- ★★ ミシュラングリーンガイド 二ツ星
In 711 (the fourth year of Wado era), it is said that Mr. Hata established this shrine at the Inari mountain and transferred to the current place in 816 (the seventh year of Kounin era). In 852 (the second year of Ninjyu era), since a ritual for rain area, the imperial court sent a messenger and it gathered deep faith from citizen as a symbol of bountiful harvest and prosperous business since ancient times. At present age, the believer donated money to establish the Shinto gateway on the mountain Inari and its landscape become the pronoun of Fushimi Inari Shrine.
When you heaver the head of stone lantern after praying for a wish, if you feel lighter than your expectation of weight, your wish will come true, on other hand if you feel heavy than your expectation of weight, your wish will not come true. This stone lantern is familiar with the trial stone with the name of Omokaru Stone.
Michelin Green Guide
Fushimi Inari Shrine and Senbon Shinto Gateway are selected as two stars of Michelin.
- 68, Fukakusa Yabunouchi-cho, Fushimi-ku, Kyoto-city, 612-0882
- Formal Name
- Fushimi Inari Shrine
- Date Founded
- Wado era, in 715
- Cultural Properties
Inner Shrine and Tea Room (National Heirloom, Important Cultural Properties)
- Annual Festival
- May 3
bountiful harvest and safety of family
Free for praying
Space for 100 Cars / 20 Buses are available without any admission
- Access Guide
Get off at Inari Station of Japan Railway.
Get off at Fushimi Inari Station of Keihan Railway and approx. 5 minutes walk to reach the shrine mentioned.
Get off at Fushimi Taisha Mae Station of Municipal Busses and approx.. 7 minutes walk to the shrine mentioned
- Official Website