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Lit straight line roof. Roofs without any curved surfaces. A hip roof *yosemune-zukuri Šñ“‘¢, for example, that has straight lines on all four of the descending corner ridges *sumikudarimune ‹÷~“. Roof curves are not used for traditional vernacular dwellings *minka –¯‰Æ, warriors' dwellings buke yashiki •‰Æ‰®•~ (see *buke-zukuri •‰Æ‘¢), or shrines *jinja _ŽÐ with gable roofs *kirizuma-zukuri ØÈ‘¢ in the shinmei style *shinmei-zukuri _–¾‘¢, ootori style *ootori-zukuri ‘å’¹‘¢ and sumiyoshi style *sumiyoshi-zukuri Z‹g‘¢. The following are examples of chokusen yane.

On minka
1@A gable type roof in the praying hands style *gasshou-zukuri ‡¶‘¢ made of thatch *kayabuki Š•˜ (Edo period), Toyama prefecture.
2@The old Taniyama ’JŽR family dwelling tiled gable roof *hongawarabuki –{Š¢•˜ (Edo period), Wakayama prefecture.

On buke yashiki
1@Long gate with living guarters nagayamon ’·‰®–å belonging to middle class warrior chuukyuu bushi ’†‹‰•Žm (Edo period), Ishikawa prefecture. The roof is covered with pantiles *sangawarabuki ŽVŠ¢•˜.

On jinja
1@Nishina Shinmeiguu m‰È_–¾‹{ (1636), Nagano prefecture, shinmei-zukuri, cypress bark shingled roof *hiwadabuki •O”畘.
2@Sumiyoshi Taisha Honden Z‹g‘åŽÐ–{“a (1810), Osaka, sumiyoshi-zukuri, hiwadabuki.
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