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Also read ritchuushiki. A ceremony performed when the main post, tatebashira, of a building is erected. Paper strips, called gohei Œä•¼, are put on top of the post, which is the first structural member to be set in place. It may also be called tatezomebashira —§‰’Œ, *daikokubashira ‘单’Œ or imibashira Šõ’Œ (Ö’Œ).
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