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Also called sukebari. A beam which stabilizes bottle struts *taiheizuka ‘å•r‘© or rainbow beams *kouryou “ø—À on the gable *tsuma È of a hip-and-gable roof *irimoya yane “ü•ê‰®‰®ª. The backing is constructed by placing a strut *tsuka ‘©, on a beam which is then set across the insert purlins *sashimoya Žw•ê‰®, behind the rainbow beam, in the gable of a hip-and gable roof. Bottle or other struts are attached to the strut on the tasukebari by means of a plug called hanasen •@ð.
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