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9 October 2012

From Kiyomizu-Dera, my long trip came to the last day at Fushimi Inari where I visited for the second time (at first time I came here with snow on the last day of 2010 and didn’t have much time to walk around. I may post some photos with snow in one day.).

Fushimi Inari is the Shinto shrine founded thousand years ago here in Kyoto. The remarkable that you can see here, of course, ‘Torii’. A lot of Torii(s) and also the foxes that believed they are the messengers from God. :)

Actually, Fushimi Inari is my most favourite place in Kyoto. I really love the magnificence of a bunch of torii (really speechless to explain how I feel every time I see).

This time I could manage to walk around to the top here and back in full cycle. Yeah! :D

I was back to Tokyo on the late afternoon to prepare myself back to my homeland. Thank you very much for everyone who come to visit my #Japan #bigtrip. I wish I have a chance for next big trip and share the moment for you all again :D

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  1. January 16, 2013

    Reblogged this on seattleinspired and commented:
    These pics are too beautiful not to be shared!
    Thanks Malaharp!
    xx

  2. February 2, 2013

    Very nice pictures!

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