Jinja Honchō has released a couple of very short videos on their channel. One is 15 seconds:
And the other is 30 seconds:
These are actually publicity videos for Jingū Taima, and Jingū Taima do appear, on modern-style kamidana, right at the end of the video. The tag line is “Kyō ni Inoru, Ashita ni Negau”, which means something like “Pray for Today, Ask for Tomorrow”, and “Jinja Honchō” appears on the screen at the end.
Because these commercials are targeted at a Japanese audience, I had nothing to do with them, and so my explanation is partly based on assumptions. As I understand it, based on articles in Jinja Shinpō that I think were about these commercials, the goal is to get people to obtain a Jingū Taima and venerate it on a kamidana in their homes. I’m curious; how effective do you think it is likely to be? You can let me know in the comments.
In any case, it is good that Jinja Honchō is trying a wider range of approaches to getting the word out, and the video is clearly supposed to show that venerating Jingū Taima can be part of a wide range of lifestyles.