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ichimonji gawara@ˆê•¶ŽšŠ¢
KEY WORD :@architecture / roofing tiles
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1@Also called ichimonji nokigawara ˆê•¶ŽšŒ¬Š¢; ichimonnji karakusagawara ˆê•¶Žš“‚‘Š¢. A type of pantile *sangawara ŽVŠ¢, that usually has an undecorated pendant *gatou Š¢“–, along the eave edge. The lower edge of the pendant is straight. Ichimonji tiles are frequently utilized for rustic buildings. See *sukiya ”Šñ‰®.

2@Also Ichimonji sodesumigawara ˆê•¶Žš‘³‹÷Š¢ (one pattern corner sleeve tile). A plain eave-end tile with a straight-edged bottom used at corners and along the barge course *keraba 屉H.

3@Tiles used at the top of some fences. One example is *tsuiji ’z’n.
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