Sightseeing in Kyoto and Ohara, and finally "Seisei Inari Shrine". It was originally on the site of Jurakudai, which was built by Toyotomi Hideyoshi. It is said that Emperor Goyosei went there and worshiped there, so it came to be called "Seisei Inari Shrine". Then why is Kyoto in such a countryside of Ohara again? I think, but for the time being, it's still going on. After that, he moved to the west of Nijo Castle along Senbon-dori, and at that time he was still worshiped as a successful Inari. It seems that Shozo Makino and Matsunosuke Onoe donated the torii gate in the modern era. So, in 2012, It is said that it has moved to this place. e? It's abrupt.
It feels rather small. A sign that you almost pass by without noticing it. Even though the history is amazing. ..
It's as good as a farmer's garden. It feels like it's gone. Where is the spectacular career?
After all it is quite venerable, isn't it? But why? ..
This is a torii. It's small. But maybe I like this much better.
There are guardian dogs, and there are also foxes.
I have no idea which one is from Hideyoshi's time. Furthermore, one of the guardian dogs is said to have been donated by Shinmon Tatsugoro, but I don't know which guardian dog it is. ..
However, there aren't many people who are worshiping God anymore. Good luck, money, fame, longevity of martial arts, food, clothing and shelter, all ten kinds of gods.
As Shinmon Tatsugoro donates, it seems that there will be a benefit in hitting the hill. By the way, Shinmon Tatsugoro is a guest at the end of the Edo period. During the Battle of Toba-Fushimi, Yoshinobu Tokugawa moved from Osaka Castle to Edo Castle There is an anecdote that Shinmon Tatsugoro will get it back because he didn't bring it back when he ran away. Anyway, the person who has been guarding the Tokugawa family and Yoshinobu Tokugawa all the time. I'm a big boss.
Well, it's a perfect place to spend the village of Ohara at dusk while remembering the past. After the dream of summer grass and soldiers Looks good on you. Kyoto Ohara Shusse Inari Shrine 〒601-1242 148 Ohararaikoincho, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto TEL.075-744-4070