Inage Ryouen Crematorium and Temple by Eitaro Satake and Shinichiro Yamada

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DESIGN DETAILS
DESIGN NAME:
Inage Ryouen

PRIMARY FUNCTION:
Crematorium and Temple

INSPIRATION:
In Japan, with the aging of baby boomers, the number of deaths has doubled from 1980 to 2020, and has exceeded 1.3 million. Also, due to the low birthrate and aging population, urbanization, and change in family structure, there is a growing need for a solution to the shortage of graves in urban areas and memorial halls that are easy to visit and respect individuality.

UNIQUE PROPERTIES / PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Inage ryouen is the first grave-type mechanical ossuary in Japan and it is a memorial architecture for bereaved families to conduct the funeral ceremony and pay their respect. Change in lifestyle and urbanization creates a need for a change from a traditional local graveyard to an easy access urban ossuary. Inage ryouen is a solution to the urban grave shortage, and memorial halls that are easy to visit. It has been designed so that it does not feel like a machine, and this indoor cemetery is as close as possible to a traditional grave site.

OPERATION / FLOW / INTERACTION:
Conventional mechanical cemeteries have a small niche/ locker columbarium, whereas here the remains are stored under the tombstone. We developed a new system with Toyota L&F that allows us to secure storage space in the basement, just like traditional graves. A solution to the shortage of graves in urban area, and memorial halls that are easy to visit and respect individuality, located near the Tokyo Metropolitan city.

PROJECT DURATION AND LOCATION:
Project completed in 15/03/2018 Project Location: 3-7-5 Inage Higashi, Inage-ku, Chiba-shi, Chiba, Japan

FITS BEST INTO CATEGORY:
Architecture, Building and Structure Design

PRODUCTION / REALIZATION TECHNOLOGY:
Conventional mechanical cemeteries have a small niche/ locker columbarium, whereas here the remains are stored under the tombstone. We developed a new system with Toyota L&F that allows us to secure storage space in the basement, just like traditional graves. Natural materials such as stone, wood, and paper were used for the construction, architectural and interior design such as furniture, signage, gravestone materials, and also transport systems.

SPECIFICATIONS / TECHNICAL PROPERTIES:
It is located around Tokyo, 1440 square meters in area, 2740 square meters in floor space, 3 stories above the steel frame. The garden and the ossuary are arranged on the roof, the second floor is a temple and the first floor is a lounge. Lounge, Temple, Rooftop Garden and Worship Room with distinct functions on each floor for stress-free funerals and memorial services.

TAGS:
temple,columbarium, ossuary, memorial hall, Inage, Inage ryouen, STAR, Japan

RESEARCH ABSTRACT:
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CHALLENGE:
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ADDED DATE:
2020-06-29 08:56:51

TEAM MEMBERS (1) :
Shinichiro Yamada and Eitaro Satake

IMAGE CREDITS:
Photographer Kai Nakamura, 2018

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CLIENT/STUDIO/BRAND DETAILS
NAME:
Bishamondo

PROFILE:
Bishamondo is a religious corporation that provides ossuary, funeral and memorial services, all at one place called Inage Ryouen.

NOMINATION DETAILS

Inage Ryouen Crematorium and Temple by Eitaro Satake and Shinichiro Yamada is a Nominee in Architecture, Building and Structure Design Category.

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AWARD DETAILS

Inage Ryouen Crematorium and Temple by Eitaro Satake and Shinichiro Yamada is Winner in Architecture, Building and Structure Design Category, 2020 - 2021.



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