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Fushimi Inari Shrine

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4.2 (1325)

2-chōme-2-番17 Fushimi, Chuo Ward, Sapporo, Hokkaido 064-0942, Japan

Shinto shrine build in Meiji era as a branch of Kyoto Fushimi Inari Shrine featuring 27 torii gates.

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Lily Yee a month ago

Please be respectful. There are at least two signs saying no photos inside the shrine and after the first tori gate. However that doesn't stop people being ugly and bringing in tripods trying to capture photos for their social media. This location is about 10 minutes walking from the bus stop ( uphill walk).

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Judy OBrien a month ago

The first torii gate of the shrine is alongside the roadway and goes up a small hill to the shrine itself. The torii gate corridor is flanked by pine trees and at the moment, combined with the snow makes for an amazing picture. The shrine itself is a simple wooden building, the shrine office is to the right of the main hall. You can buy and write an ema to leave here. You can also buy a small fox statue and have that blessed. It's easy to combine a stop here with a visit to Mt. Moiwa.

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Mark Aragones a month ago

WORTH A VISIT!!! (if you don't mind walking) We exchanged bows with a FOX in the middle of the gates!!! I'm gonna assume that it was one of Inari's messengers! (Maybe it sensed that we didn't take pictures inside the shrine as posted) It was around 8 PM in the middle of light-medium snowfall. We braved the slightly difficult and slippery climb through the 27 gates up to the shrine. It was my first experience walking through torii gates and that was pretty awesome. There were many scenic, picturesque, and aura-emitting(?) areas around. It was a quite memorable trip to the shrine. HIGHLY RECOMMEND! (consider taking a cab if you don't want to walk)

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Lalisa 2 months ago

𝗟𝗔𝗟𝗜𝗦𝗔 | 𝘔𝘪𝘯𝘪𝘮𝘢𝘭 ‧ 𝘈𝘦𝘴𝘵𝘩𝘦𝘵𝘪𝘤 ‧ 𝘗𝘭𝘢𝘤𝘦𝘴 Instagram: @lalisa_doniho Links: http://linktr.ee/lalisa.doniho __ A small shrine, a bit on a higher land than the other houses and road around it. You can find a sanctuary, where you can throw a coin and pray. This shrine is accessible with the bus, but you will have to walk a little. Probably around 10-15 minutes.

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Sten Md (Piqued Wanderer) a year ago

Pretttttyyyyy And Secluded!!!! This is definitely one of the best places to go to when you are already in love with long number fo Torii Gates. Dont compare the one in Osaka as that area has many different areas to take photos at. This is just one main area and there are some small challenges to take photos of it. 1) there are signs NOT to take photos -probably because of overcrowding and not respecting the area. 2) the gates faced the traffic light -which is jz 5metres from where the start of the main gate is 3) the area is small -unlike in osaka, this is just 1 small stretch 4) no parking -if u still decide to come, we would recommend early in the morning to just do a quick pop by. Park at the restaurant, which opens by noon, so drop by bout 7-10am is good so it doesnt affect their businesses. Do note, that business owners can chase away/report u to authorities if u are not there for their services. 5) Timing -we did say 7am-10am but d best is 7-8am due to the sunrise and the pretty breaking of clouds to make way for the sunrays. All in all, we will recommend to drop by, especially in the morning and grab that quick shot by the entrance. One of the best hidden unshared locations by travel agents, tour guides.. cheers!!