No.1 Japanese Sightseeing Spot, Fushimiinari Shrine
Have you ever been to Fushimi Inari Taisha? The shrine is a very famous sightseeing spot in Kyoto. It is chosen as the best sightseeing spot in Japan by foreign visitors, and it won an award for two years in a row.
Its original name is Inari Taisha. It’s a headquarter of Inari jinjya-shrine, which has 30 thousand branches in Japan. It worships the god of harvest. Now it also does the god of prosperous business, peace to the household, traffic safety and so on.
We can see Sen-bon Torii there. “Sen” means “one thousand”. However, there are about ten thousand Toriis! Why does it has so many Toriis? Torii is an object which we go through. “Go through” means “overcome hardships and realize dreams” So, people established Torii and wished.
We can go to Fushimi Inari Taisha 24 hours, 365 days and it holds some festivals every year. So we can enjoy all year round.
Why don’t you go there and wish your happiness?