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The path through the orange torii gates was horribly overcrowded

The path through the orange torii gates was horribly overcrowded

The path through the orange torii gates towards the Fushimi- Inari shrine was horribly overcrowded After about a 30-45 minute ascent and a gradual decrease in the density of torii gates, visitors will reach the Yotsutsuji intersection roughly halfway up the mountain, where some nice views over Kyoto can be enjoyed, and the trail splits into a circular route to the summit. Many hikers only venture as far as here, as the trails do not offer much variation beyond this point and the gate density decreases further. Notes about the Fushimi- Inari shrine appeared earlier in this album but will also appear later on in this album. (see subsequent pictures). (Kyoto, Japan, Apr/ May 2019)

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Photo taken on 1 May 2019 (© shankar s. / Flickr)

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