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About Fushimi-inari Station, Kyoto

Fushimi-Inari Station (伏見稲荷駅 Fushimi-Inari-eki) is a railway station located in Fushimi-ku, Kyoto, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan, on the Keihan Electric Railway Keihan Main Line.

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Overview of Fushimi-inari Station

This article refers Fushimi-inari Station in Kyoto, Japan. Fushimi-inari Station is not generally crowded with tourists and visitors.

Attractions like Fushimi Inari-taisha, Kinkaku-ji, Kiyomizu-dera, Nijo Castle and Gion District are the usual crowd pullers of Kyoto and you might easily miss out Fushimi-inari Station amidst these top things to do.

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Kyoto Morning Tour: Kyoto Imperial Palace, Golden Pavilion, Nijo Castle
View Deal Kyoto Morning Tour: Kyoto Imperial Palace, Golden ... 179 Reviews | Duration: 4 hours 30 minutes From USD 58.76/person

Soak up temple and palace sights on this half-day guided city tour, great for those who want to see Kyoto’s top attractions in a short time. Travel by coach in the morning and visit UNESCO-listed Nijo Castle and the gold-covered Kinkakuji Temple (Golden Pavilion) with an informative guide. Then wander through the Kyoto Imperial Palace — home to the emperor until 1868 — and see how royalty lived.

Nara Afternoon Tour of Todaiji Temple, Deer Park and Kasuga Shrine from Kyoto
View Deal Nara Afternoon Tour of Todaiji Temple, Deer Park a... 165 Reviews | Duration: 5 hours 30 minutes From USD 67.78/person

Venture to Nara from Kyoto for the afternoon. Due to its past as the first permanent capital of Japan, Nara remains full of historic treasures, including some of Japan's oldest Buddhist temples. Accompanied by your local guide, you'll visit the Todaiji Temple to see Japan's largest Buddha, Deer Park - home to hundreds of freely roaming deer, and Kasuga Shrine - Nara's most celebrated shrine.

Kyoto Afternoon Tour: Heian Shrine, Sanjusangendo, Kiyomizu Temple
View Deal Kyoto Afternoon Tour: Heian Shrine, Sanjusangendo,... 70 Reviews | Duration: 4 hours From USD 54.08/person

Immerse yourself in the beauty and history of Kyoto on an afternoon guided tour through the former capitol’s vibrant shrines and temples. Admire the alluring green and red Heian Shrine. Stroll Sanjusangendo Hall with its 1,001 Kannon statues and the Kiyomizu Temple where you’ll enjoy sweeping city views from the large terrace. All entry fees are included.

Kyoto City Tour: Golden Pavilion, Nijo Castle, Kyoto Imperial Palace and Handicraft Center
View Deal Kyoto City Tour: Golden Pavilion, Nijo Castle, Kyo... 18 Reviews | Duration: 6 to 7 hours From USD 99.91/person

Enjoy the sights of Kyoto on a sightseeing tour to Nijo Castle, Kinkaku-ji Temple (Golden Pavilion), Kyoto Imperial Palace and the Kyoto Handicraft Center. You'll learn about Kyoto’s rich history and culture from your guide as you take in some of the city’s favorite landmarks, then get a hands-on experience of traditional Japanese crafts during a workshop with a professional craftsman at Kyoto Handicraft Center. Your tour includes an expert guide, lunch, transportation, and hotel pickup at selected hotels in central Kyoto.

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  • It is great if you love loads of tourists. Furthermore it is a nature trail z not a hike. I went on a Tuesday and it was very busy. I would give 0 but 1 is the lowest. Takes around 90 minutes to complete the circuit.

  • Beautifully designed to match the nearby Inari temple. Wheelchair accessible. 2 platform station with a couple vending machines, lockers and a vending machine for souvenirs like paper fans, cups, towels to represent the Keihan area. Limited seating on each platform, about 8 chairs. Bathrooms available on platform 1. Platform 2 seems to be under construction at the moment but it does not interfere with loading. Electronic signs tell you when the next train is coming. Limited express does not stop here.

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  • Lovely station with a neat design referencing the temple nearby.

  • Lovely small station, about 10-15 mins walk from Fushumi Inari Shrine.

  • Small station easy 5 minute walk to Fushimi Inari shrine. Some lockers available.

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