In Japan, which claims to have eight million gods, there are many shrines of all sizes. In the streets and lanes, under the cliffs in front of the slopes, and in the countryside of the downtown area, you can see the "Bird House" shaped like the Chinese character "open". Among these bird houses, only Fushimi Inari Shrine in Kyoto is the most famous and largest.
Fushimi Inari Shrine is named after the Inari Mountain. It is the headquarters of more than 30,000 Inari Shrines in Japan. It is commonly known as Fox Mountain and is one of the oldest shrines in Kyoto. It is also one of the most shrines in the Kyoto area, offering the god of agriculture, the god of agriculture that blesses the prosperity of the business and the harvest of the grain;
Fushimi Inari Shrine was built in the 8th century, mainly to worship the god of the gods The inauguration of the inauguration of the Japanese people, the faith of the Japanese people in 1300 years.
This shrine might not be as extravagant and huge as the Fushimi Inari Shrine of Kyoto, it is still gorgeous, especially with the view in Snow. Also, there is no entrance fee in this shrine, and people just come and go to see these legendary torii gates. It was built in 1884, and is located in Chuo-ku, Sapporo.
If Japan is your next vacation destination, be sure to put the Fushimi Inari Shrine on your "sites-to-see" list. The Shinto shrine, which is located in Kyoto, was founded in 711 AD and is situated at the base of the mountain Inari. People from all over Japan and the rest of the world visit the shrine, especially during the Japanese new year, to see its beauty and worship the god Inari, best known for being the god of rice. A statue of a fox with a key in its mouth, representing the key for the rice granary, stands guard outside the main gate to the Fushimi Inari Shrine for all visitors to admire.