Dendrobium Fukuba, from 'A Record of an Orchid Collection'
On the right half of the image, in the center, are three small pink blooms. On the left half in the slightly behind and above these are more unfinished blooms. This "sketch" form, indicates that this was one of the unfinished images from the collection.
An masked Noh actor dressed as Empress Jingû is holds a catch of a river trout on a pole. The actor wears a brocade kimono with a floral scroll design, tucked into a stiffly starched pair of brocade trousers. His cloak is a green gauze silk with woven gold phoenix designs.
The print depicts the landscape of hills by the sea, with some residential houses and a bridge in the left foreground. The print also illustrats ships floating on the water and birds flying above the sea from the distant mountain.
A colored image of a single woman at the center of the scroll. She appears to be seated though there is nothing beneath her. Her kimono is grey with green grass designs and her under kimono is white. Her obi is a red and green stylized design. Above her head is an inscription.