Inari

A simple dish consisting of Aburage bags stuffed with vinegar rice.
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Inari

in Japanese mythology, god primarily known as the protector of rice cultivation. The god also furthers prosperity and is worshiped particularly by ...
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Inari

In Japanese mythology, Inari is both the god of food and the goddess of rice.
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Inari

In Shinto, the god(dess) of rice, food, and prosperity. Often represented as a bearded old man with foxes as his messengers, Inari displays gender changes, and is also frequently shown as a woman...
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Inari

Inari (ē'närē) , Swed. Enare, lake, c.500 sq mi (1,290 sq km), N Finland. It is fed by the Ivalojoki and empties into the Arctic Ocean through the Paatsjoki. Lake Inari contains more than 3,000 islands and is a tourist attraction.
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