The design Woman Holding a Towel was printed in two variants: one with a black kimono, one with a maroon kimono. This portrait depicts the Shinbashi geisha Hisae, whose name can be found on the towel she delicately moves to her face. The key block was made in October 1920, the year that Goyo died. On his death bed Goyo asked Kikumaro Fujiki to oversee the publishing of this print. It was printed in two color schemes by Kanzo Somekawa before the end of 1921. Like many of Goyo’s beauties, the beauty wears a gold ring on her left hand.