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A long, rectangular worship hall at a Shinto shrine with entrances on the front and rear sides parallel to the ridge. The worship hall *Haiden ”q“a, at Uji‚‡ami Jinja ‰FŽ¡ã_ŽÐ, Kyoto prefecture is one example. It has 6 x 3 bays with the two central bays used for entrances. The roof is gabled, but because each gable end has a 1-bay peripheral area *hisashi ›ù added, the roof at first glance appears to be hip-and-gable type *irimoya-zukuri “ü•ê‰®‘¢. The roofing is cypress bark. A 1-bay step-canopy *kouhai Œü”q, extends over the stairs leading up to the front entrance. A raised veranda surrounds the entire building.
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Ujigami Jinja Haiden ‰FŽ¡ã_ŽÐ”q“a(Kyoto)
Ujigami Jinja Haiden ‰FŽ¡ã_ŽÐ”q“a (Kyoto)

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