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The part of a lotus-petal base *rengeza ˜@‰ØÀ, for a Buddhist image into which the lotus petals *renben ˜@•Ù, are inserted. The fukijiku itself is shaped like a dish with holes in it and is placed below the center of the lotus *renniku ˜@“÷. It is usually not visible as it is concealed by the petals. The fukijiku was used in the Nara and early Heian periods, but after the mid-Heian period, the lotus petals were usually inserted directly into the renniku and the fukijiku was omitted.
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