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A generic term for backing boards, which are boards nailed over rafters to form a backing for the roofing. In an open roof *keshou yaneura ‰»Ï‰®ª— , the boards are called *keshouura-ita ‰»Ï— ” or yaneura-ita ‰®ª— ” because they are visible. Boards used in a hidden roof *noyane –쉮ª, are called noura-ita –ì— ”Â. Uraita are used as a backing for latticework, *kitsunegoushi ŒÏŠiŽq, or on the back of a latticed door, *shitomido ŽÁŒË, and on the back of short, curved non-supporting struts, *shirin Žx—Ö. The boards that are nailed to the back surfaces of a coffer to form a coffered ceiling are also called uraita, as are the backing boards on fence stakes.
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