Recap of Worldschool Travel Tour: Japan in Summer 2010 » Lauren underneath one of the many gates or “torii” at the Fushimi Inari Taishi Shinto shrine in Kyoto, Japan. This is the main shrine to the “inari” god or “kami”: a fox god devoted to rice, business, and wealth. Each gate is donated by a different business or group of businesses.

Fushimi Inari Taisha Shrine in Kyoto, Japan

Lauren underneath one of the many gates or “torii” at the Fushimi Inari Taishi Shinto shrine in Kyoto, Japan. This is the main shrine to the “inari” god or “kami”: a fox god devoted to rice, business, and wealth. Each gate is donated by a different business or group of businesses.

Lauren underneath one of the many gates or “torii” at the Fushimi Inari Taishi Shinto shrine in Kyoto, Japan. This is the main shrine to the “inari” god or “kami”: a fox god devoted to rice, business, and wealth. Each gate is donated by a different business or group of businesses.


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