Shops in Fushimi Inari

Buddhist altar fittings store Hanabishi, Kyoto style Buddhist altar fittings

Plenty of good luck charms, such as natural rock bracelets

Established in 1993 as an authentic Buddhist altar fittings store, selling Buddhist statues. hand-carved by sculptors in Kyoto. In recent years, we have been offering more casual stuff as well, like beckoning cats (maneki neko) and power stones that bring good luck. They are popular as souvenirs for visitors to Fushimi Inari Shrine.

We can make an original bracelet for you.

The owner's recommendation is the bracelets made of natural rocks. They are moderately priced, since the owner had bought the rocks visiting different areas all over the world. Most of the bracelets in our store are not mass produced, but unique items. Only one of these exists in the world! We can make an original bracelet with stones that you choose. Why not take home a good luck charm to remember the mysterious power of Fushimi Inari Shrine. It will be a nice souvenir of your trip to Kyoto.

  • The palm size ceramic cat, maruneko (Round Cat), is popular with foreign visitors. (500 yen) Perhaps cats are the good luck charms all over the world.

  • Some of the Buddhist statues in our store were hand carved by sculptors in Kyoto. You can place an order, based on your budget, the size you desire, etc.

  • Natural stone bracelets, available from around 2,000 yen each are popular as "power stones." We can make you a bracelet with the stones you select and arrange them in your preferred design.

  • A written oracle with a 12-year Chinese zodiac design costs 300 yen. Draw one to discover your luck for the year. This will be a good memory of your visit to Fushimi Inari Shrine.

Touristic spots recommended by shop owners

Cherry trees along the canal

The Fushimi Inari area has more scenic cherry blossom viewing spots than any other part of Kyoto city. In particular, the cherries that line the JR railway and the canal are known for being some of the most picturesque in the area. People in neighboring communities are proud of the lovely flowering trees, and even more of the elegant sight of cherry petals wafting down and floating away on the water of the canal. Whether you are in the area to visit a shrine or to take in the sights, we recommend you stop by to see this.

Shop Information

Shop name Hanabishi, Kyoto style Buddhist altar fittings
Address 24-6,Fukakusa-ichinotsubo-cho,Fushimi-ku,Kyoto
Business Hours 10:00-17:30
Holidays Wednesdays.Unannounced closings may occur.
Telephone 075-647-2611
Fax 075-647-2612
E-mail webmaster@kyoto-luckydo.jp
Website http://kyoto-luckydo.jp/
Fushimi Inari Village Administrative Office
70,Fukakusa-inari-onmae-cho,Fushimi-ku,Kyoto

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