INARI, near Nezu Jinja shrine, Tokyo, Japan The Otomi Inari shrine is adjacent to the Nezu Jinja shrine in Tokyo. Inari (rice deity) shrines are entered through red torii gates and marked by Kitsune (fox) statues adorned with red votive bibs. The fox is the messenger of the Inari. Donations for torii gates are tax-deductible, and the Japanese characters seen here are the names of donors, rather than of religious significance. Timothy McCoy photographed this image in 2002 in Tokyo, Japan, in 35mm format under available light conditions using transparency film. He printed it in 2008 on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag archival paper with an Epson 9800 printer using 3-K archival Ultrachrome inks. The mat is 4-ply, museum-quality, acid-free, unbuffered mat board. The image is printed in the following limited editions: 50 are 16 x 20 in. (mat size 29 x 32 in.) 100 are 11 x 14 in. (mat size 17.5 x 20 in.) Click on INFORMATION to call or email for prices.