This Shrine is located on Mount Inari Mountain, worshiping the goddess of rice and prosperity. See thousands of red gate around the beautiful trails.
Fushimi Inari-Taisha-headed temple of 3 thousand-jinja Inari shrines across the country, it is also commonly known under the name familiarity is Oinari-san. Legend has it that the temple was built in 711. The sanctuary is about 870,000 square meters, the center is Mount Inari-yama. Fushimi Inari Shrine-Taisha-known for the tunnel "Zenbon Torii" with lots of vermilion torii gate in the precincts. Every year there is a lot to come here to pray prosperity, favorable business and wishes to come true or thanks for wishes already achieved success, they bring many Torii gates placed at the temple. Currently Torii gate number had risen to about 10,000 children. Worship gods Fushimi-Inari temple-Inari Taisha god-inspired Daimyojin famous for prayers for prosperous business, good harvests. In addition, the god Inari-director Daimyojin outdated household peace, traffic safety, sublimated in the ancient art ... it was a very religious people. Gods Fushimi-Inari Shrine in-Taisha has arguably reinforced near the temple should report has many shops Inari rice cakes decorated with the defendant. Major Power was rebuilt in 1499, is now recognized as an important cultural property. As he walked past the torii gate, will find place in Okusha worship (temples deep inside), usually known as Oku-no-in. Nearby there Omokaru-ishi stone. Legend has it that if picked up stones that feel light will reach agreements. Additionally, Inari-yama at Mount Temple also has many other small parts, of which the most notable is Ichinomine (Kamisha Shinseki) located at an altitude of 233m. Tour around the temple on Mount Inari-yama called "Oyama-meguri" and has a total length of up to 4km.
Although the temple architecture is very attractive and worth a visit, many visitors come just to explore the surrounding area. Mountain trails around the shrine with torii gate (Japanese shrine gate) along the entire walkway. The gates are individuals and companies donated and each gate has the name of the donor and donation day is written on the back. Going on the road looks like a dense tunnel portal. Lanterns lit the way into the dreary day. Shrine stone, carvings, waterfalls and ponds adorn along the roads, making the trails become a great place to take pictures.

Statements, are considered messengers of god Inari, creating deep imprint in this temple, one of the historical sights of Kyoto free. Guests will find the bronze statue of the animals throughout the attractions; some of the key hydrated rice warehouse.
The trip back up the mountain to take two to three hours, but it is worth spending more time tourists stop at one of the restaurants on the way to taste udon (a noodle), fried tofu and sushi along hot tea or a cup of sake. Even the stalls selling charms.
If travelers decide to climb straight up the mountain, visitors will be rewarded with views over Kyoto, and climbed higher as the less people. It is also worth wandering tourists, until nightfall, when the lanterns are lit, giving the scene a miraculous beauty.
Inari-matsuri Hatsuuma and
Hatsu-uma On in February - the time it is thought that the gods descend Inari, Fushimi-Inari shrines-Taisha conduct Hatsu-uma ritual-mode (blessing). Temple visitor will be given a small cedar branch and it is seen as amulets to help business prosper, part religion of peace. From day Shinkosai (Sunday near the most 20/4 days) Kankosai date (day 3/5), the temple will hold Inari-matsuri festival - a festival was handed down from the Heian period. In this festival, will be carrying the palanquin 5 walked around the living area of the people are followers of the temple.
Can visit both day and night, but the place of amulets only open from 7:00 to 18:00; and where prayer is only open between 8:30 and 16:30. Fushimi Inari-Taisha Shrine-spread over the entire mountain Pagoda Inari should if at the time the sun sets, you need to pay careful attention because the road was difficult.

Sanctuary is open daily, and near the train station on the JR Inari JR Nara Line. Should be able to use the train to go to online JR Inari station, Keihan Railway train ride if the Fushimi Inari station stops; walk from the station to the temple takes 5 minutes. If traveling by city bus will stop at the Inari-Taisha-mae Station, from there take a 7-minute walk. Temple-site parking with a capacity of 170 units, the temple dedicated to visitors.