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MIZOGUCHI Masato

FacultyGraduate School of Design and Architecture Architecture and Urban Design
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Education

  •   1990 04  - 1993 03 , Nagoya University
  •   1982  - 1984 , Nagoya University, Graduate school of Engineering
  •   1978  - 1982 , Nagoya University, Faculty of Engieering, Department of Architecture

Association Memberships

  • ARCHITECTURAL INSTITUTE OF JAPAN

Academic & Professional Experience

  •   2011  - 2017 , Nagoya City University, Graduate School of Design and Architecture, Professor
  •   1996  - 2011 , Nagoya City University, Graduate School of Design and Architecture, Associate Professor

Research Activities

Research Areas

  • Architecture and building engineering, Town planning/Architectural planning
  • Architecture and building engineering, Architectural history/Design

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  • On the architectural and Spatial aspect of Japanese Palace, Masato Mizoguchi, Bulletin Graduate school of design and architecture Nagoya City University, (17) 41 - 51,   2013 03
  • 609 A study on Special Formation of Hunan Province Rural House in Hunan Province China, ITAMI Yusuke, MIZOGUCHI Masato, (50) 749 - 752,   2012 02 18
  • 612 A study of Ichikawa house in Nisshin city, Aichi, MOCHIZUKI Mariko, MIZOGUCHI Masato, OHASHI Masahiro, MUKAIGUCHI Takeshi, (50) 761 - 764,   2012 02 18
  • 614 About the NISHI TAKAGI'S GOVERNMENTAL RESIDENCE(JINYA) : downsizing in the Meiji early stages, OHASHI Masahiro, MIZOGUCHI Masato, (50) 769 - 772,   2012 02 18
  • 601 A Study on the design of Bank Office in Aichi Prefecture from the last ofMeiji to Taisho era, MIZOGUCHI Masato, MUKAIGUCHI Takeshi, YANAGISAWA Hiroe, (49) 705 - 708,   2011 02 19
  • 612 On the formation of the NishiTakagi's residence from the analysis of 「Takagi-sanke tyoukanzu」, OHASHI Masahiro, MIZOGUTI Masato, (49) 749 - 752,   2011 02 19
  • 602 A Study on the Restortion of the Murase Bank Inuyama Branch Office, MIZOGUCHI Masato, MUKAIGUCHI Takeshi, YANAGISAWA Hiroe, (48) 601 - 604,   2010 02 20
  • 604 A study on the roof directions of Asuke town, FUJITANI Miki, MOCHIZUKI Mariko, MIZOGUCHI Masato, ITO Yasuyuki, MUKAIGUCHI Takeshi, (48) 609 - 612,   2010 02 20
  • 609 A study on the Serving space of Modern Houses during the Taisyo Era to early Showa Era : In the case of Discription in the Journal of "JYUTAKU", TONAI Masae, MIZOGUCHI Masato, (48) 629 - 632,   2010 02 20
  • 614 Japanese equivalent for 'Order' in Architecture in the Meiji era, HASHIZUME Hiromi, MIZOGUCHI Masato, (47) 693 - 696,   2009 02 14
  • 602 On Sanmon (the main gate) of Ryu-un-in Temple in Toukai City, MIZOGUCHI Masato, (47) 645 - 648,   2009 02 14
  • ON THE DESIGN OF THE WESTERN-STYLE ARCHITECTURE DRAWN IN THE CARPENTRY BOOK 'KIKU-JUNJO-TAISHO-SHIN-HINAGATA-TIZAEN' BY KICHIROBEI KAMEDA, YANAGISAWA Hiroe, MIZOGUCHI Masato, Journal of architecture and planning, 73, (625) 663 - 668,   2008 03 30 , The purpose of this study is to investigate the design methods for building the western-style architecture through the Japanese carpentry books published in the Meiji period. The western-style architecture was built to imitate the western architecture by Japanese carpenters with disregard to its historical background after the end of the Tokugawa period. Early studies did not verify how the traditional technique had been introduced into the design method of western-style architecture. We clarified that Kichirobei Kameda, the master carpenter in Fukuoka, had applied the traditional design te...
  • 605 A STUDY OF THE PLANS ON THE NISHI TAKAGI'S GOVERNMENTAL RESIDENCE(JINYA) IN TENPOU ERAS, OHASHI Masahiro, MIZOGUTI Masato, YANAGISAWA Hiroe, (46) 717 - 720,   2008 02 16
  • 606 A STUDY ON THE NISHI TAKAGI'S GOVERNMENTAL RESIDENCE(JINYA), OHASHI Masahiro, MIZOGUTI Masato, YANAGISAWA Hiroe, (46) 721 - 724,   2008 02 16
