Altogether 66 leaves, most printed either recto or verso only but with a few printed on both sides, including general remarks on characteristic features of temple and shrine architecture followed by descriptions and photographs of shrines and temples in Osaka Prefecture designated for governmental protection, including those that date from the Kamakura, Muromachi, Momoyama, and Edo periods, altogether 31 fine photographic plates (some with more than one image per plate). Oblong 4to. Cloth, tie-bound in the Japanese manner. Osaka (Prefectural Government Printing Office) 1929. A very rare work cataloguing many of the most important religious structures in the region. As of August 2014 WorldCat identifies the present work but with a variant transliteration; however, it is unable to locate any copies worldwide. (Inventory #: 47637)
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