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Inari Ōkami is the Japanese kami of fertility, rice, agriculture, foxes, industry, and worldly success. Inari's foxes, or kitsune, are pure white and act as his/her messengers. Inari has been depicted both as male and as female. The most popular representations of Inari, according to scholar Karen Ann Smyers, are a young female food goddess, an old man carrying rice, and an androgynous bodhisattva.

Inari Ōkami is the Japanese kami of fertility, rice, agriculture, foxes, industry, and worldly success. Inari's foxes, or kitsune, are pure white and act as his/her messengers. Inari has been depicted both as male and as female. The most popular representations of Inari, according to scholar Karen Ann Smyers, are a young female food goddess, an old man carrying rice, and an androgynous bodhisattva.

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