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A heavy horizontal member attached to the outside of the veranda framework over the veranda struts *tsuka ‘©. Its top surface is even with the veranda floor boards running the length of the veranda. This arrangement is called kure-en žÒ‰. Engamachi, since they are flush with the veranda floor boards, differ from *enkazura ‰Š‹, which are supporting beams set between the struts. If storm shutters *amado ‰JŒË, are intended to be used to enclose the veranda, a single groove is made on top of the engamachi on which the shutters can be pulled out of the storage cupboard *tobukuro ŒË‘Ü, and pushed or pulled along the groove one after the other.
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Old Taguchi “cŒû house
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