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Postcards for Oseki-san.

Sending postcards to the Cough God

Oseki-san is a rock enshrined on Inariyama that heals people with pnuemonia, tuberculosis, chronic coughs, and other lung problems. Here's the address for Oseki-san.

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7 Wells of Kyoto

Kyoto City has thousands of wells because its soft groundwater brings out subtle flavours in food and drink. Here are 7 with incredible histories and stories revolving around life and death, love and heartbreak.

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Daifuku-mochi, ¥180. Rice cakes with red bean paste inside.

The Softest Mochi in Kyoto: Chikaramochi Shokudo Katoshoten

Just minutes from Ninenzaka, Sannenzaka, and the ever-popular Yasaka Pagoda is a 24-seater udon, donburi, and mochi shop called Chikaramochi Shokudo Katoshoten.

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A Dream by the Ganrikisha

Ganrikisha’s “A Dream” & “Change Your Life in 7 Steps”

Ganrikisha, literally the Eye Power Shrine, is a shrine on Fushimi Inari with two popular poems. Here they are in Japanese, romanised Japanese, and English.

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5 torii gates not to miss in Kyoto

Fushimi Inari might be the most famous shrine in all of Japan because of its 10,000 torii gates, but don't miss out on these 5 unique torii you should visit in Kyoto.

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Getting to Fushimi Inari Taisha on the Keihan Line

To get to Fushimi Inari Taisha from Demachiyanagi Station, Sanjo Station, Gion-Shijo Station, Shichijo Station, or Tofukuji Station, take a sub-express, commuter sub-express, or express train on the Keihan Line.

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