A visit here requires a certain explanation. To understand the history and characteristics of this place requires local historical knowledge. Inari Shrine is also one of the largest shrines in Japan. It is also very interesting to visit here.
Toyokawa Inari Sapporo Betsuin-Located near Sapporo Nakajima Park, it is one of the three major Inari Shrines in Japan. The place is not big, it is a shrine in charge of harvesting. There are residential areas all around. It is snowing heavily when we come, and the surroundings seem very quiet. When I didn't come to Japan, I really wanted to see the shrines in Japan. I really saw it. I was a little disappointed. I didn't expect it to be such a small place. It is still a chain, and there is one in Tokyo.
Because it is across from the hotel, there is no reason to watch it! Of course Gan is a general shrine ⛩️ Gan-like! If Teddenyan doesn't have to! But when you walk along the way, you will be knowledgeable!
There are Inari Shrines everywhere in Japan, but the gods are different.
Beautiful scenery, like it. Autumn leaves season is very beautiful
The shrine is on the main road 5 minutes walk from Susukino. It is a rather simple shrine, which typical of Shinto. Worth a short visit for some photos.
Toyokawa Inari is an easy shrine to visit as it is along a Main Street in Sapporo. The shrine is dedicated to children and has a few small alters and statutes. The main part of the shrine is small-ish...
This is a Buddhist temple in Sapporo right near a major commercial and entertainment area. It is attractive looking and typical of many Buddhist shrines in Japan.