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Also sumimune . A descending corner ridge. A built-up ridge made of tile that follows the downward course of the corner of a hip roof *yosemune yane 񓏉, from the main ridge *oomune 哏, to the eave edge *nokisaki . In a hip-and-gable roof *irimoya yane ꉮ, the inner end of this ridge terminates approximately in line with the base of the gable bargeboards *hafu j, where it is attached to the descending ridge *kudarimune ~. A second short ridge, the offspring ridge *chigomune t, continues to the corner. The ends of each are usually fitted with ogre face tiles *onigawara S. Examples; a hip-roof at Koufukuji Toukondou (1415) in Nara, a hip-and-gable roof at Kakurinji Jougyoudou ߗюs (1397) in Hyougo prefecture.
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Koufukuji Toukondou (Nara)

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