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Lit. pushing frame. The horizontal bars to which the vertical slats *tateko ’GŽq of a fence are tied. Split or whole bamboo are used most frequently, although other types of light wood may be employed. Oshibuchi are usually found on closed fences and are frequently used on both sides of the takeko. Oshibuchi may be called neko QŽq or lying members'. They are often confused with *doubuchi “·‰, the horizontal bars threaded between the tateko of open fences.
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*kakedo Š|ŒΛ, *yokome-ita ‰‘–Ϊ”Β
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