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Also pronounced kanaedono, kamaden. A synonym for *kamaya Š˜‰®. A simple structure housing cauldrons kama Š˜ and a cooking range *kamado â}. The kamadono or kamaden was found in shrines ; a famous example being the kamaden at Kibitsu Jinja ‹g”õ’Ð_ŽÐ, and was used as an area to prepare offerings of food shinsen _éa or rice wine sake Žð for the deities enshrined. The term is also used in the medieval satodairi —¢“à— , and applied to the kama area in the residences of the aristocracy from the late Heian period onward and in the Kamakura imperial palace, gosho ŒäŠ, where the Kamakura period Shoguns resided. Here too it was used for food preparation, particularly the boiling of rice. Often prefixed with the honorific o Œä; okamadono ŒäŠ˜“a.
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