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All reviews tori gates orange gates jr nara line early in the morning rice food stalls avoid the crowds long walk train station fox statues take your time take pictures souvenir shops nice walk torii shrine hike
This is really a tourist destination. Just a few steps away from the JR Inari station. You should come here very early so that you will have a great picture of the Tori gates. Once many tourists are here especially in the afternoon, you will...More
We have visited Kyoto as part of our anniversary trip to Japan. Our tip when you are visiting and climbing to the mountain- take the second road up- it is less crowded and you will pass by amazing bamboo forest and the main road down
Another must-see, but this time it’s like a line of sheep through a sheep race. Shoulder to shoulder... no idea how they get those shots without any body parts intruding on the scene. Climb to the top, where the view is great and the crowds...More
This shrine is visually very memorable, as is the climb up the hill through all the Torii gates. But the crowds — and everyone absorbed in taking selfies or other photos! Try to go visit this ite as early in the day, or as late...More
Loved the many Tori gates over the path/steps, but oh my goodness, it's a long hike. We walked for 2 hours upwards and were not even half way! Bring your stamina to this amazing place. Well worth the visit to go even a short way...More
Southern Kyoto has a reserved air. Though the Fushimi Inari Shrine is one of Kyoto's major tourist attractions, the surrounding nature, parks, gardens, temples, and shrines provide less-visited spaces for strolling and reflection. The Fushimi Inari Shrine itself is made up of 32,000 sub-shrines, and the mountain they are dotted across beckons hikers, picnickers, and lovers of the outdoors. Many of the
mountain's off-set paths aren't frequented by tourists, and the mountain's serenity can be enjoyed at a leisurely pace. Southern Kyoto is the place to enjoy being outside, and to pay your respects to the ancient architecture and gods of the land that are celebrated here.