Фусими Инари в Киото наверное самое фотографируемое место в Японии;) И мы, конечно, тоже там побывали... под вечер, чтобы победить толпы японцев и нас- туристов😬. Вкратце, это синтоистский храм Инари , а Инари - это синтоистское божество изобилия и риса. Эти оранжевые ворота, а точнее коридоры из них - это ворота Тории. ... Ворота можно купить и поставить;) Ворота-пожертвования имеют свой прейскурант, другими словами, каждый достойный состоятельный японец может поучаствовать в строительстве дороги к богине Инари;) #kyoto#japan
We got there later than planned - aka twilight, but somehow I think that added to the mystical feel of climbing The Thousand Gates. Even if we did turn back down halfway, that hike had already taken like 40 minutes and it is the first day of Magnus feeling better so .. maybe we'll try again later, either way there is more to see ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ #dårarexplorar#kyoto
Senbazuru🕊🎋Una antigua leyenda japonesa promete que cualquiera que haga mil grullas de papel recibirá un deseo de parte de los dioses, actualmente su uso más frecuente es como deseo de Paz ☮️ . . . 📷@yukinohanran 🗾 #2yearsago🔙 #fushimiinari
Dzis taka mala ciekawostka. W języku japońskim, uznaje się za niegrzeczne powiedzieć słowo “nie” w sposób bezpośredni. Dlatego czesto kiedy pytalismy o cos przechodniow, np. Czy to jest wlasciwa droga do swiatyni a oni nie wiedzieli, mysleli, dumali, szukali na mapie, jeden nawet dzwonil do znajomego kiedy pytalismy o jakas restauracje 🙈 za wszelka cene staraja sie pomoc co bylo bardzo mile :) #fushimiinarishrine#fushimiinaritaisha
These red gates are called torii, a metaphorical passage from the people-world to the sacred place of the Shinto shrine ⛩. When a single shrine has multiple torii gates, each gate represents a path into increasingly more sacred zones compared to what was present after passing through the earlier gate. The Fushimi Inari shrine is dedicated to Inari, the god of rice, whose messengers are foxes 🦊. The path to the top of Mount Inari led us under 10,000 torii gates, over 12,000 stairs and countless fox statues. Needless to say it was breathtaking 😅
There are about 10,000 toriis (shrine gates) at Fushimi. The gates honour Inari - the guardian god associated with abundant crops, businesses, prosperity and family safety. Many of the toriis are sponsored and all are painted vermilion, which symbolizes life force and is meant to counteract spells. The gate-covered hiking trail leads to the summit of Mt. Inari-san. #kyoto#japan
𝐹𝓊𝓈𝒽𝒾𝓂𝒾 𝐼𝓃𝒶𝓇𝒾 𝒯𝒶𝒾𝓈𝒽𝒶 . . It’s hard to explain the emotions I was overcome with travelling up the wonder that is Fushimi Inari. Reaching this point in the trail I was overcome with the strangest sentiment, that had me close to tears. It was perplexing to say the least but I could feel an immense energy emanating from these sub-shrines, and it’s an everlasting evocation I’ll always hold of this place ⛩ . . #japan#japantravel
Yesterday we visited the Fushimi Inari-Taisha shrine in Kyoto. It’s open 24 hours, so the earlier the better and try and avoid weekends. It’s free to enter. Inari is the God of rice, but it’s been traditionally worshiped as the patron of business. Each of the torii at Fushimi Inari Taisha have been donated by a Japanese business and you can see their names painted as you walk by. The whole walk is 4 km and there are less people the further you walk. Tip: go through the first part of the Torii and wait ...
On our way up the shrine we encounter this interesting spot. Even though the thousands of gates were a site to see, this spot definitely caught our attention. its unique in its own way. If anybody has any specific info about this particular spot let us know! ✌🏽💙 _ #fushimiinarishrine#fushimiinari
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In the 1300 years since its establishment in 711AD, people have gathered here to pray for bountiful harvests, business prosperity, the safety of their home and family and the fulfillment of all kinds of other wishes.
Fushimi Inari Taisha i las torii ⛩ najbardziej spodobały nam się po zachodzie słońca. Magicznie i bez tłumów. 🌕🖤 ............................................................... Fushimi Inari Taisha and its torii „forest” - we liked them the most after dusk. 🖤 Magical and no crowds. #inari#torii
Fushimi Inari Shrine. A beautiful shinto shrine located in Kyoto which is widely known for its thousands of vermilion torii gates. They are located behind the main buildings and straddle the trails leading into the forest of the sacred Mount Inari. You will find a lot of Fox statues all over the place, this is due to them being regarded as being Inari's messenger ☺ Should you decide that you wish to ascend the mountain, you will usually start by walking through the Senbon Torii, two rows of torii gates. Here you will have opportunity to choose shorter or ...