The Ogasawara-style musical rice planting is a gorgeous performing art in which performers wear colorful costumes and play large drums, smaller hand drums, flutes, etc. It is also an agricultural Shinto ritual to pray for a bountiful harvest. In the ​​Mt. Sanbe region, this tradition has been handed down in the Ikeda and Koyahara districts of Sanbe-cho. At the rice planting festival held at Mononobe Shrine in July, the rice planting musical dedication of Koyahara is performed. In Oda City, the Ogasawara-style musical rice planting performance of Oshiro-cho has been designated as an intangible folk cultural property of the city, and in Minakami-cho, the Hanataue rice planting festival has been passed down through generations.