Fushimi Inari Taisha: Melting Pot of Foreign Tourists

Excuse me if my blogging is a little sporadic.😃 

Moving on, Kyoto was the capital city of Japan for over one thousand years until 1868. Now, it is known as the Cultural capital of Japan. It's a cool place to visit and I can't wait to go back. There's nothing more invigorating than enjoying the outdoors and exploring the areas. I never tire of this experience either, in fact, I can't get enough, especially when I only get the chance to do this when traveling, 

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In Kyoto, there are lots of major attractions for tourists and locals, especially traditional temples, Shinto shrines, gardens, and geishas. Speaking of the Shinto shrine, Fushimi Inari Taisha or Fushimi Inari Shrine is one of the most visited sites in this city. It is the head shrine of Inari, the goddess of rice, and is related to general prosperity. It is famous for the seemingly endless vermilion Torri gates winding over the hills of Mt. Inari and dozens of fox statues around the shrine. Watch the video above to know more about Fushimi Inari Taisha (Fushimi Inari Shrine). Hope you'll enjoy it.

Note: This was taken before the pandemic. To prevent the spread of COVID-19, various facilities around Japan may change their operating days or hours. In addition, some events may be canceled or postponed. Please check official facilities or websites for the latest updates, information, and admission fees.

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