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Also written hashibame [. Narrow long strips of wood made to cover the top and bottom of doors composed of several vertical planks itado Œ, the cut ends of paneled doors *itakarado “, and staggered shelving *chigaidana ႢI. These strips of wood prevent warping from expansion and contraction due to seasonal heat and cold, and general weathering from wind and rain. This technique is practiced for both single-piece and jointed doors. Usually both ends are mitered *tome at a 45 degree angle. The oldest hashibami method used wooden clamps like those found on the *Tamamushi no zushi ʒ~q(mid-7c) owned by Houryuuji @, and on doors at Houryuuji Touin Denpoudou @@`@ (8c), in Nara. There are many variations including honzane hashibame {[, a true tongue and groove, and arikatazane hashibame a`[, a tongue and groove joint in a dovetail shape.
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Houryuuji Touin Yumedono @@a (Nara) @
Houryuuji Touin Yumedono @@a (Nara)
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