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Kinkakuji

Kinkakuji is the Temple of the Golden Pavilion in Kyoto, Japan. This villa was constructed by Ashikaga Yoshimitsu (the third Ashikaga Shogun r. 1368 - 1394). It was completed the end of the 14th century (around 1397). The building then became a Zen Temple after he died.

A Zen Garden surrounds the building and the lake in the vicinity of Kinkakuji represents the sea.

The pavilion was designed to blend 3 different styles as follows:

1st Floor
Heian era Aristocratic
Villa
- most open spaces
- separated by wooden screens

2nd Floor
(covered with gold leaf)
Warrior residence style
-
bamboo  zhú matted floor
- sliding doors
(today considered as "traditional Japanese architecture")

3rd Floor
(covered with gold leaf)
Chinese-style Zen Temple
- arched windows


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Kinkakuji

Kinkakuji merupakan tokong pavilion emas yang terletak di Kyoto, Jepun. Vila (rumah dengan perkarangan) ini dibina oleh
Ashikaga Yoshimitsu (Shogun Ashikaga ketiga yang memerintah dari 1368 - 1394). Kinkakuji siap dibina pada akhir kurun ke 14 (lebih kurang 1397). Kinkakuji berfungsi sebagai Tokong Zen selepas kematian Ashikaga Yoshimitsu.

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