Inari Ōkami is the Japanese kami of fertility, rice, agriculture, foxes, industry, and worldly success and one of the principal kami of Shinto. Represented as male, female, or androgynous, Inari is sometimes seen as a collective of three or five individual kami. Inari appears to have been worshipped since the founding of a shrine at Inari Mountain in 711 AD, although some scholars believe that worship started in the late 5th century
Kitsune 狐 significa zorro, animal que constituye un elemento de singular importancia en el folclore japonés, de hecho se utiliza para nombrar a un espíritu cuya función clásica es la de proteger bosques y aldeas.
Inari Statue at Hanazono-Inari-Jinja, Ueno Park, Tokyo. Inari 稲荷 is the Japanese Kami (God) of Fertility, Rice, Agriculture, Foxes, Industry and Success, and is one of the Most Important Kami in Shinto. Kitsune 狐 or きつね (Fox) are Believed to be the Special Messengers of Inari - Especially White Foxes .