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A long, wide, double-bay corridor with an open ceiling *keshou yaneura ‰»Ï‰®ª— , that reveals the underside of a roof which has two visible ridge poles *munagi “–Ø. A corridor that connects the east or west separate living quarters, tai-no-ya ‘΂̉®, with the shinden Q“a, the main building of a shinden style structure *shinden-zukuri Q“a‘¢. The futamunerou often served as the master of the house's living quarters, a guest room, and after the beginning of the 13c, as the drawing room in residences of warriors. In this case it was often called a *dei o‹. Shinden residences in the later periods were on a much smaller scale than those in the Heian period. As a result, the futamunerou was still two bays wide, but it did not extent more than five bays in length. The futamunerou replaced both the tai-no-ya and the connecting corridors, watarirou “n˜L. It was used as a passage way from the middle gate to the main part of the domicile.
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