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Shrine where the Japanese countless torii in Kyoto towers "Fushimi-inari-taisha" Fushimi-Inari-Taisha is general Hongu in Inarijinja in Japan, and the god of the whole Inari mountain with a main shrine is made the target of belief. There are many toriis and because it ranges, and is a tunnel, it's called "one thousand torii" and is worth seeing there. This torii is vermilion. It's because it's thought that vermilion is the color opposed against the magic. When a person wishes earnest prayers being answered and prosperous business while passing through this torii, it's said that there is divine favor. So a company name and a personal name are recorded by each on a pillar of a torii.

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