Isaac Kremer/ September 9, 2018/ / 0 comments

A style of Shinto shrine embodying the original style of Japanese building, before the introduction of Buddhism. It consists essentially of a small unpainted rectangular structure raised above ground level on posts inserted directly into the earth. A railed veranda surrounds the structure at floor level, a freestanding post at each gable end supports the ridge, and the bargeboards extend outward from the thickly thatched roof, forming chigi at each end. (Kremer, 2017)

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