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Also called yarai –î—ˆ, yaraigaki –î—ˆŠ_, chousengaki ’©‘NŠ_, and chousen yarai ’©‘N–î—ˆ. Lit. ootsu fence. A type of simple wooden fence. In 1711 a Korean mission traveling from Ootsu ‘å’à to Edo attracted so much attention that the government ordered people to erect fences along the road on which the Koreans passed. These fences were made with pieces of uncut bamboo tied on intersecting diagonals between two or three cross bars of split bamboo. Often the projecting bamboo at the top is cut to create a sharp edge.
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