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Also hikigi ˆø–Ø Lit. horizontal timber. Although the term yokogi can refer to any horizontal timber, it is often used specifically for a strip of wood set horizontally beneath the partial wall erected between the middle post *nakabashira ’†’Œ and the wall of a tea ceremony room *chashitsu ’ƒŽº. It serves as both a support and finishing strip for the wall above the opening. The yokogi is approximately 66 - 68cm above floor level. When this same member is made of bamboo, it is called *hikidake ˆø’|.
Example: Daitokuji Ryuukouin Mitsu-an, ‘å“¿Ž›—´Œõ‰@–§ˆÁ, Kyoto.
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