|KEY WORD : architecture / general terms|
| The edges hata 端 on the sides of
grooves, troughs or channels hi 樋 made in a sill or head jamb.
Usually the grooves and edges are made from one piece of timber. Should
they be made of a separate piece of timber with the sides attached, the
edges of the attached pieces are called ukehibata 受樋端 (receiving
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