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[Souvenirs and Eating MAP around Fushimi Inari-taisha Shrine

Reference for sightseeing in Kyoto! [Souvenirs and Eating Around Fushimi Inari Taisha Shrine MAP

Fushimi Inari Taisha Shrine is one of the most popular sightseeing spots in Kyoto. In the surrounding area, you will find a variety of stores that you will want to stop by, such as long-established Japanese confectionery stores, sweets stores that are the talk of the town on SNS, and unique cafes. Enjoy strolling freely while eating and choosing souvenirs on your way to and from the shrine.

1.GALLERY KACCO's fox masks are the perfect souvenir of a visit to the Fushimi Inari Taisha shrine.

GALLERY KACCO's fox mask

Hand-painted fox masks with a different design for each season: 1,500 yen. Those with charms and other decorations are 1,800 yen.

A ceramic and sundry goods store run by ceramic artist Kanako Naito. [The shop offers a wide variety of originally designed sundries with the motif of a white fox, which is believed to be the messenger of the god Inari at the Fushimi Inari Taisha shrine. Among them, the fox masks are hand-painted by an artist. The design of the masks changes with the seasons, so be sure to take one home as a souvenir to add to the memories of your trip.


  • Gallery Caco
  • 46-4 Fukakusa Inari Nakano-cho, Fushimi-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto
  • 2 minutes walk from JR "Inari" station
    3 minutes walk from Keihan "Fushimi Inari Station"
  • Tel. 075-641-5527
  • 10:00-17:30
  • Open irregular holidays *Check Instagram for details
  • No parking
  • https://www.instagram.com/gallerykacco/

2.Inari Futaba's Mame-Daifuku, a bean-jam-filled rice cake with the taste of a famous store, has been inherited and loved by many.

Inari Futaba's Mame Daifuku

The popular bean-daifuku is 180 yen. It lasts only for the day, so you can eat it immediately after purchase.

A long-established Japanese confectionary store that was split from Demachi Futaba in Demachiyanagi, famous for its "mame daifuku" (bean-shaped confectionary). For many years, the shop has handmade wagashi and sekihan (red rice) in the Fushimi Inari area. The specialty is the Mame-Daifuku, which is made entirely with Fushimi's famous water. Hanijyu-mochi rice cakes from Shiga Prefecture are carefully pounded using a stone mortar and pestle to make them soft and comfortable to eat. The balance of gentle sweetness and moderate saltiness is also exquisite. You will want to buy some as souvenirs as well as to eat while walking around.

Inari shrine maidenhair (maidenhair spleenwort, esp. Adiantum pedatum)

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  • 55 Fukakusa Inari Nakano-cho, Fushimi-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto
  • 2 minutes walk from JR "Inari" station
  • Tel. 075-641-3612
  • 9:00-18:00
  • Closed on Thursdays and irregular holidays
    Eat-in not allowed
  • No parking

3.[Fushimi Inari Taisha Shrine [Food at Terakoya Honpo Fushimi

Terakoya Honpo's Mochiyaki Senbei (rice crackers) and Nure Okaki (rice crackers on skewers)

On the left is Mochiyaki Senbei (sticky rice crackers) with a cute egg-white illustration: Kitsune Inari Nori, 240 yen. On the right is Nure Okaki on a skewer, Oage-san mayo, 300 yen. Both are only available at the Fushimi store.

[Located on the approach to the Fushimi Inari Taisha shrine, the Terakoya Honpo Fushimi store offers a wide variety of rice crackers and rice crackers with a simple taste. Mochiyaki rice crackers wrapped in seaweed with a fox and torii gate design, typical of Fushimi Inari, are available only at this store. Oage-san mayo, a skewered wet rice cracker coated with mayonnaise and topped with fried tofu, is also available only at the Fushimi store and is said to be popular among foreign tourists. Enjoy strolling around the area with this reasonably priced food.

Terakoya Honpo Fushimi

4.Japanese sweets with fruit skewers at Fushimi Inari Fushimi Itoken, with its cute appearance.

Fruits Skewers Wagashi from Itoken Fushimi Inari Shop

Fruit skewers wagashi are 500 yen per skewer for take-out, 509 yen per skewer for eat-in *The design of the wagashi in the center of the skewer varies depending on the season

Itoken is a long-established Japanese confectionery store established in 1864. At the Fushimi Inari branch, you will find cute sweets based on the theme of confectionaries and fruits. The kudamono kushi wagashi, available only at the Fushimi Inari store, combines fresh strawberries with authentic wagashi. The white kitsune is a grated yam bun filled with red bean paste, and its round shape and expression are adorable. The design of the wagashi changes with the seasons. The skewer comes with a omikuji, which you can enjoy after you finish eating.

