Fushimi Inari Trail

  • Address: 9 Inariyamakanyūchi, Fushimi-ku, Kyōto-shi, Kyōto-fu 612-0804, Japan, Kyoto
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  • 0.04% of people who visit Kyoto include Fushimi Inari Trail in their plan

  • 95% of people start their Fushimi Inari Trail visit around 09 AM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr 30 Minutes to see Fushimi Inari Trail

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95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Fushimi Inari Trail

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Fushimi Inari Trail, Kyoto Reviews

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  • The wondrous trail of Shinto will keep you awestruck and captivated as you trek through the trail. It is quite a hike and most people don't finish the whole thing though. I would recommend that you come very early (before 8am) to beat the crowd of tourists. If you arrive at peak hours, it will be hard to take a decent photo alone, or to enjoy the solemnity of the place. It is also a great place to go to in the autumn season, so that it is cool enough to trek.

  • It was great! Totally worth it climb all the way to the top. A bit scary climbing at night when at some point you can find yourself all alone wondering if any boar want to be with you like they warned...but great! Best to come about late afternoon and leave at dark so you could see everything

  • Lots of people at the start of the hike but if you can elbow through the crowd you will be amazed at the beauty of the area. Priceless experience for free. But bring good shoes and shorts if its warm outside.

  • Fushimi Inari, famous for it's thousand red gates, torii, is a splendid way to enjoy the culture and take a walk through one if Kyoto's famous sites. The shrine and path gets crowded after around 8:30AM, so I would suggest going there before if you want to have pictures without the masses. The trail is quite long and may span over an hour, but there is a view of the city about 2/3 of the way up. The shrine is open 24/7, and if you have the time, the view of the city and the gates at night are quite a different sight. The gates are better lit once you go a little ways up, and the previously mentioned view becomes spectacular with the city lighting up. There are very few people so you may take your time leisurely strolling and snapping photos.

  • It's a long walk to the top but it's worth it! It has been said that if you get to the top, you'll be very lucky. Along the way, there are little shops and possibly someone's home so please be respectful of everything. I saw some people being disrespectful and that's just upsetting. There's two routes of getting up to the top of the mountain. Keep in mind that there's a sign that says keep right for everything but I do see people going to the left side. There are restrooms also every few spot points.

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