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[6] The Shōsōin in Nara preserves some antique ivory one-shaku rulers, known as the kōgebachiru-no-shaku (紅牙撥鏤尺?)
[5] This means that there are 3
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[8] Similarly, the koku remains in use in the Japanese lumber trade
The shaku (Japanese: 尺) or Japanese foot[1][2] is a Japanese unit of length derived (but varying) from the Chinese chi, originally based upon the length of the forearm (compare cubits)
[2] Volume Ten cubic shaku comprised a koku, reckoned as the amount of rice necessary to sustain a peasant for a year
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Contents 1 Etymology 2 Japan 3 Korea 4 Derived Units 5 See also 6 Notes 7 References Etymology Shaku entered the English language in the early 18th century,[3][4] deriving from the Japanese pronunciation of the kanji 尺, the same character as the Chinese chi
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[citation needed] Derived Units Main: cun, zhang, ken, and koku
When it was distinguished from the general shaku, it was called the "whale shaku" (kujirajaku, from the whale whiskers used as cloth rulers) while the general unit was known as the "metal shaku" (kanejaku)
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The Japanese also had a third derived unit, the ken, equal to 6 shaku; this was used extensively in traditional Japanese architecture as the distance between supporting pillars in Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines
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