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いおりかんばん 庵看板 iorikanban — wooden sign placed outside a traditional theater (Kabuki, JOruri, etc.) with the names and family crests of the leading actors and sometimes of other important participants in the production. [DN]

いおりかんばん

いおりてん 庵点 ioriten — type of typographical sign. Used to show that a passage has been read/approved, or to highlight the beginning of a poem that is quoted inside another text. [M]

いおりてん original + upload

いかりたてわき 嗔立涌 ikaritatewaki — type of pattern. [DN]

いかりたてわき

いご 囲碁 igo – type of board game. [OA, 窪俊満]

いご 囲碁 [窪俊満]いずみどの 泉殿 izumidono — structure built above a spring. Used for leisure, and contains no walls in order to allow free access to the water. [DN]

いずみどのいせぶね 伊勢船 isebune — type of transport ship built in the Ise area. [DN]

いせぶね

いたとうば 板塔婆 itatOba — grave plaque used in Buddhist cemeteries. Inscribed with special Indian letters called Bonji (梵字). [M]

いたとうば2

いちのじつなぎ 一の字繋ぎ ichinojitsunagi — type of pattern. [DN]

いちのじつなぎ

いちのじてん 一の字点 ichinojiten — type of typographical sign. Used to show the repetition of the kana character immediately preceding it. The sign shown on the left is for hiragana, and the one on the right is for katakana. [M]

いちのじてん original + upload

いちめがさ 市女笠 ichimegasa – type of hat, originally worn by commoners and later adopted by the higher classes. [OA, 武内桂舟]

いちめがさ

いづつきっこう 井筒亀甲 izutsukikkO — type of pattern. [DN]

いづつきっこう

いっぷくいっせん 一服一銭 ippukuissen — a roadside vendor offering a sip of tea for the price of one sen. Also the name of this type of business. [DN]

いっぷくいっせんいときっこう 糸亀甲 itokikkO — type of pattern. [DN]

いときっこう

いなかぶ  (also いなくき) 稲株  (稲茎) inakabu  (inakuki) — the stubble left in the ground after rice ears have been harvested. [M]

いなかぶ いなくき

いなりどりい 稲荷鳥居 inaridorI — type of TorI gate. [DN]

いなりどりい

いぬやらい 犬矢来 inuyarai — arched picket fence protecting the lower part of walls facing the sidewalk from being damaged by animals (hence the name), passers-by etc. A common element in traditional houses in Kyoto. [Both M]

いぬやらい1

いぬやらい2

いりもや 入母屋 irimoya — type of roof in traditional architecture. [DN]

いりもやいろり 囲炉裏 irori — sunken fireplace used for cooking and heating the house. [M]

いろりいわいべ 斎瓮  忌瓮 iwaibe — ceramic receptacle used for making offerings of sacred sake (酒). (Shinto)  [DN]

いわいべ

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