Fushimi Inari Taisha is a world famous shrine in Kyoto It is crowded everyday with visitors including those who from overseas, all enthusiastically praying for their prosperity . After climbing all the way through the famous SENBON TORII (a corridor of thousands of red torii), you arrive at the Okusha Hohaisho Prayer building, and a stone called "OMOKARU (light or heavy) ISHI".
The stone has become so famous that you have to line up to see it. Even so, I recommend waiting in line because it is said that this stone has tremendous power. As you approach the stone, make a wish and then lift the ball-shaped stone at the top with your bare hands. If you feel it's lighter than you expected, your wish will be granted. If it's heavier, well, it's not meant to be... But please don't worry. You can come back any time and try it again another day! Please give it a shot!
7 min on foot from Inari Taisha Mae, Kyoto city bus "south No.5"
5 min on foot from Fushimi Inari Taisha station, Keihai line
Within 1 min on foot from Inari station, JR Nara line