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noboribari@“o—À
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Lit. rising beam, raking beam.

1@Also *noboriki “o–Ø or *nobori “o. Transverse beams in a timber-framed roof, set at a pitch instead of horizontally. An economy measure, used to achieve sufficient headroom for lofts and attics (*zushi ’ÒŽq, *tsushi nikai ~Žq“ñŠK) in the roof-space, while keeping the level of the eaves *noki Œ¬ relatively low, noboribari usually spanned from the purlin *keta Œ… to the beam beneath the ridge pole *jimune ’n“. Associated with shallowly-pitched tiled or shingle roofs, rather than thatch, the slope of noboribari varied, but was usually less steep than the pitch of the roof. The end might project beyond the plane of the wall on the outside to support a round eaves purlin *dashigeta oŒ…. Much used and perhaps pioneered in town houses *machiya ’¬‰Æ, noboribari later came to be used in shingled farmhouses, especially those involved with sericulture. Also found in outhouses and storehouses *dozou “y‘ .

2@Alternative term for *hiuchibari ‰Î‘Å—À.
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dozou “y‘ FWada ˜a“c house (Gifu)
@*dozou “y‘ FWada ˜a“c house (Gifu)

Old Anzai ˆÀ¼ house (Chiba)
@Old Anzai ˆÀ¼ house (Chiba)

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