This is the very southernmost province in the Crane lands. Small fishing villages are common, with roads leading between them and larger roads that connect to the northern provinces. Shinden Asahina, the great temple, stands here as a monument to peace and piety. Because of this, more shugenja are seen in this province than in any other province of the Crane. Samurai make pilgrimages to Shinden Asahina seeking peace or healing from many areas of the Empire, and the local samurai have carefully studied their mons to be able to welcome important guests.