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We encourage the use of public domain materials for these purposes and may be able to help. "Japanese Etiquette." O 00 c5 ■s ft S r « 5: X tie 2 ^ s O 2 00 C « r PQ OO QQ . Thus for example if the Rei shi do kumi kata be applied to a toro the lantern itself takes the place of the Taito seki. The different water basins used in gardens are numerous.
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29 minnscola, 254 48 PBCTB : A OATALOOUB OF THBL BPIDOPTEBA OF JAPAN. 26 monarcha, 172 Monema, 57 mongoliana, 28 mori, 208 Mormo, p. The form has a curious and unstable appearance and is not often used. Miya dachi gata, — The name of this kind of lantern implies that it resembles a temple or shrine in out- line. its standard is peculiarly chamfered at tbe bottom and it has no base. It is peculiar as hav- ing a short cylindrical standaid and an elongated head and cap suggesting the more ordinary form stretched or pulled out. The form re- sembles more a lamp-post ; the standard is long and square in plan and has no base.
28 mirifica, 961 Mise Ha, 826 misera, 527 modesta, 294, 980 mo Uieula, p. 28 manda, 789 mondataria, 489 Murophysa, 884 mascerda, 122 muscigera, 564, p. It is placed on the side of a lake, stretching out over the water, and should have a crooked pine or some irregular tree reaching out horizontally over it.
Early gunbai were rather simple, with sober decoration.
This one, as most of those from the Muromachi period, has a rather small flat area and a long bamboo handle in order to be easily used on the batter field.
Copyright infringement liabili^ can be quite severe. •^ • » S 08 rs «2 s 9 o Q ♦-• IS if a w 00 a TRANS. 29 fumida, 178 fnmosa, 98, 852, 988 funeralis, 71,88, 184 fasca, 517 faseescens, 208 fascipennis, 289 fascola, 888 fascam, p. Other kinds are as follows : — Natsume-gata, — Date shape, being somewhat like an oval vase in form. — Bridge-post shape, being like the Blf IM6 IN JAPAX. In some of tbe Listorical gardenfl these hedges have been Cat into square battlenveuted forma like the walls of a stronghold.