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. Chuu-nori basically chants 16 characters by allocating them to 8 beats such as “chant and tells all the important things to you”. For this reason, there is basically no place to pull and sing, but when the number of characters is small, use “pause” or “pull”. Because it is sung with a good and graceful feeling so it is often chanted in the final part of Shura Noh, where the spirit of the samurai describes the suffering of Shura and in the scene where the demon god shows dignity. It is also called “Shura Nori ” or “Han Nori “. Flute, small drum, large drum is played, and drum is not.