I found in Kyoto many interesting places so I could easily prepare a full month in my blog about Kyoto. Maybe one day…
Today, I want to show you a very unique Shinto shrine from Kyoto, called Fushimi Inari Taisha. It’s famous for thousands torii gates. The path between two buildings of the shrine is covered with these red torii gates. It’s a lovely hike (takes about 2-3 hours to walk), however, for the next few days, I could see only torii gates when I closed my eyes. 😉
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Beautiful light on the torri gates. And a beautiful photo. Not the worst vision to have, torri gates…
Thank you! 🙂
Actually it is called “torii” (鳥居) not “torri” which in the translated as the place for birds to sit.
oh, my mistake! Thanks so much for letting me know!!!