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Definition of the noun Yashiki
What does Yashiki mean as a name of something?
- [context: Japanese history] A residence or estate of a daimyo
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Kabuki In Modern Japan (1990)
Mayama Seika And His Plays by Brian Powell
Sengoku Yashiki is a symmetrical drama, with a long and static central scene preceded and followed by short scenes which have proportionately much more movement and action. At the beginning of the play the rónin are about to arrive at the ...
The Mikado's Empire (1903)
by William Elliot Griffis
The yashiki is a product of architecture distinctively Japanese. Its meaning is “ spread-out house.” It is such a homogeneous struct— ure that it strikes the eye as having been cut out of a solid block. It is usually in the form of a hollow square, ...
The Mikado's Empire: book 2. Personal experiences, observations, and studies in Japan, 1870-1874. book 3. Supplementary chapters, including history to the beginning of 1912 (1913)
by William Elliot Griffis
The yashiki is a product of architecture distinctively Japanese. Its meaning is “ spread-out house.” It is such a homogeneous ...
by Lonely Planet
Built for a middleranking samurai family during the early 18th century, Buke Yashiki is an immaculately preserved house and garden .
Contemporary Architects (2016)
by Muriel Emanuel
The Ninja Yashiki is a pertinent metaphor here, the place of a refuge of the Ninja, a 17th century Japanese mercenary: fold-away stairs, secret passageways, one- way views, hidden floors, the very apotheosis of our idea of the flexibility of the ...
by Roman Cybriwsky
° HAIRYO YASHIKI HAIRYO YASHIKI. These were mansions and 85 H.
Japan Encyclopedia (2002)
by Louis Fr?d?ric, Louis-Frédéric, Käthe Roth
Kirishitan Yashiki. "House of the Christians," name for a building in Edo (a former school) where people suspected of being Christians were held and interrogated starting in 1646. Giuseppe Chiara (Okamoto San'emon, d. 1685) and Giovanni ...
by Theresa Bane
Yashiki. (AH- shee. ah-rye. YASHkey). An ancient YŌKAI from Japanese folklore, ashiarai yashiki (“foot-washing mansion”) is a gigantic disembodied muddy foot and ...
Biographical, Historical, and Descriptive by Russell Sturgis
Inside the quadrangle of barracks came a second, for the accommodation of the domestic officials of the household, and, finally, in the centre of all was the daimyo's yashiki, a plain, onestory building, huge in extent, but very simple. A forest of ...
An Unabridged Reprint of the 1901-2 Edition by Russell Sturgis
Iaside the quadmogle of harmeks eame a serood, for the areommodatioo of the domestie offieials of the housebold, aod, fioally, io the eeotre of all was the daimyo's yashiki, a plaio, ooe-story buildiog, buge io exteot, but rery simple. A forest of ...
Applications by Daniel Schuster
Yashiki, T. Influence of Hydrophilic-Lipophilic Balance Values of Surfactants on Ephedrine Release from Emulsified Liquid Systems.
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Nagamachi buke yashiki in Kanazawa
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The value of this 7-letter word is 17 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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