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Same meaning as imomeji ˆð–Ú’n.

1@A straight-line, end-to-end blind stub tenon *hozo ‚Ù‚¼ and mortise *hozoana ‚Ù‚¼ŒŠ joint used in wood construction to attach two members. The butt joint that results is used, for example, in board and batten ceilings *saobuchi tenjou ž¨‰“Vˆä. See *tsukitsuke “Ë•t, *hagi ”Š.


2@Stones, bricks or sods arranged in a straight line is also called imomeji.

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