It is one of the rhythms used in Noh and Kyogen. In a narrow sense, it refers to the rhythm ends slowly following the watari-byoushi rhythm and the song that is continuously become slower following the ending of rhythm. It is featured that the chanting which follows the watari-byoushi rhythm is sung as hira-nori and the drum becomes mainly and takes the lead of hayashi musical accompaniment; the chanting is stated chanting from the second beat. But it is more spacious than hira-nori songs and is used for Noh plays such as “Shojo” ang “Arashiyama”. In addition, the flute also has a score that rides on the rhythm and it is characterized by blowing from the first beat. It is correspond to “Sadari tan (slower end)”, “Gaku”, “Shojo midare”, “Sagi midare”, “Shishi rion”, etc. but usually, when we talk or think about the watari-byoushi we refers to “lower end (Sagari tan)”.