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Also kariokidana ‰¼’u’I. Lit. boar's eye shelf. A two-tiered shelf *nijuudana “ñd’I attached to a corner of a tea ceremony room *chashitsu ’ƒŽº in or near the service area *mizuya …‰®, for placing things temporarily. The shelf is characterized by a relatively large cut-out in the board between the two shelves, thought to resemble the shape of a boar's eye. The upper shelf is fashioned from a relatively long rectangular piece of wood with one side cut at an angle to create a narrow end. This end extends considerably beyond the vertical board which is positioned between the upper and lower shelves. The vertical board gives support to the upper shelf and is itself resting on the end of the lower shelf. Examples: Saihouji Shounantei ¼–FŽ›Ã“ì’à (late 16c-17c), Daitokuji Gyokurin-in Sa'an ‘å“¿Ž›‹Ê—щ@–ªˆÁ (early 18c) both in Kyoto..
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