|KEY WORD : architecture / general terms|
|Also pronounced uttegaeshi 打って返し, utasegaeshi 打たせ返し. Perfect symmetry on both sides of a center line. Refers especially to the incline and length of the front and rear roofs on either side of a building's ridge *munagi 棟木, which is thought of as the center line. It can also apply to the facade of a building which is identical on either side of an imaginary vertical center line.|
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