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1@The second layer of tiles that is curved and set at a same angle to the first layer of tiles, dainoshi ‘äà‘“l, which are laid over the ridge beam *munagi “–Ø. On top of the hada noshigawara are the shorter slightly curved tiles called warinoshi Š„à‘“l, which are stacked at an angle which closely follows the angle of the hada noshigawara. The first warinoshi tile is called itonoshi Ž…à‘“l. There appears to be no hard and fast rule for the number of warinoshi ; this depends on the curvature of the main ridge munagi , and the size of the building. The uppermost layer of tiles is called amenoshi ‰Jà‘“l and the ridge cover tiles are called *fusumagawara •šŠÔŠ¢ or *munegawara “Š¢.

2@A thick plank or tiles used to keep the top side of the short, thick, outward sloping eave-like boards securely in place on a cypress bark roof. When tiles are used for this purpose, they are also called hada noshigawara; when planks are used, they are called *aori-ita á“D”Â.
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