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Also called soutei zashiki @~. A 3-mat tea ceremony room *chashitsu with a small alcove *daimedoko ڏ that was favored by Sasaya Soutei @ (17c). Sasaya Soutei's tastes were influenced by his teacher, Fujimura Youken f, who is said to have created the Yodomi-no-seki bŐ (1685-86) at Kinkaikoumyouji Saiouin @ (1584)in Kyoto. Originally, there was no alcove. In general, the souteigakoi style resembles the *douangakoi but there are some differences. The middle post *nakabashira in the souteigakoi terminates the enclosure wall kakoikabe ͕, but does not extend above the wall as it does in the douangakoi style. Therefore, the lintel running along the top of the wall continues across the entire room, and the room is completely open above it. Another difference is that although one corner of the firebox *ro F is located at the base of the middle post, it is in the *mukougiri style, that is set within the host's mat *temaedatami _O. The host's entrance *katteguchi has small posts on either side and there is no special service entrance.
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a) kakoikabe ͕ǁ@b) *temaedatami _O@c) *nakabashira @d) *ro F
Yodomi-no-seki bŐ


a) kakoikabe ͕ǁ@b) *temaedatami _O@c) *nakabashira
d) *ro F@e) *ko-ita @f) nakabusuma @g) *sadouguchi
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*toko @i) *nijiriguchi W


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