Fushimi Inari: market and lower shrine

The Fushimi Inari shrine is a Shinto shrine famous for its red torii gates: thousands of them line the path linking the entrance of the shrine to the summit of Inariyama. This makes Fushimi Inari truely unique among the many shrines of Japan.

The Shrine is dedicated to Inari, the god of rice. Most visitors enjoy a walk to the summit of Mount Inari which offers a nice view of Kyoto. The whole hike back and forth takes about 2-3 hours. If time is limited, there is plenty to enjoy at the Shrine’s entrance. Surrounding streets host lots of small stores with food and souvenirs.

share photos of Japan from GaijinGoJapan

Click on links to see the interactive map
Country: Japan
Area : Kinki area
Prefecture : Kyōto-fu
City : Kyōto-shi
District : Fukakusa Yabunouchichō
Getting around
Directions to "Fushimi Inari: market and lower shrine" in Google Map
See more about
Japan > Kinki area > Kyōto-fu > Kyōto-shi > Fukakusa Yabunouchichō