Since the Middle Ages, Japan has regarded foxes as the messengers of the Inari god, and almost all Inari Shrines throughout the country have replaced Kamen dogs.
In the foxes of Japanese mythology, the god of Inari is a kind fox, also known as Osen Inari. In Shinto mythology, the fox is Inari's vehicle and guardian.
The most worshipped fox at Inari Shrine is the white fox. The white fox's fur is white, which symbolizes the happiness of people and represents the good fox. According to legend, Abe Haruaki's mother, Kuzu Ye, is also a white fox.
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