The roofing material for the mokoshi can be the same or different (see for example' s Horyu-ji' s kon-do) as in the main roof. It is usually a ken deep and is most commonly seen in Buddhist temples and pagodas. Since it does not correspond to any internal division, the mokoshi gives the impression of there being more floors than there really are. Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The name derives from the fact that it surrounds and hides the main building like the cuff (mosuso) of a pair of pants. The mokoshi normally covers a hisashi, a walled aisle surrounding a building on one or more sides, but can be attached directly to the core of the structure (the moya), in which case there is no hisashi. In Japanese architecture a mokoshi, literally "skirt story" or "cuff story", is a decorative pent roof surrounding a building below the true roof.
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