When it comes to Fujian Daohe Shrine, the first thing that comes to mind is Kyoto's headquarters. Although Sapporo's branch is relatively small, it has few people, and the heavy snow in Hokkaido is another kind of beauty. In the city by tram to the foothills of algae rock station, walk for ten minutes to arrive ~ (Friendship hint, there is a kimono shop not far from the station, see many people rent photos really beautiful, oh ~make-up props are all there, we went a little late to rent a little regrettable, like photography partners suggest that take out an afternoon, about five o'clock dark Oh ~)and __________
In order to get a bird's house in the snow, we took the subway and tram from downtown to climb the mountain for almost two hours, mainly because it took a long time to wait for the bus. Finally, we found that the number of trams transferred by the subway was more. We suggest that you study Google Maps and take the tram to the tram station in a more controllable way. Otherwise, the buses on winter weekends would only have two shifts in the morning. Although it's hard to get there, I think it's still worth it.
It's good to run to see that there are different shrines in the shrines, and there is only one shrine within a few steps. There are various kinds of sacrifices in the shrine, and their functions are different. It seems that although Japan has been in the habit of offering sacrifices since ancient times, according to their different understandings, there will be some discrepancies. But of course, the general direction is still the same, absolutely in line with. This shrine takes the fox as its God and protects one side of the water and soil. Look, people want a bumper harvest. The shrine is very serious. It is a local religion in Japan. Visitors come to take photos to commemorate, I remember there was a warning that such buildings should not be left in the camera, so I simply took a few pictures, many shrines, climbing mountains can see more, carved their names, see these sculptures, or can experience the island culture. It makes sense as a whole.
Fujian Daohe Snack Street is a food street next to Fujian Daohe Shrine. The street is not very long, with stalls on both sides. It operates Japanese pastries, barbecues, cold drinks, fruits and souvenirs such as Japanese fancy folding fans, Dashe souvenirs, layouts, decorations, exquisite packaging, beautiful and beautiful. It is the best gift for tourists. Of course, all things are expensive, but knowing that slaughtered people need to fill their stomachs, they also need to buy something to give or keep a souvenir. After all, it's not easy to come a long way.
When making a strategy, I found that there was also a rice and lotus shrine near Sapporo algae rock mountain. Only Hokkaido had a thousand bird houses in the snowy days. Although this time it is summer, you can not see the most beautiful scenery, but also want to come and see. About 15 minutes'walk from the algae rock mountain. A very remote and secluded place. Few people. It's rare to have a quiet and less crowded scenic spot. Winter must be more beautiful. I'll come again.
Located at the foot of Daohe Mountain, Daohe God is one of the most popular shrines in Kyoto. Daohe God is a fox. He is considered to be a blessing for the prosperity of grain and commerce. There are many pilgrims on both sides of the shop with high foxes holding ears of wheat and grain.
Love the visual impact and spritual nature of this walk through the torii in the forest. The train was super easy but hard to confirm as correct. I ended up on one where there wasn't alot of English but it was all good. The train stops right in front of the shrine and you begin your colorful ascent past the foxes, shrines, torii lines paths. Towards the top theres a nice view of the city. Bear left at the fork toward a fun foxy fountain shrine. Temperature was great in April and no monkey encounters.
This shrine is best known from its appearance in the film Memoirs of a Geisha, it is the red shrine the young girl runs through spinning the poles. Fushimi Inari was the shrine that bought me to Kyoto, and it was well worth the trip. The shrine is build at the base of Inari Mountain, and leads to an extensive network of smaller shrines throughout the mountain. I'm sure I did not see all of them on my three hour hike, but the views were stunning, and the place felt charged with spirits.