A young woman is portrayed in the midst of folding a kimono. The scene is minimalistic, set against a plain grey ground. Goyo portrays the woman in a simple white garment with her hair tied neatly on her head. The pale sash is the only subtle spot of color. With a few sweeping black curves, Goyo creates the folds of the kimono, the lines of her body, and a suggestion of spatial depth. Goyo only left a drawing for this design. The printing was supervised by Yasuo Hashiguchi between 1950 and 1952.