It is a song that is performed second time after Waki Noh in performance according to the official performance format of the Edo period “Gobanritsu” when the Noh performance are divided into five types “God, Man, Woman, Madness and Oni”. It is often depicted as a warrior who lived his life with the war and was said to have fallen into Shurado after his death. Shura is an abbreviation for Ashura, and in the Buddhist worldview, Shura is always a world of continuous battle. There are many songs by male warriors such as “Tamura”, “Tsumori” and “Yorimasa”, but there has also a song by female warrior called “Tomoe”. Also called “second thing”.