Rituals heve been conducted a few times a year on Okinoshima after the ancient ritual sites. Shrine buildings of Okitsu-miya had been constructed by the middle of the 17th century, amidst the huge rocks where ancient rituals were performed. Today a Munakata Taisha priest stays on the island in full-time ten-day shifts, offering a religious service each day at the shrine. Tagorihime-no-kami is enshrined there.
The shrine building of Mitake shrine was build on the Mitakesan ritual site, and the main hall of Nakatsu-miya on foot of Mt Mitake when the ancient rituals were no longer conducted. A path links the main hall with the Mitakesan ritual site on mountain's summit, together forming the sacred precinct of Nakatsu-miya. The current main hall was rebuilt in the early seventeenth century, and has been designated as a tangible cultural property of Fukuoka prefecture.
Hetsu-miya is situated on the main island of Kyushu, near the Tsurikawa river, which was an inlet of the sea in ancient times. Hetsu-miya has become the central venue for Munakata Taisha's rituals, which are deeply connected to the sea, the river, and the Three Female Deities of Munakata. The shrine buildings had been constructed by the 12th century at the latest, at the foot of the hill where the Shimotakamiya ritual site is located. The current main hall and worship hall are designated as important cultural properties. One part of the Shimotakamiya ritual site is a ritual area called Takamiya Saijo, where Shinto rituals are conducted in the open air.