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Also read chien hikaku. Double eaves *futanoki “ñŒ¬, composed of base rafters *jidaruki ’n‚–Ø, and flying rafters *hien daruki ”òž÷‚–Ø. Jidaruki were round or oval in cross section and hien daruki were square. This style came from the Continent and can be widely seen in Korean temple buildings today. After the end of the 8c the use of circular base rafters in Japan gradually waned and both sets were either square or rectangular.
Example : Yakushiji Toutou –òŽtŽ›“Œ“ƒ (8c), Toudaiji Tegaimon “Œ‘厛“]ŠQ–å (8c), both in Nara.
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Yakushiji Toutou –òŽtŽ›“Œ“ƒ (Nara)@Yakushiji Toutou –òŽtŽ›“Œ“ƒ (Nara)
Yakushiji Toutou –òŽtŽ›“Œ“ƒ (Nara)

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