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Lit. picture horse hall.
Also called emaden ŠG”n“a; emadokoro ŠG”nŠ or gakuden Šz“a (frame hall), because originally the pictures were shaped like a frame.
Emadou are halls filled with *ema ŠG”n of various sizes. It is not clear when special buildings were erected for ema. Extant examples date only from the proto-modern period: Yasaka Jinja ”ªâ_ŽÐ Emaden, Kitano Tenmanguu –k–ì“V–ž‹{ Emadokoro (1608), both in Kyoto; Kotohiraguu ‹à“”ä—…‹{ Emadou (1748), in Kagawa prefecture.
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Kitano Tenmanguu Emadokoro –k–ì“V–ž‹{ŠG”nŠ(Kyoto)

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