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Refers to the pitch of a roof that is different on the front and back from the pitch of the sides. The hip rafters at the corners cannot bisect them equally into two 45‹angles where they meet the purlins. Hexagonal and octagonal buildings, *rokkakudou ˜ZŠp“° and *hakkakudou ”ªŠp“°, have furesumi type roofs. In contrast, if the corner is bisected equally into two 45‹angles it is called a true corner, masumi ^‹÷.
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