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Visit Fushimi Inari LIVE
This is a PRIVATE interactive Fushimi Inari tour that lasts 60 minutes. You can invite your family and friends and there can be up to 10 GUESTS for the cost of one reservation.
For the first time ever, you can visit this historic site live led by an experienced tour guide live. Since this is not a video but a live-streamed walking tour held privately you can ask questions and interact with the tour guide. This is ideal for university classes focusing on Asian Studies and Japan fans who want to get deeper knowledge about the site and culture.
Fushimi Inari Shrine is named as the most popular tourists’ destinations in Japan because of its striking view of 10,000 torii gates. It is the head shrine of 40,000 inari shrines in Japan. Inari Shrines are Shinto shrines worshipping for good harvest for farming products, particularly rice, Japan’s staple food. As Japan became a more industrialized nation, many merchants came here to wish for the success of their business. Nowadays people come here to wish for everything from passing exams, the easy delivery of babies, the success of losing weight and the world peace. It was originally established by Hata Family in 711, who originally came from Korean peninsula.
Unique Interactive Fushimi Tour Online
- Explanation of the Shinto Shrines
- Entering the Shrine from the main gate
- Passing by the Honden
- Walking under the Senbon tori gates
- Ending the tour with the omo karu ishi ritual
Process of Reserving Online Fushimi Inari Tour
- Step 1: Please make a reservation on this page and you will get a confirmation email automatically.
- Step 2: We will email you a link to the online video call 24 hours prior to your lesson. Just click on the link at your reserved time slot and enjoy the experience!
Notes on Reserving Fushimi Inari Tour Online
- The time slots listed on the reservation page is Japanese Standard Time (13 hours ahead of New York City, 7 hours ahead of Paris).
- Please make sure you are joining the meeting by using a device with a camera and a microphone (iphone, macbook, airbook, webcam, etc.).
- The tour guide has to prepare and arrange her schedule in advance. So, please understand that there is a 100% cancellation fee if you can’t participate in the tour.
- If you have concerns about us or looking for references for our services please read the reviews below.
Visit Fushimi Inari LIVE
Kimono Tea Ceremony Maikoya KyotoWe are a cultural experience venue located in the heart of Kyoto, the cultural capital of Japan. We pride ourselves on providing authenthinc experiences in Kyoto. Founded on the four main pricinples of tea ceremony (Harmony, respect, purity and tranquility) Maikoya has gained recognition among both locals and foreigners. Maikoya also recently has been selected as one of the best tea ceremony venues in Japan by Tripadvisor. Learning about a country through cultural workshops and activities will give you a better understanding of our intricate history, valued social principals and holistic way of life. By learning about Japan and its people, you will be immersed in different perspectives and approaches that are unique to this country. Maikoya Kyoto offers you opportunities to understand this culture through local instructors and guides. There is no better way to learn about a new place from the viewpoints of those who grew up and live in this amazing country. What better way to spend an afternoon than learning a traditional, beautiful new art form with a knowledgeable tutor in a picturesque setting? You wouldn't find friendlier people to help you experience Japan in all its splendour.
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*** Please let us know the gender ratio and if you have any food allergies, Halal, gluten-free, vegan or vegetarian preferences.
Frequently Asked Questions FAQ
Do you accept walk-ins?Yes, we accept walk-ins. However, it is chepaer to book online and you may need to wait if you show up without a reservation especially during the peak season.
Do I need to wear a kimono?Traditional tea ceremony is usually conducted by wearing a kimono but since you may simply not be interested in it or you may be pregnant (earlier than 3rd trimester OK) we don’t require you to wear a kimono.
Do I need to sit on my knees all the time or I can sit comfortably? Can I sit on the chair?Yes you can sit comfortably without sitting on your knees. Yes we do provide chairs and desks if you need.
What is the etiquette for tea ceremony?Please remember to --take your shoes off, --be quiet and not talk to your partner throughout the ceremony, —not use your cell phone (we allow photos before and after) but ideally you should forget worldly and materialistic thoughts.
Do you have kimonos for kids?Please remember to --take your shoes off, --be quiet and not talk to your partner throughout the ceremony, —not use your cell phone (we allow photos before and after) but ideally you should forget worldly and materialistic thoughts.
Do you have plus size kimonos?Yes we do have extra size kimonos. If you are a plus size please let us know when you reserve about your size.
Can I walk outside wearing the kimono for the rest of the day?Yes! you can walk outside with additional fee JPY1000 by 6 pm!
Do you provide any hairdo services?Yes (for females), we will make sure you look your best and your hair matches the traditional kimono style.
Do you only show activities or you explain the meanings, symbols etc?Of course we explain all the meanings and symbols. We also answer many questions you may have (what tis the relationship between zen and tea ceremony, what is the relationship between zen and shodo, what is the difference between Shinto and Buddhism, etc.)
Do you have a souvenir shop where I can get matcha tea, tea ceremony set, calligraphy set, etc. to remember my experience?Yes we do.
Where can I buy a kimono?We can recommend you a few nearby shops that sell 2nd hand, upscale and economy kimonos, yukatas, samues and hakamas.