It is the slashing that many samurai show in battle scenes. It is found in “Shoson” play and “Eboshi Ori” play. Those who are slashed appear to have been killed or injured in a pattern such as sitting cross-legged or the hotoke-daore (performance that represents death or falling unconscious), and then often retreat to the kirido-guchi(a small wooden door at the rear of a noh stage) . In most cases, the forms of Noh is strictly determined, but in many cases, Noh forms are made each time based on kirikumi, taking into consideration how to make a highlight scene and the number of performers. Hayashi musical, flute- small drum – large drum to do so in.