It is one of the rhythm methods of chanting. There are some songs that follow the rhythm of the hayashi musical accompaniment and some that do not. And those that make congruence on the rhythm have hira-nori, chuu-nori and o-nori. The o-nori is basically, “So~No~To~Ki~Yo~Shi~Tsu~Ne~” as chanting is assigned an 8-character four-four tone adjusted to 8 beats. The first character often starts from the second beat, but depending on the number of characters, the presence or absence of clauses , etc., the interval between chanting (beats) may change, or “run” or “pulling” may be inserted… In many cases, it is chanted with a good feeling-floating-floating. Taiko drums may or may not be played as in.