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    • Return to the world 

      Bruggink, Donald J.
      Throughout Ando has revealed his preference for a spare architectural palette. Marble stairs, concrete walls with the signature marking of the square form plates and a spare hand rail.
    • Waterfall entrance at "The Oval" 

      Bruggink, Donald J.
      "The Oval" contains four double guest rooms, two suites and an in-house café.
    • Entry to great church room 

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      The latticework and hardware leads into the great church room.
    • The Water Temple 

      Bruggink, Donald J.
      The curved wall ultimately reveals the Water Temple itself.
    • Himeji castle 

      Bruggink, Donald J.
      At once the greatest and most beautiful in Japan. Although this series of photos emphasizes Japanese church architecture the tour did not neglect historic sites and so Himeji castle is used as the Japanese signature for this tour.
    • Door Pulls 

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      Figures holding Old and New Testament.
    • Crypt 

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      The large crypt with marble floor, columns and brilliant illumination.
    • Still in the train station 

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    • Preparing for our flight home 

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    • A calming pool before the opportunity to worship 

      Bruggink, Donald J.
      Across the pool one can see the liturgical center on the far side of the great worship room.
    • View of belltower from exterior stairs 

      Bruggink, Donald J.
      Having left the parsonage courtyard, standing at the head of the stairs to street level, one has another view of the belltower.
    • The museum from above 

      Bruggink, Donald J.
      Leaving the museum for "The Oval," also by Tadao Ando, one is able to view the museum from above.
    • Model of Himeji castle 

      Bruggink, Donald J.
      The entire castle complex, showing multiple defensive walls.
    • Multi-storied exterior 

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      The height of the castle was both to emphasize it's importance and wealth along with it's defense.
    • Kyodan church (United Church of Christ in Japan) 

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      During World War II Protestant churches were forced into a single ecclesial communion. Many Protestant churches continued in that union after the war.
    • Pastors' library 

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      The Japanese church is known for it's accademic strength.
    • Roof structure 

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    • "Falling Water" 

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    • 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 ...
    • Church on Mount Rokko 

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      Tadao Ando, architect 1985-86. Connected to the Rokko Oriental Hotel by a long simple covered walkway the church functions primarily as a wedding chapel.