Kaka Itoken Fushimi Inari Store

  • Kakari Inari Shops
  • 82-2 Fukakusa Inari Gozen-cho, Fushimi-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto
  • 5 min. walk from Keihan "Fushimi Inari" station or JR "Inari" station.
  • Tel. 0120-929-110 (main representative)
  • 10:00-18:00 (Eat-in LO/17:30) *Changes depending on the season.
  • Open daily (subject to change due to inclement weather, etc.)
    Eat-in allowed
  • No parking
  • https://www.instagram.com/kyoto_itoken/

5.Konishi Imo Gelato and Aimono Parfait

Konishi Imo Gelato and Oimono Parfait

Gelato and Aimono Parfait: 700 yen. Gelato is basically Silk Sweet, with a choice of 3-4 types including rice (with brown rice or without brown rice), coffee & dates, etc.

Founded in 1950, this sweet potato specialty store still retains the nostalgic atmosphere of the Showa period, and has been selling gelato and oimono parfaits in collaboration with [Premarche Gelateria] in the Sanjokai shopping district since 2019. The gelato makes the most of the flavors of the ingredients and does not use any synthetic additives. The taro topping is soft and sweet, and has a simple taste. The store also boasts other gourmet potato products such as baked sweet potatoes, steamed sweet potatoes, and sweet potato kenpi-chi.

Konishi potato

  • Konishiimo
  • 30 Enokibashi-cho, Fukakusa Inari, Fushimi-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto Prefecture
  • 3 minutes walk from Keihan "Fushimi Inari" station or JR "Inari" station.
  • Tel.075-641-5629
  • 10:00-17:00 *Close when sold out
  • Closed on Thursdays and irregular holidays
    Eat-in not allowed
  • No parking
  • https://twitter.com/konishi_imo/

6.Inari sushi packed with all of the specialties of the Nezameya family.

Inari Sushi at Nemazake House

Inari sushi (150 yen per piece) has a shelf life of only one day. Minimum order for eating out is 1 piece; for take-out and in-store dining, minimum order is 4 pieces.

[A long-established shop, established 1540 years ago, is located near the back approach to Fushimi Inari Taisha Shrine. The name of the shop was given by Toyotomi Hideyoshi. The specialty is handmade inari sushi, with sweet and spicy fried bean curd cooked in a secret broth every morning. The sushi rice is richly flavored with home-made sweet and spicy burdock root, black sesame seeds, and hemp seeds (onomi). It is recommended to dine in the restaurant before or after visiting the shrine, or to eat it whenever you feel hungry.


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  • 82 Fukakusa Inari Gozen-cho, Fushimi-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto
  • 2 minutes walk from JR "Inari" station
  • Tel. 075-641-0802
  • 10:00 - 16:00 *Close when sold out
  • Irregular holidays
  • All seats non-smoking No private room No parking
  • http://nezameya.com

7.The watery rice cake at the Marumochiya Fushimi Inari main store is a delight to eat.

Mizu-Maru Mochi from Marumochiya Fushimi Inari Honten

The crunchy texture is irresistible. 500 yen for a piece of Mizumaru Mochi. The combination of soybean flour and molasses is also irresistible!

[Marumochi-ya is a Japanese confectionery specialty store with two stores near the Fushimi Inari Taisha shrine. When you break the transparent, round, water-marumochi like a water balloon, strawbies pop out. This playful Japanese sweet is popular on SNS as a signature product. The plump, moist rice cake can be topped with brown sugar or soybean flour, if desired. Marumochi with a crispy outer layer and a soft and chewy inner layer of red bean paste is also a recommended gourmet food to try.

Marumochiya Fushimi Inari Main Store

  • Marumochiya Wushimi Inari Honten
  • 27-9 Fukakusa Ichinotsubocho, Fushimi Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture
  • 2 minutes on foot from Keihan "Fushimi Inari Station"
    3 minutes walk from JR Inari Station
  • Tel.090-8504-6325
  • 10:00-17:00
  • Irregular holidays
    Eat-in allowed
  • No parking
  • https://marumochiya.net/

8.Soft and melt-in-your-mouth two-color o-hagi (rice cake) from "Used Book & Book Reading Cafe Dairiki Mochi

Used Book & Reading Cafe: Two-colored rice cakes from Dairiki Mochi

Nishiki Ohagi, which has many fans, is 400 yen for 2 pieces. Anko (red bean paste) and kinako (soybean flour) are available, each at 200 yen per piece.

Dairiki Shokudo has been a local favorite for about 50 years since 1966. Kentaro Ogawa took over his parents' diner and revived it as a book café. We recommend the owner's handmade two-color o-hagi with anko (red bean paste) and kinako (soybean flour). Ingredients include red bean paste made from carefully selected Hokkaido Dainagon azuki beans, Shiga Habutae glutinous rice, and high-quality domestic soybean flour. The soft texture of the soft mochi and the gentle sweetness of the millet sugar make it easy to eat, and it has earned a reputation as a "melt-in-your-mouth" o-hagi. The seasonal product, Yomogi Mochi (mugwort rice cake), which appears in the spring, is also popular and should not be missed.

