Autumn Leaves1931 163.3×361.0 cm（each）
With its depiction of ripples of platinum‐tinged mud and deep red maple leaves on running water that has been colored ultramarine, this work shows the limpid nature of autumn.
It is the largest and greatest of Taikan's works in the Adachi Museum collection, and it is brought out every year for the special autumn exhibition.
Innocence1897 75.4×46.7 cm
Known as the masterpiece that made a name for Taikan when he was 29 years old. "Innocence" means achieving enlightenment in Zen Buddhism. Taikan represented enlightenment by drawing an innocent child.
An innovative idea that became the talk of Japanese society.
Mountain after a Shower1940 81.2×114.3 cm
A scroll from Taikan's Ten Scenes of Mt. Fuji and Ten Scenes of the Sea series painted in 1940, and said to be one of his best five India ink paintings. The mountain range depicted as a rain shower clears creates a flowing sensation; behind this, soaring in majesty, is Mt. Fuji.