Lecturer at Department of Architecture Faculty of Engineering Brawijaya University
This study began through a collection of materials based on Kyôtofu no kinsei shaji kinkyû chôsa hôkokusho (Survey reports on Edô period temples and shrines in Kyôto prefecture), Jûyô bunkazai shûri kôji hôkokusho (Repair and reconstruction reports on the important cultural properties), other historical records, and field research.
In accordance with the selected abbot’s quarters, this study will classify the development and change in the plans, sanctuary, veranda and interior design of the abbot’s quarters (hôjô). This will be done based on restoration plans. From the restoration plans, it is possible to deduce the reason for change and trace the various developments.
There were several forms of sanctuary in around Bunmei 19  up to Bunka 14 . The forms are as follows: first, where the front of sanctuary is extended out by 1 ken to set the Buddhist altar. Second, the Buddhist altar is set at the rear side of the innermost sanctuary. Finally, the sanctuary is arranged freely without Buddhist altar.
Key words: development and change, abbot’s quarter, Rinzai Zen sect, Buddhist monastery
Antariksa, 2006. Study on the Development and Change in the Plans of Sanctuary and Veranda of the Abbot’s Quarter (hôjô) of Rinzai Zen Sect Buddhist Monastery in Kyoto, Jurnal RUAS Jurusan Arsitektur dan Jurusan PWK Fakultas Teknik Universitas Brawijaya, Volume 4, Nomor 1, Juni, hlm. 64-71. ISSN: 1693-3702.