Yamakawa Shuho (1898-1944), Nuno-sarashi 'Cloth-Bleaching' Dance (Nuno-sarashi dori), signed Shuho with red artist's seal Shu, with pencil inscription with alternate title on the right-hand margin, Sarashi-me (woman with long cloth), ca. 1936; dai oban tate-e 17 1/4 by 11 7/8 in., 43.9 by 30.3 cm
school of Ogata Korin. Red and White FLowers in Bloom by a Flowing Stream .18th C. Two panel screen. Harvard Art Museums.
An inlaid gold lacquer and cloisonné enamel four-case inro, Meiji Period
Matsumura Keibun. Quail Feeding Amidst Susuki and Kikyō. Some of the panels of a silk painting depicting quail feeding by moonlight amidst kikyō (Chinese bellflowers) and susuki (pampas grass).1830. Ink, color, gold, and silver on silk
Sculpture of recumbent lion-dog (shishi) with celadon glaze, by Makuzu Kozan I, 1900 - 1910. David and Anne Hyatt King donation, National Museum of Scotland