An example of group worship conducted by members of a . Every year on July 27, a yamabiraki is performed at Ōyama Afuri Jinja. The members of the Ohana Kō located in Tokyo's Nihonbashi neighborhood take part in the observance on this day as a group. The path leading up to the mound Ōyama is symbolically opened up by members of the Ohana Kō with a key. This practice has continued since the Edo period.

Kanagawa Prefecture, 2007

©Ōsawa Kōji