Friday, March 6, 2020

Inari, Konkon, Koi Iroha - Neagari no Matsu

Another place at Fushimi Inari Shrine shown in several episodes of Inari, Konkon, Koi Iroha is the area near the Neagari no Matsu.

Image from Episode 1 - 06m35s

Image from Episode 2 - 05m30s

Image from OVA - 04m02s

This shot is shown in several episodes and the OVA.

Image from Episode 1 - 06m22s

The area is slightly different compared to what's shown in the anime.

Image from Episode 1 - 06m23s

The torii gates and the lantern behind the small fence is facing in a different direction in real life.

Up by the torii gates and the lantern is also the Neagari no Matsu itself. It's a pine-tree with roots raised above ground. Only the roots seems to be left standing though.

Image from Episode 1 - 07m26s

There's only 1 level of stairs here.

Image from Episode 2 - 05m36s

Lots of torii gates in front of the fenced in area.

Image from Episode 3 - 17m54s

Uka falls down here after Inari uses too much power.

Image from Episode 3 - 17m59s

She gets spotted by Touka.

Image from Episode 3 - 18m19s

Who tries to help her. The path here is much narrower than in the show.

Image from Episode 3 - 19m01s

Uka gets shocked when she comes to.

Image from Episode 3 - 20m23s

Later on Touka and Uka sits here while eating the inarizushi Touka was carrying.

Image from Episode 3 - 20m43s

Reverse view.

Image from Episode 5 - 05m51s

In a later episode Uka sits here.

Image from Episode 5 - 06m05s

While playing games.

Image from Episode 10 - 22m44s

Inari leaves inarizushi at the fenced in area.

Image from OVA - 02m42s

The place where Inari left the inarizushi matches except for the roof that's not here.

Image from OVA - 20m53s

Image from OVA - 20m49s

Uka sitting on top of the torii gates. If you head down the gates here you get to the Okusha Hohaisho prayer building.

Image from OVA - 03m35s

Side view of Uka sitting on the torii gate.

Image from OVA - 21m16s

And a shot of Inari and friends walking through the gates.

Location map:

This location was visited on 2019/12/22.

Shrine official website

Special thanks to the ones who went here before:

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