Rainy day, did not walk up to the hill and it is cultural heritage. You can see a lot of magnificent scenery there!!!
About Fushimi Inari-taisha Shrine
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The place with the 10000 gates. Be well prepared to climb all the way up and catch the good view of Kyoto. If you are lucky, you might see fox(es) too.
Took a short train ride outside Kyoto to view this temple. Although not fully understanding the cultural aspects the Shrine does have a serenity and peaceful quality. The walkway from the train station around the grounds is nice and afterwards the quant little town with...More
Recommend to visit this site in the afternoon as the sun shining through the tree canopy on the gates gives it a good photo taking session. Be prepared for the exhausting climb and wear comfortable clothing and shoes if you intend to reach the peak....More
The walk up the hill is much longer than one might think and than the maps on site suggest. But it's worth it and there are cafes/restaurants and vending machines along the way. And it's free of charge.
I'd almost call this a must do. Do some research before you get there because it is hard to get a full story once you get there. But it is a great work, quite energetic, but with some amazing visuals all along the trip. Great...More
There are more than 1000 Torii (鳥居) that is Gateway at the entrance to Shinto Shrine at Fushimi Inari. It’s so so fantastic scenery.
Worth a visit. Not too difficult a walk and very pretty. We did not go allnthebway uo but will definitely donso next visit. Lots of tourists, easy to get to.
We arrived here at 5:00pm and made it up half way up the mountain before it got too dark to continue. I reckon you need to allocated 1.5hrs of walking up and taking photos and another 0.5hrs for coming down without stopping. There were a...More
This is one of the most incredible cultural sites that I have visited anywhere in the world. Plan to spend a few hours here to hike to the top. It’s a great opportunity to get some exercise and fresh air while visiting an amazing shrine....More