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Also written ۑ, also called yoshinomado g쑋. A window which is circular or a circular window with a flat bottom edge. There are many varieties of round windows. Some are cut into a wall and are finished with, lattice inserted into the wall material. Some have either sliding or hanging *shouji q. The sliding shouji may be single or double paneled. If the round window is over 1.5m in diameter, it is called oomarumado ۑ or ~. It does not have a lath backing and is used to view nature and for lighting. Marumado are found in the shoin style *shoin-zukuri @ and in tea architecture. Example: Daigoji Sanbouin Shougetsutei 펛O@ in Kyoto.
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Meigetsuin Hondou @{ (Kanagawa)
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Koudaiji Shiguretei 䎛J (Kyoto)

Koudaiji Ihou'an 䎛F (Kyoto)
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Soufukuji Daiyuuhouden Ya (Nagasaki)
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