One of the most renowned shrines in Kyoto established in 711 CE. It is the head of some 30,000 Inari Shrines across Japan that enshrine Inari, the god of white foxes. Fushimi Inari Taisha is a regular among the top 3 sites visited by international tourists due mostly to the famous Senbon Torii, a path lined with thousands of vermillion torii gates connecting the foot of the mountain to its top like a tunnel. The traditional custom to donate a torii to have a wish come true or in gratitude for a wish that came true has led to over 10,000 torii gates today. Fushimi Inari is open 24/7. So, if you want to avoid crowds, it may be fun to visit there at night to see its mystic views in darkness unless you are easily spooked.