It is the dance that is following the dance of the Okina old man’s congratulations as “Shibi Sanban (Okina)” and it is also said that “Noh and non-Noh” in the Shinto ritual and prayer song. In the Izumi style, it is witten as “三番叟Sanbaso”, and in the Okura style it is written as “三番三 Sanbanso”. The content became from the dance of “Suzu no dan” which performer dance with back Noh mask respecting an old man and prop Suzuki which is a symbol of rise ears; and the dance to requiescats the soul, pray for a good harvest, and give gratitude as “Moni no dan”. In addition, there is a question and answer of the congratulatory message of the Noh mask respecting an old man lieutenant and Chitose (or holding a mask box) between “Moni no dan” and “Suzunodan”. The origin of the name “Sanbaso” is that “Shiki Sanban” before the ealy Muromachi period was performed in the order of “Father(Chichinoji)”, “Okina”, and “Sanban Sarugaku”. It is said that the second “Sanban Sarugaku” became “Sanbasou”. Kyougen is also performed but it is a special thing that is different from ordinary Kyougen, and because it is a Shinto ritual, it is customary for the performer to perform a devoted ritual.