It is a name that indicates the tone of a flute. Originally banshiki-cho is one of the six tone of Japanese court music Gagaku, Banshiki (Western music , modal to the tonic of a sound), because the Noh of the flute ( Nohkan ) does not tuned, so the pitch is slightly different for each tube and the tone is determined by how to make seven finge holes. Specifically, the melody that ends by opening the four hole or five hole depending on Noh style from the bass is the oshiki-chou. The melody that ends by opening the fourth hole (fifth according to the style) from the bass is the yellow bell tone . The tone of the flute is normal, Oshiki-cho, but some of the hayashi accompaniment (the part where the hayashi musical accompaniment is the main part) has a high-pitched bell-like tone.