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Also called doushiki chashitsu “°Ž®’ƒŽº. A tea ceremony house which was designed freely according to a tea master's taste. Shoukadou ¼‰Ô“°, built by Shoukadou Shoujou ¼‰Ô“°ºæ (1584-1639) at Izumibou ò–V in Kyoto, and Shichishakudou ŽµŽÚ“° (also called Chouandou ’·ˆÅ“°), built by Kubo Gondayuu ‹v•ÛŒ ‘å•ã (1571-1640) at Nodagou –ì“c‹½ in Nara, are typical examples. Neither belongs to the hut style *souan ‘ˆÁ, or *shoin ‘‰@ style.@Both of these teahouses are built in the hipped style and are roofed with thatch. A Buddhist altar is provided inside, and resembles the interior of a Buddhist hall. Some scholars also consider the circular hearth and doored cupboard, found in the 2 mat room in the small shoin at Manjuin ™ÖŽê‰@, as well as at Shoukokuji Jishouin ‘Š‘Ž›ŽœÆ‰@ and Myoushinji Kaifukuin –­SŽ›ŠC•Ÿ‰@, to be characteristic features of the chadoushiki chashitsu.
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