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Also read en; also called kakine Š_ª. A generic term for a fence, garden precinct wall, or partition. Some varieties of bamboo take ’|, Japanese bush clover hagi ”‹, brush kanboku ŠÁ–Ø, or azalea tsutsuji çUçP are used for hedges *ikegaki ¶Š_. If the fencing material is cut and dried it is referred to as dead material shinigaki Ž€Š_, and can include such things as embedded bamboo posts hottate-no-take Œ@—§‚Ì’|, posts with bark, or bamboo stake and bamboo reeds takeho ’|•ä, as for example at Katsura Rikyuu Œj—£‹{ in Kyoto, specifically known as katsuragaki ŒjŠ_. Long fences are known as *oogaki ‘åŠ_ and short fences as *sodegaki ‘³Š_. Light fences used to divide a garden are called shikirigaki ŽdØŠ_.
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