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KEY WORD :@architecture / roofing tiles
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Also called tonemaru —˜ªŠÛ, “ªŠÛ; onigiwa marugawara ‹SÛŠÛŠ¢. This occurs when there is a drooping verge *minokou –¥b, on a hip-and-gable roof *irimoya yane “ü•ê‰®‰®ª, or on a gable roof *kirizuma yane ØÈ‰®ª. The upper part of the tonemarugawara fits under the flat tiles *noshigawara à‘“lŠ¢, to form the base for the tiles piled up on the ridge. The term is also applied to the entire row of semi-cylindrical tiles which reach from the ridge to the upper part of the corner ridge *sumikudarimune ‹÷~“, or to the corner of the eave-end on a gable roof which has eave-overhang tiles *kakegawara Š|Š¢.@

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