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Wood rot. Wood rot can be either dry rot, kanshoku Š£I, or wet rot, shisshoku Ž¼I. Wet rot is particularly problematic where dampness and dryness alternate frequently. Areas of Japan that have damp, humid summers and high rainfall suffer from considerable amounts of this type of damage, especially in the roof structures made with bark *hiwadabuki •O”畘, shingles *kokerabuki Š`•˜, or thatch *kayabuki Š•˜.
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