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Riky??

*Why did Hideyoshi order Riky?? to commit suicide? What are the sites in Kyoto related to the relationship of Hideyoshi and Riky??? Learn about the history of Riky?? and Daitokuji with this tour.Explore the sites around Sen no Riky??'s suicide. Why did Hideyoshi order Riky?? to commit suicide? What are the sites in Kyoto related to the relationship of Hideyoshi and Riky??? Learn about the history of Riky?? and Daitokuji with this tour.


Riky?? is an experimental locative tour game developed byMindy Warner and Geoffrey Rockwell using Locacious. Thetour has five stops starting at the front entrance to the Daitokuji temple complex in Kyoto.

*Sen no Riky?? is generally considered one of themost influential figures in the development of the tea ceremony or"way of tea." He was a close advisor to Toyotomi Hideyoshi the Sengoku period warlordthat helped unify Japan.

Riky??, the tour, includes the following stops:


  • Welcome to Daitokuji
  • Daisenin Tokonoma
  • Sanmon - Gate
  • Jukoin
  • Kotoin - Sansai's Stone Lantern

About this Tour

Riky?? was created by Mindy Warner and Geoffrey Rockwell. MindyVarner is a doctoral candidate in Japanese History at theUniversity of Kansas specializing in the history of the teaceremony and its political use. Varner did the research andrecorded the tour. Geoffrey Rockwell is a Professor of Philosophyand Humanities Computing at the University of Alberta studyingcomputer games. Rockwell is a network investigator with the GRAND project that supported this research. Rockwell provided technical support and edited this web page and the tour information.

This tour was developed as an experiment in using locative media for learning.

Our work was supported by the Japan Foundation.

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