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旧開基堂 (Kyū Kaiki Dō)

旧開基堂は広島県福山市の宗教施設。同地近くに位置する神勝寺の関連施設だったらしい。産業廃棄物処理施設の入口横の坂道を下り、沼を通り過ぎた先に位置する。 「開基堂」とは一般的に寺社およびその開設者(開基)に関する資料館のことを言う。現在は神勝寺の国際禅道場付近に同名施設があり、保管されていた資料類はそちらに移転されていると見られる。 建物自体は1966~1975年に建築。 1970年に建立。翌年より開基の神原秀夫氏が居住する(ただし、2年ほどで神勝寺側の月光院という建物に移住し、そのまま逝去まで居住)。そのため、開基堂ではあるものの「資料館」としての性格は薄かった可能性がある。 住宅地図では1990年版より現在あるすべての施設が現れる。少なくとも2013年版では掲載されており、空白になるのは2017年版からだが、現在の荒廃度合いからして、不使用状態になったのはそれ以前であると考えられる。 山門は屋根瓦の破損・崩落等はほとんど見られないが、外壁の大半は剥落しており、骨組みが露になっている。門中心部には柱の一部と見られる太い木材が置かれている。 その先は広場、その正面に開基堂本体があるが、玄関扉が完全に取り払われており、周辺の窓も開け放され瓦礫や木材が散乱している。 内部は椅子やテーブル、木材や畳、床板等があちこちに積み上げられている。また冷蔵庫、ストーブやテレビ等の家電類、展示棚等が大量に置かれている。解体途中で中断され、廃棄物の保管場所となっている形跡が見られる。 開基堂本体の横には、観光客向けの土産物が保管を留置していたと見られる保管庫兼作業場らしい小規模の建物がある。 少し離れて庵のような建物があり、外壁・天井が大きく崩れ、内部には机類が重ねられている。左右の建物が渡り廊下で結ばれており、どちらも障子があちこち剥がれて内部がむき出しになっている。畳はすべて剥がされており、外壁に立てかけられるか室内に放置されており、解体作業が中断されたような様子である。 周辺の竹林部分には2箇所門が設けられている。一応どちらも形態は保っているものの、屋根部分は落葉が積もり一部剥落している。 (※参考「神勝寺略史」「神原秀夫伝」)

Former Kaikyodo

Former Kaiyodo is a religious institution in Fukuyama City, Hiroshima Prefecture. It seems that it was a related facility of Shinshoji Temple located near the same place. It is located down the slope next to the entrance of the industrial waste treatment facility and past the swamp. "Kaikido" generally refers to a museum of temples and shrines and their founders (Kaiki). Currently, there is a facility of the same name near Kokusai Zen Dojo in Shinshoji Temple, and the stored materials are likely to have been moved there. The building itself was built between 1966 and 1975. Established in 1970. From the following year, Hideo Kamihara, the founder of the foundation, will live (however, he will move to a building called Gekkoin on the side of Shinshoji Temple in about two years and stay there until his death). For this reason, it is possible that although it was a Kaiki-do, its character as a "archive" was weak. The house map shows all the facilities that are present since the 1990 edition. It is listed at least in the 2013 edition, and will be blank from the 2017 edition, but due to the current degree of devastation, it is considered that it became unused before that time. At the gate, the roof tiles are hardly damaged or collapsed, but most of the outer walls are peeled off and the framework is exposed. At the center of the gate is a thick piece of timber that appears to be part of a pillar. There is a square in front of the square, and the main building is in front of it. The entrance door has been completely removed, and the surrounding windows have been left open, scattered rubble and wood. Inside, chairs, tables, wood, tatami mats, floorboards, etc. are stacked here and there. In addition, refrigerators, home appliances such as stoves and televisions, and display shelves are placed in large quantities. There is evidence that it was suspended during demolition and has become a waste storage area. Next to the main building, there is a small building that seems to be a storage and work place where souvenirs for tourists are believed to have been kept. There is a building like a hermitage a little away, the outer walls and ceiling are greatly collapsed, and desks are piled inside. The left and right buildings are connected by a crossing corridor, and in both cases, shoji screens are peeled around and the inside is exposed. The tatami mats are all peeled off, leaning against the outer wall or being left indoors, as if demolition work had been suspended. There are two gates in the surrounding bamboo grove. For the time being, both forms retain their shape, but the roof part has fallen leaves and some have fallen off. (* Reference: "Shoji Shoshinji" "Hideo Kamihara")

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