|KEY WORD : art history / sculptures|
| 1 A
mounting for paintings and calligraphy which originated in China. It consists
of a scroll with rollers at both ends that is hung horizontally on a wall
by stretching strings attached to the rollers.
2 Because the shape of ouhi 1 resembles a long, narrow Buddhist vestment called a *kesa 袈裟, ouhi came to be synonymous with this garment draped over the left shoulder of a Buddhist priest.
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