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Also tsunogarado Šp•¿ŒË. Lit. rectangular door. A type of wicket *kido –ØŒË used to divide the inner tea garden *uchiroji “à˜I’n from the outer tea garden *sotoroji ŠO˜I’n. It is similar to the *sarudo ‰ŽŒË, but differs mainly in that it is secured with a hook rather than a latch or bar. Also tsunodo tend to be narrower and lower than sarudo, and often the wooden lattice protrudes from the upper and lower frames.
The term tsunogaramado Šp•¿‘‹ also refers to a type of boarded door in which the upper frame extends over the post. Tsunogaramado are also used as a kind of "hang door" outside of the *shitajimado ‰º’n‘‹ in *chashitsu ’ƒŽº. There is a related type of *shouji áŽq called tsunogara shouji Šp•¿áŽq.
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