|KEY WORD : architecture / general terms|
1 A structural member, or a part of one, seen from the front. For example, the mullions *kumiko 組子, of sliding doors *shouji 障子. Also the size or measurement of large chamfers, oomentori 大面取, cut on the corners of a square structural member when viewed from the front. The chamfers cause the pillar faces to appear a little narrower. This reduced visible width is known as mitsukihaba 見附幅.
2 Castle entrances that have guard facilities.
a) mitsuke 見付 b) mikomi 見込
|*mentori 面取, *men 面|
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