The style of shrine architecture epitomised by the Sumiyoshi taisha, Osaka. It is slightly larger than the Otori style and built to a rectangular plan with inner and outer buildings surrounded by a low wooden fence. The roof has straight rather than concave sloping sides with high ornamental chigi at both ends.

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