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Inner tea garden. The part of the double tea garden nijuu roji “ñd˜I’n, between the middle gate *chuumon ’†–å, and *chashitsu ’ƒŽº. It is contrasted with the outer tea garden *sotoroji ŠO˜I’n. The uchiroji typically contains a low water basin set *tsukubai çLæõ, lantern *tourou “”âÄ, and waiting shelter *koshikake machiai ˜Š|‘ҍ‡. The planting and arrangement of the uchiroji is generally more simple and elegant than that of the sotoroji.
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