Tōtekiko (東滴壺) is one of the five gardens at the Ryōgen-in sub-temple of the Daitoku-ji Buddhist complex in Kita-ku, Kyoto, Japan. It was laid out by Nabeshima Gakusho in 1958, and is claimed to be the smallest Japanese rock garden. The temple also includes three other karesansui gardens: , , and (a moss-covered garden which is claimed to be the oldest garden in Daitoku-ji, and has been attributed to Sōami).
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