It is one of Noh’s hayashi musical accompaniments (the part of a song where hayashi musical accompaniment is the main part). At the beginning of the backstage of Noh “Ishibashi”, when the lion appeared , small drums , large drums , and drums were played brilliantly, and the flute softened. The middle stage of Ranjo, small drum and drum is played uniquely by the Hayashi musical with a long silence called “Ro no te or Ro no byoushi (expressing step or expressing rhythm)”. This is said to represent the sound of dew dripping into the deep mountain valley. After that, the lion appeared in a magnificent state, as soon as it entered the main Noh stage and the disorder was over, it became a lion mai dance.