Signature: Inscriptions by Rai Sanyo, Rai Kyohei, and Sanyo's mother, Baishi:
Poem: Last time I came here to seek spring , the flowers had already faded.
This time the warm snow of the cherry blossoms reflects on people's faces.
Only after ten years can I fulfil my life's dream: to come with my mother to Yoshino.
Playfully written by Rai Jō; (seal: Rai Jō)
In the deep crevices of Yoshino Mountain
there is a neglected grave
Sasid to be the one of the great gentleman
of the Southern Dynasty.
The Imperial carriage does not return,
giving rise to the endless sorrow.
And the (joy of the) mountain flowers
is buried in a myriad clouds.
Signed and sealed Kyohei.
Only now am I really happy, having grown
To have once more seen the flowers of Yoshino.
Signed Baishi (seal in the lower right)
Inscription on Oda Kaisen: Sanbongi
(Painting of) Evening Colors at San(bon)gi 1829 20th of January.
Farewell [for] the fellow-poet Chuei on his way home eastward.
Seals: Ōrui (top, intaglio, square)
Kyokai (below, intagio, square)
Seal in the lower left not yet red.