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KEY WORD :@architecture / roofing tiles
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Also nokitomoe Œ¬”b; *nokidomoegawara Œ¬”bŠ¢. A very old expression for tomoegawara was *tsutsumigawara •ï‚ÝŠ¢. A half-cylindrical tile with a circular disk attached *nokimarugawara Œ¬ŠÛŠ¢. The name of this tile is derived from the disk, which is decorated with a comma pattern *tomoemon ”b•¶. Tomoegawara are used at the eave edge and also along the eaves that overhang the bargeboard *hafu ”j•— of a hip-and-gable roof or gable roof *irimoya-zukuri “ü•ê‰®‘¢. When placed in the latter position they the are called kakedomoegawara Š|”bŠ¢.
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tomoegawara ”bŠ¢ (hidari mitsudomoe ¶ŽO‚”b)
Houryuuji Nandaimon –@—²Ž›“ì‘å–å (Nara)


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