type:Departmental Bulletin Paper
[Abstract] This second essay focuses especially on the stamped metal ceiling boards found in it. As a result, the boards prove to be similar to the products imported from Australia in the latter half of Meiji by Fujiwara Shoten, a building material dealer in Tokyo. The products were especially used in the buildings designed by Japanese famous designers form Meiji 40(1907) to 43: in the former Marquis Maeda' s Mansion (completed in Meiji 40) and the Navy Museum (in Meiji 41) in Tokyo, designed by Mamoru Watanabe, and in the former Teikichi Tanabe' s Mansion (in Meiji 41) in Hyogo, designed by Magoich Noguchi. In Fukuoka, where the former Mizuma Bank is located, the products were also used in the Guest House of the former Fukuoka Public Hall (completed in Meiji 43) designed by Eizaburo Sanjo. From these facts, the designer who used the stamped metal ceiling boards in the former Mizuma Bank, can be presumed to be Eizaburo Sanjo himself.
かやのもり：近畿大学産業理工学部研究報告 = Reports of School of Humanity-Oriented Science and Engineering, Kinki University 17 34-42, 2012-12-01