Just got back from my 2 week trip across Western Japan; ready to settle in and actually start the fall semester! To celebrate the occasion, here is a brand new series I’m starting: Picture Adventure. This series will focus on an aspect (usually cultural) of Japan that I find interesting and explain/show it through words and a huge collection of picture. Every picture will be taken by me personally, so I guess you can see this as me showing you a bunch of photos from my phone while explaining Japanese culture with mildly humorous commentary mixed in between.
During my 2-week trip across Western Japan, I was able to visit a lot of famous cities and places including the Fushimi Inari Shrine (伏見稲荷神社) at Kyoto. As the name suggests, Fushimi Inari Shrine is a shinto (one of the major religions in Japan) shrine located in Fushimi-Ku (伏見区), a Southern ward of Kyoto, that primarily worships Inari-Okami (稲荷大神), the Japanese god of many things including foxes, agriculture and industry.