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A roofed passageway that runs from front to back in a long building. One example separates the *Shariden ŽÉ—˜“a and Eden ŠG“a in the east precinct at Houryuuji Touin –@—²Ž›“Œ‰@, Nara. The back and front ends of the passage are open and may have a wooden or hardpacked earthen floor. Medou are not restricted to temple buildings but also join separate worship halls *warihaiden Š„”q“a at Shinto shrines, as for example, at Isonokami Jinguu Îã_‹{, Nara.
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Shariden ŽÉ—˜“a (right) and Eden ŠG“a (left)FHouryuuji Touin –@—²Ž›“Œ‰@ (Nara)
Shariden ŽÉ—˜“a (right) and Eden ŠG“a (left)FHouryuuji Touin –@—²Ž›“Œ‰@ (Nara)

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