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大谷石 Pierre d'Ōya Ōya stone
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Ōya stone (大谷石, Ōya-ishi) is an igneous rock, created from lava and ash. Ōya stone was famously used in the facing of Frank Lloyd Wright's Imperial Hotel in Tokyo. One reason this stone was used is because it has a warm texture and is easily carved, which allows much versatility. Ōya stone can have different colors and is also fireproof. Ōya stone can only be found in an area 4 kilometers to the east and west by 6 kilometers to the north and south around the town of Ōya, near Utsunomiya, but there are reserves of around 600 million tons. 大谷石(おおやいし)は軽石凝灰岩で、栃木県宇都宮市北西部の大谷町付近一帯で採掘される石材である。柔らかく加工がしやすいことから、古くから外壁や土蔵などの建材として使用されてきた。 La pierre d'Ōya (大谷石, Ōya-ishi) est une roche ignée, créé à partir de lave et de cendres, rendue fameuse par l'usage qui en a été fait pour la façade de l'Hôtel impérial réalisé par Frank Lloyd Wright à Tokyo. Une des raisons pour lesquelles cette pierre a été utilisée est parce qu'elle possède une texture chaude et peut facilement être sculptée, ce qui permet beaucoup de polyvalence. Ignifuge, la pierre d'Ōya peut avoir différentes couleurs.
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Ōya stone (大谷石, Ōya-ishi) is an igneous rock, created from lava and ash. Ōya stone was famously used in the facing of Frank Lloyd Wright's Imperial Hotel in Tokyo. One reason this stone was used is because it has a warm texture and is easily carved, which allows much versatility. Ōya stone can have different colors and is also fireproof. Ōya stone can only be found in an area 4 kilometers to the east and west by 6 kilometers to the north and south around the town of Ōya, near Utsunomiya, but there are reserves of around 600 million tons. 大谷石(おおやいし)は軽石凝灰岩で、栃木県宇都宮市北西部の大谷町付近一帯で採掘される石材である。柔らかく加工がしやすいことから、古くから外壁や土蔵などの建材として使用されてきた。 La pierre d'Ōya (大谷石, Ōya-ishi) est une roche ignée, créé à partir de lave et de cendres, rendue fameuse par l'usage qui en a été fait pour la façade de l'Hôtel impérial réalisé par Frank Lloyd Wright à Tokyo. Une des raisons pour lesquelles cette pierre a été utilisée est parce qu'elle possède une texture chaude et peut facilement être sculptée, ce qui permet beaucoup de polyvalence. Ignifuge, la pierre d'Ōya peut avoir différentes couleurs. La pierre d'Ōya ne se trouve que dans une zone de 4 km d'est en ouest par 6 km du nord au sud autour de la ville d'Ōya près d'Utsunomiya dans la préfecture de Tochigi où il s'en trouve des réserves de quelque 600 millions de tonnes
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