The Yude Inari Shrine in Kyushu and the Fushimi Inari in Kyoto and the Inari Inari in Ibaraki Prefecture are listed as the three major Inari Shrines in Japan, where the gods of grain and food in Japanese mythology are enshrined.
I have learned a lot about the shrine culture of Japan at Yide Inari Shrine.
1. Enter the shrine's handwash rituals, wash your hands, rinse your mouth and rinse the water. These are the first steps into any shrine.
2. The torii, in the legend, is the boundary between the human world and the realm. If you enter the tori, you will enter the "divine world". People must enter from both sides of the tori, and cannot walk in the middle. The middle is the road of God. .
3. The torii is usually made of wood, and some of it is made of copper or iron. The tori of the Youde Inari Shrine is a bright red color, because it symbolizes celebration and harvest.
4. Visitors who wished to visit the gods of Inari, when they wish to reach a wish, some people will donate a bird house for Inari, so the red bird house that is arranged here in turn is a beautiful autumn. Scenery. The donor's name, address, etc. can be written on the pillar of the torii.
We are fortunate to enter the most sacred and beautiful temple of Youde Inari, and come to the clergy for a brief visit. Although I don't understand what they are saying, but in front of all the gods in the world, it is nothing more than asking them to protect their families, relatives and friends, and to be healthy and happy.