It seems that for those of you who are happy with Japan, the name Fushimi Inari Taisha is certainly familar, right? Yes, Fushimi Inari Taisha is indeed very popular with tourists. This temple is filled with red temple gates that adorn the entrance to Inari temple. According to the surrounding community, Inari temple is a place where the god of rice dwells and harvest.
When visiting Fushimi Inari Taisha, you will see many fox statues. This statue is believed to carry a message from the god of rice. There are so many interesting photo spots in this place. But keep in mind, because this place is a place that is considered sacred, visitors must still respect each activity and must remain polite.
Actually there are no special activities that can be done by tourists, but if you want to enjoy the beauty of this place, you can go around the Fushimi Inari Taisha temple and see the architecture of the temple that was built in 794 ago.
At the back of the temple is a small hill that you can climb. To reach the top of the hill it takes around 2 to 3 hours. But if you feel tired, you can turn down. On the hill there are also several eating places that can be visited, one of the favorite menus of tourists is Kitsune Udon, which is an udon with a brownish color similar to fox colors.
To be able to come to this beautiful temple, you can ride the JR Nara Line via Kyoto Station and get off at JR Inari Station. The trip only takes 5 minutes and the train ticket is also quite cheap, only 140 Yen. From JR Inari Station, you still have to walk for about 5-10 minutes to get to the temple.