Looks like: Kyoto Fushimi Inari Shrine's torii gate tunnels
Kyoto’s Fushimi Inari Taisha is not the only shrine with picturesque tunnels of red torii gates set amongst lush greenery. The Higashi Fushimi Inari Shrine west of Tokyo is just as stunning. Founded in 1929, the Higashi Fushimi Inari Shrine welcomes visitors with a massive red torii gate sporting big red and green lanterns on its sides. A staircase flanked by fox statues on both side leads the way to the main shrine. These figurines represent the messengers of god Inari, making them a significant symbol of Inari shrines around Japan.
For the tunnels of red torii gates, explore the forest behind the main shrine. While the gates here are not as neatly arranged as those in Kyoto, you’ll still be impressed by the many shorter pathways; partially connected to each other, they create a mystical maze-like atmosphere. The different paths lead to several smaller shrines, most of them guarded by more fox statues.