  • 607 On Meiji Postal Office Building in Anjo City, MIZOGUCHI Masato, NISHIZAWA Yasuhiko, YANAGISAWA Hiroe, (46) 725 - 728,   2008 02 16
  • 608 On the Miyakawas house in Kita ward, HAGINAKA Hisaki, MIZOGUCHI Masato, YANAGISAWA Hiroe, (46) 729 - 732,   2008 02 16
  • 9203 The original of Design of Hospital architecture in the hinagata Book "Kikujyunjyo-Hinagata-Taizen"., Yanagisawa Hiroe, Mizoguchi Masato, Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. F-2, History and theory of architecture, 2007,   2007 07 31
  • 9204 A study on publication and reprint of "Bijyutsuteki-Kenchiku", HASHIZUME Hiromi, MIZOGUCHI Masato, YANAGISAWA HIROE, Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. F-2, History and theory of architecture, 2007,   2007 07 31
  • A FORM AND CONTENT OF THE WESTERN ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN IN THE CARPENTRY BOOKS IN MEIJI PERIOD, YANAGISAWA Hiroe, MIZOGUCHI Masato, Journal of architecture and planning, (613) 197 - 202,   2007 03 30 , In Meiji period, The Western architectural design was newly inserted in "HINAGATA" book that was guidebook for Japanese carpenter. The special characteristics of the form and content of the Western architectural designs in the total plans found in "HINAGATA "books are analyzed in this paper. It is pointed out that the principle of proportion are described in a book, and also that correlation the design of the total plan with that of the detail plan are found in some books. As those characteristics of the form and content are similar to "KIWARI" which was design system before Meiji period, w...
  • 606 A Study on The Floor Plan of The Formal Buildings in Reizei-Madenokouji-dono, MIZOGUCHI Masato, (45) 709 - 712,   2007 02
  • 607 A Study on The Size of Intercolmunations of The Formal Buildings in Reizei-Madenokouji-dono, MIZOGUCHI Masato, (45) 713 - 716,   2007 02
  • 603 A STUDY ON THE CHANGE OF THE OLD HOTTA HOUSE, ONO Izumi, MIZOGUTI Masato, YANAGISAWA Hiroe, (44) 741 - 744,   2006 02
  • 604 THE CHANGE OF THE PLAN IN NAKAMURA YUKAKU BUILDING, KATO Hirotaka, MIZOGUTI Masato, YANAGISAWA Hiroe, (44) 745 - 748,   2006 02
  • 605 ON THE BUILDING PROSESS OF THE FORMER NUIUEMON KASUYA'S HOUSE, MIZOGUCHI Masato, (44) 749 - 752,   2006 02
  • 9146 Comparative study on first edition and reprint book of 'kikukaitei' in the Meiji era, YANAGISAWA hiroe, MIZOGUCHI masato, Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. F-2, History and theory of architecture, 2005,   2005 07 31
  • ON THE ARCHITECTURAL GENEALOGY OF THE TEMPORARY IMPERIAL PALACES CALLED AS "DAIRI-NO-TEI" : A study on the architectural style of the temporary Imperial Palaces Part 2, MIZOGUCHI Masato, Journal of architecture and planning, (588) 153 - 160,   2005 02 28 , The characteristics of the building arrangement and the architectural genealogy of the temporary imperial palaces called "dairi-no-tei" in the Heian era are analyzed in this paper. Imperial Palace consist of two main buildings called Sisinden(front side) and Jijuden(back side). Jijuden was used as the main space in daily life for Emperor and in the ceremony for celebrating completion. But in the temporary imperial palaces except "dairi-no-tei" as well as in the aristocratic residences, only Sinden(main building) was used as main space in daily life and ceremony. This shows the difference in...
  • 605 Design Method of the Western Style in the book of carpenter techniques in the Meiji era, Yanagisawa Hiroe, Mizoguchi Masato, (43) 725 - 728,   2005 02
  • 9087 A study on Tomita's former residence in Motojuku town Okazaki city : The residence of local magistrate in direct retainer, SASAKI Tomoya, IWATA Toshiya, MIZOGUTI Masato, SUGINO Noboru, Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. F-2, History and theory of architecture, 2004,   2004 07 31
