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The wakiagari allowed visitor to enter or leave the residence from a waiting palanquin kago ‰í˜U, without touching the ground. A small, side room raised a few steps above a plank floored platform *shikidai Ž®‘ä, placed in front of the main entrance *genkan ŒºŠÖ, to a residence. The steps run along the width of the platform. Between it and the main entrance is a passageway *irigawa “ü‘¤. Across the front and around the side of the small room opposite the steps, is a veranda. A gravel or stone area almost as wide as the wakiagari surrounds the plank floored platform.
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