For most visitors, Japanese cities appear as chaotic, not the least due to the lack of an orderly layout pattern,or even an address system as “Westerners” know it. However, there is a different type of order in which invisible features are more significant than the visible ones. Hence, this paper focuses on the way people experience their social and spiritual context in terms of spatial participation.
|Title of host publication||2014 Arts, Humanities & Social Science Proceedings of Hawaii University International Conferences|
|Place of Publication||Untied States|
|Publisher||University of Hawai‘i Press|
|Publication status||Published - 2014|
|Event||The 2014 Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Conference - Hawaii University, Honolulu, United States|
Duration: 4 Jan 2014 → 6 Jan 2014
|Conference||The 2014 Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Conference|
|Period||4/01/14 → 6/01/14|
Sarvimaki, M. (2014). Experiential features of Japanese built environment. In 2014 Arts, Humanities & Social Science Proceedings of Hawaii University International Conferences Untied States: University of Hawai‘i Press.