Isoya Yoshida

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Isoya Yoshida (吉田 五十八 Yoshida Isoya?, December 19, 1894, - March 24, 1974) was a Japanese architect. He graduated from Tokyo Art School (now Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music) in 1923. His style, known as sukiya, combines elements of traditional Japanese architecture and modernist architecture. He was born and died in Tokyo.


  • J. P. Noffsinger (1980). Isoya Yoshida: Modern/Traditional Architect of Japan. Monticello, IL.