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Also shortened to tsumakudari È~; also called hafu kudarimune ”j•—~“ or shortened to hafukudari ”j•—~. Two ridge-like structural elements that extend from the base of the gable pediment *tsuma È and slope down toward the eaves *noki Œ¬, according to the ptch of the hip-and-gable roof *irimoya yane “ü•ê‰®‰®ª. These ridges have a bargeboard *hafu ”j•—, on each side and terminate beyond the ends of these bargeboards. They are made of stacked layers of flat tiles *noshigawara à‘“lŠ¢, crowned at the top with coping tiles *fusumagawara •šŠÔŠ¢, and finished at the outer ends with ogre tiles *onigawara ‹SŠ¢, and bird-perch tiles *toribusuma ‰GåÎ. These ridges, which are decorative rather than structural, became commonly used after the 13c.
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