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KEY WORD :@architecture / tea houses
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The eight basic ways of positioning a hearth *ro F, in a tea ceremony room *chashitsu . They include: *yojouhangiri l (a hearth cut in a half-size mat), *daimegiri ڐ (a hearth cut in a small-size mat), these two are called *dero oF meaning a hearth set outside the host's mat ; *mukougiri (a hearth cut inside the host's mat) and *sumiro F (a hearth cut in the host's mat but in the corner of the room). The latter two are called *iriro F. These four arrangements can be placed in a normal position *hongatte {, with the hearth on the left side, the host's place in front of it and guests on the host's right, or in a reverse position *gyakugatte t, with the hearth on the right and the guests to the left of the host. Not all eight positions are widely used however. Generally, the normal positions are used more often, while those in the reverse position are rarely used.
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 sumiro hongatte F{
 sumiro gyakugatte Ft
*ro F
*temaedatami
 _O
*kyakudatami
 q
*ro F
*temaedatami
 _O
*kyakudatami
 q
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  mukougiri hongatte ؖ{
 mukougiri gyakugatte ؋t
*mukou-ita
*ro F
*temaedatami
 _O
*kyakudatami
 q
*mukou-ita
*ro F
*temaedatami
 _O
*kyakudatami
 q
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 daimegiri hongatte ڐؖ{
 daimegiri gyakugatte ڐ؋t
*temaedatami
 _O
*ro F
*kyakudatami
 q
*temaedatami
 _O
*ro F
*kyakudatami
 q
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 yojouhangiri hongatte lؖ{
 yojouhangiri gyakugatte l؋t
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*temaedatami
 _O
*ro F
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*kyakudatami
 q
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*temaedatami
 _O
*ro F
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*kyakudatami
 q

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