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A structural framework for a roof that has a gable pediment arranged in a similar structure as the bottle shaped strut kouryou kaerumata taiheizuka 富ґr. In this case, frog-leg struts *kaerumata 富, are used on top of the rainbow beams *kouryou , instead of bottle struts *taiheizuka r. The simplest form of this framework uses one rainbow beam and a single frog-leg strut centered to carry the ridge. If two rainbow beams are used, one above the other, and separated by frog-leg struts, the upper rainbow beam carries the frog-leg strut through which the ridge passes. In this case the assemblage is called *nijuukouryou kaerumata d富. This type of support was very popular from the 8c onward, especially for temple buildings. Bottle struts were introduced with the establishment of the Zen T sect during the 13c. Example: Houryuuji Touin Denpoudou @@`@ (8c) Nara
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