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tatehaiden@c”q“a
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A type of worship hall *haiden ”q“a which is attached to the main sanctuary *honden –{“a, and also serves as a passageway to the honden. The Edo period Haiden at Owari Ookunitama Jinja ”ö’£‘卑—ì_ŽÐ in Aichi prefecture, is considered a tatehaiden. It is 5 x 3 bays, with the central bay is wider than the side bays, and has a gable roof *kirizuma yane ØÈ‰®ª, covered with cypress bark. The entrance is on the gable end. The ridge is at right angle to the honden's ridge and follows the central axis of the building's configuration. The Ookunitama Tatehaiden is attached to the honden and may serve as both an offering hall *heiden •¼“a and a worship hall. Example: Daigoji Seiryuuguu Haiden ‘çŒíŽ›´‘ê‹{”q“a, Kyoto, 1434 according to the dairy of the priest Mansai Junkou, MANSAI JUNKOU NIKKI –žÏy@“ú‹L.
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Owari Ookunitama Jinja Haiden ”ö’£‘卑—ì_ŽÐ”q“a (Aichi)

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