|KEY WORD : architecture / joints|
|A nailed right angled joint made on two crossed structural members by cutting a notch into one timber equal to the width of the timber to be inserted. Both timbers may also be notched, pounded together and nailed to create a tight fit. Kakiuchi differs from the cogged joint *kakikomi 欠込 in the use of nails.|
|uchi 打 or uchikomu 打込, means to drive, pound in.|
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