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Koto-in Doorway - Koto-In Garden, Daitokuji Temple, Kyoto. Koto-in was established in 1601 by Tadaoki Hosokawa. He was a famous warrior under Toyotomi Hideyoshi, studied Zen under the Daitoku-ji abbot, Seigan, and was a distinguished disciple of tea master, Sen no Rikyu. Koto-in is home to two famous tea houses, Shoko-ken and Horai.
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Koto-in Doorway - Koto-In Garden, Daitokuji Temple, Kyoto.  Koto-in was established in 1601 by Tadaoki Hosokawa. He was a famous warrior under Toyotomi Hideyoshi, studied Zen under the Daitoku-ji abbot, Seigan, and was a distinguished disciple of tea master, Sen no Rikyu. Koto-in is home to two famous tea houses, Shoko-ken and Horai.