Kyoto is a city rich in Japanese culture. Around every corner there is something new to discover. People wear the traditional Japanese kimonos and there are temples with zen gardens around every turn. When Jess and I visited Kyoto (the former capital of Japan) we saw more amazing things in just a few days than I ever could have imagined. But there was one very special place that we were sure to fit into the schedule, Fushimi Inari-tasisha, or as we westerners with thick tongues and horrible Japanese often call it, The Red Gates Temple.