With its elegant design and expressive subject, this print is highly sought after. The figure of the young woman is nearly monochromatic, her kimono the same tone as her skin. Her red lips and a glimpse of the red obi serve as eye-catching pops of color. Because the woman and garment are the same pale color, she stands out vividly from the background of colorful foliage and flowers. This print is especially significant because it is the last work that Goyo supervised while on his deathbed. The completed work was printed after 1949. Masazo Koike carved the key block, Kentaro Maeda carved the color blocks, and Koichi Hirai printed the final work.