Kariwari is one of the typical Papuan traditional houses, namely the traditional house of the Tobati-Enggros people who live around Youtefa Bay and Lake Sentani, Jayapura. Different from the shape of other traditional Papuan houses - such as the honai which is round - the Kariwari house is shaped like an octagonal pyramid. Kariwari houses are usually made of bamboo, iron wood and forest sago leaves. The Kariwari House consists of two floors and three rooms or three rooms, each with a different function. The architecture of the Kariwari house is also considered very distinctive and is an important symbol of Papuan culture, making it iconic on the Papua pavilion at Taman Mini Indonesia Indah. The Kariwari house is not like the Honai house which can be lived in by anyone, it cannot even be the residence of the tribal chief - unlike the Honai house which has political and legal functions. The Kariwari house is more specifically a place of education and worship, therefore the position of the Kariwari house in the Tobati-Enggros tribe community is considered a sacred and holy place. The Kariwari House is specifically intended for the education of teenage boys. It is at the Kariwari House that every teenage boy who has reached the age of at least twelve years begins to be gathered and trained to learn about the life of an adult man in the future, such as earning a living, being responsible responsibility to family, and so on. With this education, young men are expected to become strong, responsible and skilled adult men in the future. The skills taught usually include hunting, sculpting, farming, making weapons, and even fighting techniques. The Kariwari House is not intended as a residence or residence for residents, this house functions more as a house of worship or spiritual activity center for the Tobati-Enggros Tribe and also a center for educational activities for teenage boys as previously explained. Due to its function being close to spiritual activities, the Kariwari house has an important position in maintaining the continuity of Papuan culture, especially the Tobati-Enggros tribe. Apart from that, the function of education for the next generation of the Tobati-Enggros tribe is also very important, because the abilities or skills taught in Kariwari homes are traditional skills that are not taught in formal education institutions.

 Judul Jurnal  Jurnal Kariwari
 Ruang Lingkup  " "
 Bahasa  Indonesia & English
 E-ISSN  xxxx-xxxx
 Frekuensi  2 kali dalam setahun
 OAI https://ejurnal.stpk-jayapura.ac.id/index.php/stpk/oai
 Pimpinan Redaksi  Dominika Rotua Sinaga, S.Psi., MA
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 Analisis Sitasi  Google Scholar

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