Chiyoho Inari Shrine (Chiyoho Inari Jinja / Ochobo-san)3.9
Chiyoho Inari-jinja Shrine, located in Kaizu City, Gifu Prefecture, is one of three major Inari shrines in Japan along with Fushimi Inari in Kyoto Prefecture and Toyokawa Inari in Aichi Prefecture. Being nicknamed "Ochobo-san (chobo is shortened version of Chiyoho)", this shrine has been worshiped by people who wish good luck for business prosperity and safety of their families. Worshippers purchase sake rice wine, candles and O-age (fried tofu, thought to be the fox's favorite food) at a shop near the entrance of the shrine and and make offerings to the Inari deities, which are associated with foxes. After visiting the shrine, you can also enjoy eating and shopping in the bustling Monzen-cho (town in front of a shrine/temple). Their local specialties, savory freshwater fish cuisine including grilled catfish and eels, are highly recommended. As many as two million people visit the shrine in a year and it is especially crowded during the new year holidays and monthly festivals.
PurposeFestivals,Traditional folk,shrine/temple,sightseeing,shopping,an eating tour
Airport/Sta.Chubu Centrair International Airport (about 47.6km) Google Transit
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4.04 months ago
I like this shrine and the shopping road in front of the shrine. You can buy many cheap and delicious fruits and vegetables! You should definitely check it out!
5.02 months ago
Very nice Japanese Shrine with shopping street adjacent.
5.0a year ago
the temple is small but beautiful! it has several typical festival stores and the most famous dish here is that of unagio fish, it is smooth, juicy, delicious and has no thorns.
4.05 months ago
Every year i go there after new year and eat katsu
5.02 months ago
The parking lot of 300 yen was expensive at this place.