  • 9118 On the Drawing on the Back of the Report in October, Kakitsu 2 in Yasutomiki, MIZOGUCHI Masato, Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. F-2, History and theory of architecture, 2004,   2004 07 31
  • 607 A STUDY ON THE THEATER BUILDING "TOU-UN-ZA" IN KANI CITY, MIZIGUCHI Masato, (42) 769 - 772,   2004 02 14
  • 606 A STUDY ON THE STAGE BUILDINGS FOR THE NOUSON-KABUKI IN KANI CATY, Mizoguchi Masato, (41) 861 - 864,   2003 02 15
  • 614 THE PREMISE ON THE RESTORATION OF THE FLOOR PLAN OF HIGASHI-SANJOU-DONO, Mizoguchi Masato, (41) 893 - 896,   2003 02 15
  • A STUDY ON THE FLOOR PLAN OF THE SINDEN OF ROKUJO-HORIKAWA-DONO, MIZOGUCHI Masato, (40) 805 - 808,   2002 02 16
  • On the Construction Process of the Main Schoolhouse of KUKURI Elementary School, ANDO Daisuke, MIZOGUCHI Masato, (40) 825 - 828,   2002 02 16
  • 601. THE DIMENSIONS OF INTERCOLUMNATIONS OF THE BUILDINGS IN KAN-IN, Mizoguchi Masato, (38) 821 - 824,   2000 02 19
  • 607 A Study on the Library of Shinpukuji Temple at Osu, Nagoya, NONOGAKI Atsushi, MIZOGUCHI Masato, (37) 921 - 924,   1999 02 13
  • A Study on the Ura-Tsuiji of the Temporary Imperial Palaces, MIZOGUCHI Masato, Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. F-2, History and theory of architecture, 1998,   1998 07 30
  • THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SITES OF THEATRES AND URBAN FORM : A study of architectural planning in the Chinese modern theatre Part2, QIAN Qiang, SHIMIZU Hiroyuki, MIZOGUCHI Masato, NONOGAKI Atsushi, WATANABE Hinako, OTSUKI Atsushi, Journal of architecture,planning and environmental engineering, (505) 105 - 112,   1998 03 30 , The aim of this study is to understand the relationship between sites of theatres and urban form under the socialist system. We analysed the sites and distribution of 251 theatres in Peiking and Shianghai according to the investigating and hearing. We realized the following items: 1) From a visual point of urban form, theatres have three types which are (1) the theatres in the street, (2) the halls in the area of working groups and (3) the theatres in the housing estates. 2) Now many problems have been appearing about the theatres and halls of (2) and (3).
  • ON THE BUILDING ARRANGEMENT OF THE TEMPORARY IMPERIAL PALACES IN TERMS OF THE COMPLETION CELEBRATING CEREMONY : A study on the architectural style of the temporary imperial palaces Part1, MIZOGUCHI Masato, Journal of architecture,planning and environmental engineering, (504) 195 - 202,   1998 02 28 , In this paper the building arrangiment of Parmanent Imperial Palace and the upper class aristocratic residences is analyzed through the documents of the completion celebrating ceremony, to make clear the difference between them in Heian era. In Parmanent Imperial Palace, Jijuden located at the north side of Sisinden(main buildimg) was used as the main space in the completion celebrating ceremony. But in most of the temporary Imperial Palaces as well as the upper class aristocratic residences Sinden(main buildimg) was used as main spase. This shows the particularity of Parmanent Imperial Pal...
  • 411 A CASE STUDY ON THE SERICULTURAL FARM HOUSE IN MINOKAMO CITY, (36) 565 - 568,   1998 02 13
  • DISCUSSION ON RESERCH ACTIVITY PUBLISHED AS "THE JODAN AND THE FLOOR PLAN OF PRINCE FUSHIMINOMIYA SADAFUSA'S PALACE, USED AS A TEMPORALY IMPERIAL PALACE", MIZOGUCHI Masato, Journal of architecture,planning and environmental engineering, (494) 285 - 286,   1997 04 30 , In Suzuki's paper the floor plan is restored on the premises that the plan was square and the rooms were embedded in this square plan. But it is clear that these premises are not proper from the interpretations of the descriptions of the diaries.
  • ARCHITECTUAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE BABA-DONO IN THE EX-EMPERORS' PALACES : A study on the Baba-Dono Part 2, MIZOGUCHI Masato, Journal of architecture,planning and environmental engineering, (488) 195 - 202,   1996 10 30 , From late Heian to early Kamakura periods. "baba-dono", facilities for spectators of horse racing were built in the ex-emperors' palaces. The spatial characteristics and architectual developments of "baba-dono" in the ex-emperors' palaces are analyzed in this paper. It is pointed out that "baba-dono" was introduced to the ex-emperors' palaces built in the suburbs of Heian-kyo as a space for the events of amusement. As its existence gradually became popular, it was introduced to the daily space of the ex-emperors, and was transformed to a facility for ordinary meeting of amusement.
  • On the planningand practice of the park : A study on the reconstruction after World War II in Nagoya city(I), MUKAIGUCHI Takeshi, HOTTA Yoshihiro, MIZOGUCHI Masato, KATAGI Atsushi, Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. F-1, Urban planning, building economics and housing problems, 1996,   1996 07 30
  • On the effect of the block against fire on the reconstractional plan before or during World War II : A study on the reconstracton after World War II, TATENO Masaaki, Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. F-1, Urban planning, building economics and housing problems, 1996,   1996 07 30
  • On the planning and practice of the roads and blocks : A study on the redonstruction after World War II in Nagoya city(III), SHIMIZU Masahiro, HOTTA Masahiro, MIZOGUCHI Masato, KAAGI Atsushi, Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. F-1, Urban planning, building economics and housing problems, 1996,   1996 07 30
  • On the building arrangement of the temporary Imperial Palaces in terms of the completion delebrating ceremony, Mizoguchi Masato, Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. F, Urban planning, building economics and housing problems, history and theory of architecture, 1994,   1994 07 25
  • THE BABA-DONO IN THE IMPERIAL AND REGENT PALACES : Studies on the baba-dono Part 1, MIZOGUCHI Masato, Journal of architecture, planning and environmental engineering, (446) 145 - 153,   1993 04 30 , In Heian period "baba-dono", facility for spectators of horse racing was built in the imperial and regent palaces. The spacial characteristics and fanctions of "baba-dono" are analyzed in this paper. It is pointed out that "baba-dono" was established as a stage of state ceremony and conceived as a symbol of the imperial power in the imperial palace. As the political power was moved to the regent aristcrats, it was gradually introduced to their palaces, and was transformed to a space for the events of amusement.
  • A study on the building style in Heian period, MIZOGUCHI Masato, Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. F, Urban planning, building economics and housing problems, history and theory of architecture, 1992,   1992 08 01
  • 9002 A Study on the antecedents of Shijoko-do in Sanjo-Shirakawa-bo temple, Mizoguchi Masato, (32) 953 - 956,   1992 06 02
  • 9083 The concept of the formation of buildings on Ex-Emperor Gotoba's residence Nijo-dono(HISTORY AND THEORY OF ARCHITECTURE), MIZOGUCHI Masato, Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. F, Urban planning, building economics and housing problems, history and theory of architecture, 1991,   1991 08 01
  • 9039 A Study on the Planning of Tai-dai : Using the example of Ex-Emperor Gotoba's Besidence, MIZOGUCHI Masato, (31) 945 - 948,   1991 05 07
  • Rotation of Learning Style : New Practice Space in Primary School No.1, MIZOGUCHI Masato, 58, (0) 1505 - 1506,   1983 09
  • Survey of Space, Material, Equipment for Practice : New Practice Space in Primary School No.2, SHIMIZU Eiko, 58, (0) 1507 - 1508,   1983 09
  • Proposal of Space, Material, Equipment for Practice : New Practice Space in Primary School No.3, SUZUKI Kenichi, 58, (0) 1509 - 1510,   1983 09


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