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Also obiki ”öˆø. Sleepers about 10cm.sq. that extend horizontally at right angle to posts that are erected on a sill *dodai “y‘ä. A beam, called oobikiuke ‘åˆøŽó, supports the sleepers a little above the sill. The floor joists *neda ª‘¾ are set, and the floors boards are laid on top of them. Floor struts *yukazuka °‘©, are set on stone bases or sometimes directly on the ground about 1m apart to support the sleepers and to prevent them from warping. The flooring is laid at right angles to the floor joists but parallel to the sleepers.
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oobiki
a) yuka-ita °”@b) *hashira ’Œ@c) oobikiuke ‘åˆøŽó@d) *dodai “y‘ä
e) *nunokiso •zŠî‘b@f) *neda ª‘¾@g) oobiki ‘åˆø@h) *yukazuka °‘©@i) *kutsu-ishi ŒBÎ

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