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    • Undercroft with lighting reflected on marble floor 

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      The undercroft is equipped for muli-functions.
    • United Airlines Boeing 747 

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      The Interfaith Forum on Religion Art and Architecture tour to Japan in 2000.
    • Upper level 

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    • Urban Kyodan Church 

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    • Vehicles for childcare 

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    • View 

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      Ando offers yet another view of nature's beauty.
    • View from Naoshima Contemporary Art Museum, Tadao Ando, architect 1990-92. 

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      Naoshima Island is a National Park containing several museums, one of which is the Naoshima Contemporary Art Museum. It was designed to be approached by boat with three flights of stairs leading to an underground approach ...
    • View from the entrance 

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      Water from the entrance spills over and is allowed to flow down to the sea.
    • View of belltower from exterior stairs 

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      Having left the parsonage courtyard, standing at the head of the stairs to street level, one has another view of the belltower.
    • The Water Temple 

      Bruggink, Donald J.
      The curved wall ultimately reveals the Water Temple itself.
    • Water Temple at Hompukuji 

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      Tadao Ando, architect, 1990-91. This is the new main temple for the Shingon Buddhist sect. Over brilliant white gravel one enters Ando's trademark concrete wall emphasizing that one is enterring a special place.
    • Waterfall entrance at "The Oval" 

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      "The Oval" contains four double guest rooms, two suites and an in-house café.
    • A welcome to the church 

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      Our guide, Etta Hesselink (center), and the minister to her left with a congregant and children on the right.
    • Welcoming courtyard 

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      Note the ascending ramp and the fenestration seen in our first exterior photograph.
    • Window 

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      Window as seen from pulpit. Note the persons at the left for scale.
    • Window 

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      Window with minimal Protestant iconography.
    • Window to the world 

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      A narrow slit invites one to return to the natural world.
    • Worship begins 

      Bruggink, Donald J.
      Etta Hesselink had arranged for the IFRAA group to have an English speaking eccumenical worship service. It was led by members of the tour, Father Ronald G. Schmit and the Reverend Lydia Kalb of the Lutheran church. Father ...
    • Yodobashi church, Tokyo 

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      Akiro Inadomi, architect. Located in a busy commercial Tokyo setting, the church maintains its distinctiveness in the midst of a larger setting.