) and Haiden (Worship Hall) It consists of Ketayuki 2 ken (the length of the pieces of wood is 2 ken) in Ryonagare-Zukuri (a style of early Shinto shrines that have eaves in front and behind). The rhombic latticed windows and the Koshiita Kabe (baseboard wall) are installed in the sides. It has characteristic features that inside the hall, lath based ‘Kesho-yaneura’ (the structural materials are visible because no ceiling has been installed), and the rainbow-shaped tie beams forming two rows. Using good cypress trees for building materials in the same way as Honden and Haiden, the beauty of plane wood can be seen.
Cultural property type Registered Tangible Cultural Properties
Event link
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