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Measurements of a Buddhist statue and attachments. They include:
soukou ‘‚: full height including the pedestal.
zoukou ‘œ‚: height of ai statue itself.
hassaidaka ”¯Û‚: height from the edge of the hair on the forehead to the feet. Traditionally the standard heights such as *jouroku ä˜Z and *toushin “™g have been determined by this measurement.
zaoku ¿‰œ: depth.
byakugoukou ”’Ÿ|‚: height from the curl of white hair on the forehead *byakugou ”’Ÿ|.
chouago ’¸Š{ (also read itadakiago): height from the top of the head to the bottom of the jaws.
hassaiago ”¯ÛŠ{: height between the edge of the hair on the forehead and the bottom of the jaws.
menchou –Ê’·: length of the face.
menhaba –Ê•: width of the face.
mimihari Ž¨’£: width between the ears.
hijihari ä]’£: width between the elbows.
munaoku ‹¹‰œ: depth (length between the front and back) of the breast.
haraoku • ‰œ: depth (length between the front and back) of the abdomen.
hizataka •G‚: height from the knee.
hizahari •G’£: width between the two knees.
susohari ž’£: width of the skirt.
ashisakibiraki ‘«æŠJ: width between two toes.
kouhaidaka Œõ”w‚: height of halo.
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