Sone Tatsuzo

曾禰 達蔵

1853 March 1, born in Edo (now Tokyo)
1873 enrollment as one of the first four students to study under Josiah Conder together with Katayama Tokuma, Tatsuno Kingo and Satachi Shichijiro at Imperial College of Engineering (Kobu Daigakko, now the Faculty of Engineering, University of Tokyo)
1879

graduated Department of Building Structure, Imperial College of Engineering,

entered Ministry of Industry

1881

Associate Professor, College of Engineering

1886

entered Imperial Japanese Navy as construction committee member of the Kure Naval District

1890

joined Mitsubishi Corporation after introduction by his mentor Josiah Conder

1892

construction starts at Mitsubishi Ichigokan (Building No.1 - completed 1894) and Nigokan (Building No.2 - completed 1895), designed by Josiah Conder, which is the start of the Marunouchi Brick Office Town

1906

retired from Mitsubishi Corporation,

opened architectural office

1908 established Sone Chujo architectural office together with Chujo Seiichiro
1936 death of his office partner Chujo Seiichiro
1937 December 6, passed away

project list

 

by Sone Chujo architectural office

 

1937

former TANAKA MITSUAKI VILLA (now ODAWARA MUSEUM OF LITERATURE MAIN BUILDING), Odawara city, Kanagawa

1936

SUMITOMO MITSUI BANKING CORPORATION OSAKA CHUO BRANCH, Osaka

KEIO CHILDREN HOUSE, Tokyo, collaborative design with Taniguchi Yoshiro

1935 ATAMI VILLA FOR IWASAKI FAMILY, Atami city, Shizuoka
1934

HIYOSHI CAMPUS, KEIO UNIVERSITY, Yokohama city, Kanagawa

1933

MEIJIYA BUILDING, Tokyo

KODANSHA BUILDING, Tokyo

1930

TOKYO MARINE BUILDING NEW BUILDING, Chiyoda ward, Tokyo, now defunct

1929

DEPARTMENT OF PREVENTIVE MEDICINE, KEIO UNIVERISTY HOSPITAL, Tokyo

1927

EARL OGASAWARA RESIDENCE, Shinjuku ward, Tokyo [Selected Historic Monument of Tokyo]

former MITSUI BANK OTARU BRANCH, Otaru city, Hokkaido

1925 former KAGOSHIMA PREFECTURAL GOVERNMENT BUILDING, Kagoshima city, Kagoshima
1924 MEIJIYA BUILDING, Osaka
1923 YUSEN BUILDING, Tokyo, now defunct
1922 NIPPON OIL BUILDING (former YURAKUKAN), Tokyo, now defunct
1918

TOKYO MARINE BUILDING OLD BUILDING, Chiyoda ward, Tokyo, now defunct

former NIPPON YUSEN BUILDING KOBE BRANCH, Kobe city, Hyogo

1912 KEIO UNIVERSITY LIBRARY, Tokyo [Important Cultural Property]
 
 

as employee of Mitsubishi Corporation

 

1906 former TOKYO SOKO KOBE BRANCH OF HYOGO DISTRICT OFFICE, Kobe city, Hyogo
1904 SENSHOKAKU, Nagasaki city, Nagasaki
1900 former MITSUBISHI BANK KOBE BRANCH, Kobe city, Hyogo
1896~ MITSUBISHI SANGOKAN (Building No.3) to NANAGOKAN (Building No.7), Tokyo, now defunct
1895 MITSUBISHI NIGOKAN (Building No.2), now defunct
1894 MITSUBISHI ICHIGOKAN (Building No.1), demolished but partly rebuilt

1912

KEIO UNIVERSITY LIBRARY [Important Cultural Property]

慶應義塾大学図書館【重文】- Keiōgijuku Daigaku Toshokan [Jūbun]

   address:   Mita, Minato ward, Tokyo
general contractor:   Toda Corporation

1900

former MITSUBISHI BANK KOBE BRANCH (now FAMILIA INC. BUILDING)

旧三菱銀行神戸支店 - Kyū Mitsubishi Ginkō Kōbe Shiten

   address:   1-1-21 Aioi-cho, Chuo ward, Kobe city, Hyogo
source:   [Architectural Map of Osaka / Kobe] page 269