A majestic, 150-year-old cherry tree stood gracefully on a hill in Yokohama. Locals fondly referred to it as "Ms. Oshima Cherry." Then plans were announced to cut it down. In response to calls to preserve it, Sano Toemon, a 93-year-old cherry tree guardian from Kyoto Prefecture, chose to move the tree. We follow the challenges Sano faced during COVID-19, and through beautiful images tell you about his philosophy as a guardian, as well as his affection for cherry trees and the Japanese people.