Lower Hemao, located in the southwest of Shimoda Station, seems to have no fame relative to Hejin Station. Due to the inconvenient traffic, it can be said that it is sparsely populated, but the cherry trees here are older and denser than Hejin. The cherry guardian of the Kyoto era, Sato Fukui, who is the guardian of the Kyoto era, said: "There are too many people watching flowers in places like Ueno Park in Tokyo! So many people are shouting around the cherry blossoms, how confusing the cherry blossoms will be! I think If the cherry blossoms can also talk, they will say: Trouble and quiet! What are you doing here? Can you put it honestly?" If this is the case, I think, under the Hemao, this person is sparsely populated, this drizzle This quiet and peaceful, perhaps the most "ideal" in line with cherry blossoms?