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A treatment of the underside of a roof, with thin bamboo placed between rafters under the roof *keshouyaneura ‰»Ï‰®ª— . Seen in tea ceremony houses in the *sukiya ”Šñ‰® style. The rafters usually are placed 92cm apart with the aidaruki centered between them. The rafters may be cylindrical logs or thick giant bamboo. This treatment of the underside of the roof is found most often in structures with eaves that are extended, debisashi o›ù, and in structures with a hard packed earthen floor to increase a sense of rusticity. Sometimes wisteria vines are added, especially to small bamboo rafters called medake —’| (female bamboo). An example is seen in the Gepparou ŒŽ”g˜O of Katsura Rikyuu Œj—£‹{ in Kyoto.
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Koudaiji Shiguretei ‚‘䎛Žž‰J’à (Kyoto)

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