Agura (胡坐, lit., `foreign/barbarian sitting`; also called Anza 安座) is the Japanese term for the position normally referred to as sitting cross-legged in English. The buttocks are on the floor (or on a cushion set on the floor) and the legs are out in front, with the knees bent and each foot crossed beneath the other leg. In Japan, this p.....
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