Thinking some deep philosophical questions like why do I not have enough money and stomach to eat all these street food? . . . Me realizing i should post more food pics to match the pun in the name . . . . #philosopherspath#fushimainari
Sa ilalim ng puting ilaw! Lols. Chanced upon Fushima Inari in Kyoto when there’s not much tourists going around since they were all going home. We went after dusk and we’ve owned almost the entire place to take photos at 🤗💡⛩🇯🇵🌸 #tori#fushima 📸 @joylorenzz
* Kyoto day 1. Went to Kyoto for the day to see the shrines and temples there. We started the day by taking the shinkansen to Kyoto and then walking around the Fushimi Inari shrine which had a tonne of stairs to walk up, but it was well worth it. And then walked to a few other landmarks. Today was also a national holiday so most of Japan also had the same idea as us 😄 but still very awesome. Tomorrow we go to Nara 😊 * • #japantrip2019#kyoto
The Fushima Inari Shrine is the head Shinto shrine dedicated to the god Inari. Inari is believed to be the god of rice. However, it became a tradition during the Edo period that merchants associated Inari to business, hence, every establishments started donating to the temple and built torii as part of their offerings or thanksgiving. Note that the color of these toriis is not red, nor orange, but vermillion. . . . “Camera Painting Japan - Impressions of an Empire” . . #camerapainting#paintingwithcamera ...
After conquering Mount Inari, decided to reward myself with a vanilla and soya bean ice-cream. As usual the soft serve ice-cream over here is unusually delicious. It must be the milk they use. #softserve#icecream
There was an air of eeriness at this part of Fushima Inari-taisha. Lines upon lines of shrines stacked on each other, surrounded by these red gates. It made for a peaceful place to spend the afternoons sunset though. . . . #fushimainari#shrines
Fushimi Inari shrine, a Shinto shrine in Kyoto. As with the Asakusa temple in Tokyo, this was lined with shops. They were “supposed” to be open until 5pm, but were closing up by 4:30pm 🤷🏽♀️ . . #japan#kyoto
“Wherefore art thou Thalapathy Vijay?” It is only inevitable that I re-enact the scenes of one of my favourite Tamil songs: Kandaangi Kandaangi (from Jilla) which was filmed in Japan. #impromptu#kandaangi