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Also yodogi —„–Ø or yodonuki —„ŠÑ. Tapered horizontal timber, 12-15cm wide and 4.5 cm thick, placed on top of a wide lath *hirokomai L¬•‘, that runs along the ends of base rafters *keshou daruki ‰»Ï‚–Ø. It takes the place of an eaves support *kayaoi Š•‰, and thickens the eave ends making it easier to lay the tile roof *kawarayane Š¢‰®ª. If timbers attached to yodo run parallel to the rafters, they are called ascending lath, noboriyodo “o—„.
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*nodaruki –쐂–Ø
yodo —„
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*hirokomai L¬•‘
*keshou daruki ‰»Ï‚–Ø
*nokigeta Œ¬Œ…
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