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Also called sanjuunoki Od. Lit. three eaves. An arrangement of three sets of rafters that support the eaves. The first set are the base rafters *jidaruki n, followed by an extension of two sets of flying rafters *hien daruki , one after the other. The first set of flying rafters is commonly refered to as ichi-no-hien ̔, and the second as ni-no-hien ̔. Minoki are rare. The best known example is found at Koufukuji *Hokuendou k~ (1210) in Nara.
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Koufukuji Nanendou ~ (Nara)
Koufukuji Nan-endou ~ (Nara)

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