|mino kenninjigaki 簑建仁寺垣|
|KEY WORD : architecture / gardens|
|Also written 蓑建仁寺垣. Also called takehogaki 竹穂垣. A variation of the bamboo fence *kenninjigaki 建仁寺垣. It is skirted on each side by a long, straw fringe called takehobakama 竹穂袴, attached at the top of the fence under the coping or ridge, called munatsutsumi 棟包, made of sheaves of grain rolled and bound criss-cross at intervals.|
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