Used Book & Reading Cafe Dairikimochi

  • 6-293-2 Fukakusa Naojibashi, Fushimi-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto
  • 5 min. walk from Fujimori Sta. of Keihan Co.
    12 minutes walk from JR Inari Station
  • Tel. 075-641-2878
  • 12:00-21:00 (LO/20:30)
    Friday 12:00-23:00 *Evening cafe 20:00-23:00 (LO/22:30)
    Sunday 12:00 - 20:00 (LO/19:30)
  • Closed on Thursdays and every other Wednesday
  • All seats non-smoking No private room No parking
    5 bicycle parking spaces
  • https://www.instagram.com/bookcafe_dairiki_mochi/

9.Omusubi (rice balls) from Komusubi, an old-fashioned Japanese-style house cafe, to enjoy while on a field trip

Three kinds of rice balls from Komusubi, an old private house cafe

(Left) Egg yolk marinated in tamari soy sauce after freezing: 300 yen (Center) Small, soft chirimen-jako (dried young sardines) seasoned with green pepper and sesame oil: 220 yen (Right) Mentaiko cream cheese, a rich combination: 250 yen

The owner, Mr. Osumi, opened this old private house café with the idea of creating a place like a teishoku-ya where college students in their prime can comfortably go to eat. There are about 20 kinds of rice balls, including daily specials, made from carefully selected Koshihikari rice and wrapped in seaweed imported from Tsukiji. In addition to the standard items such as grilled salmon and freshly shaved okaka seaweed, there are also rich and satisfying ingredients such as pork kimchi and mentaiko mayo that are sure to make your eyes water. After a long day of walking around, recharge your energy with your favorite omusubi.

Kominka Cafe Komusubi

  • Kominka Cafe Komusubi
  • 45-6 Fukakusa Kenasa-cho, Fushimi Ward, Kyoto City, Kyoto Prefecture
  • 3 minutes on foot from Keihan "Ryukoku Daimae Fukakusa Station"
    7 minute walk from JR Inari Station
  • Tel: None
  • 9:00-15:00 *Close when sold out
  • Irregular holidays
  • All seats non-smoking No private room No parking
  • https://www.instagram.com/kominkacafekomusubi/

10.The taste and aroma of Nishimura Banchaya Honten GELATO FACTORY's matcha latte will enchant you.

Matcha Latte Float at Nishimurabanchaya Honten GELATO FACTORY

Authentic matcha latte, made by a tea wholesaler, is 600 yen for both iced and hot. The popular matcha latte float topped with gelato is 900 yen.

This gelato store is run by a long-established tea wholesaler that has been making Japanese tea in Uji since 1922. The gelato is made from carefully selected tea leaves of the highest quality, allowing you to enjoy the deep taste and rich aroma of tea. The matcha latte is recommended along with a variety of other gelato, including tea and seasonal fruits. The latte is a luxurious drink filled with "Premium Matcha Keika," a dark matcha green tea. In the hot summer months, a matcha latte float topped with gelato is perfect. In April 2024, an eat-in space with about 30 seats is scheduled to open on the second floor.

Nishimurabanchaya Honten GELATO FACTORY

  • Nishimura Banchaya Honten Gelato Factory
  • 38-8 Fukakusa Ichinotsubo-cho, Fushimi-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto
  • 1 minute walk from Keihan "Fushimi Inari Station"
  • Tel. 075-634-8818
  • 10:00-17:00
    Summer 10:00-18:00
  • Closed on Wednesdays and Thursdays *Changes during the summer.
  • All seats non-smoking No private room No parking
  • https://www.instagram.com/nishimura_gelato_factory

11.Made right in front of your eyes [Imo Pippi. 1mm silk thread purple sweet potato and ice cream at Fushimi Inari Store

Sweet potato pippi. 1mm silk thread purple sweet potato and ice cream from Fushimi Inari Store.

1mm silken threads of purple sweet potato and ice cream for 1,300 yen. Many people take pictures of the silky threads of purple sweet potato paste being squeezed out in front of them after ordering!

You can enjoy sweet potato sweets made from extremely honey-aged baked sweet potatoes with a sugar content of over 50 degrees. . At the Fushimi Inari branch, the 1mm silk threads of purple sweet potato and ice cream are gaining popularity as they look great on SNS. The base is made of aged baked sweet potato, rich vanilla ice cream, and whipped cream. On top of that, 1mm purple sweet potato paste is poured like a shower from a custom-made ultra-fine squeezer. The live performance of the process of making the sweet is a perfect way to enliven your eating trip.

Imo-pippi. Fushimi Inari Store

  • Imo pippi. Fushimi Inari Ten
  • 15-13 Fukakusa Aurigawa-cho, Fushimi-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto
  • 3 minutes walk from Keihan "Fushimi Inari Station"
    3 minutes walk from JR Inari Station
  • Tel.075-748-6008
  • 10:00-18:00
  • Irregular holidays
    Eat-in not allowed
  • No parking
  • https://www.instagram.com/imo_pi_pi_inari/
*Please note that the information contained herein is subject to change without notice.
*Since this site uses automatic translation, the translation may differ from the original Japanese content.

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