255 pp. study of Sukiya style tea house buildings and their surrounding gardens, including essays, description and analysis of 25 tea houses and attached gardens mostly owned by aristocrats and nobility in Kyoto and the Kansai region, each complex profusely illustrated with beautiful color photographs and extremely detailed ground plans. Sm. folio. Cloth, slipcase. Tokyo (Shogakukan) 1979.
One of a series of volumes defining the Sukiya style in Japanese architecture, this one devoted to tea houses. Book ID: 46586