Unripe Plum Blossoms1918 176.0×114.5 cm（each）
This work by Shiho was the first item presented to the National Painting Creation Society Kokuga Sosaku Kyokai, which was formed as a venue through which to present modern works of Japanese painting. The painting evokes both a vitality filled with hope for new challenges and a Romanticist yearning for the West.
Japanese White‐eyes and Plum Blossoms1939 45.2×50.3 cm
Here, Japanese white eyes flitter about merrily as their wings fill with the still‐cool winds of early spring.
It can be said that the flower and bird work is that of a painter who feels the limitless pleasure of engaging in a dialogue with nature.
Persimmon and Bamboo1967 53.0×23.5 cm
This persimmon, the only one remaining on the bare tree branch, is at one time a symbol of nature's truth yet also seems to exist at the will of the universe. Going beyond a mere exchange with nature, this work evokes a view of Shiho in his later years, when he had achieved his own sense of unity with nature.