- Katsushika Hokusai
- Half-Length Portrait of Asahina
- With mounting
- Ink, Prussian blue and Crimson on Paper
- ・Poetry of Painting:「囃せとめる/此春雨や/墨田の庵」
・Drawing: signature「八十九さゐ/鼻能本に卍画賛」 and seal「百」 in the middle left.
・Seal 「□」 on the upper right of the poetry
・Recorded on Art World, Watanabe Seitei Ed., 1892. (美術世界，渡辺省亭編 春陽堂書店/明治25年発刊）
・Used to be collected by Kawasaki Senko (川崎千虎)
・Box signed by Kobori Tomoto (小堀鞆音)
※Kobori Tomoto(1864-1931), Japanese Painter, Tokyo School of Fine Arts (present Tokyo University of Arts) Assistant Professor, Judge of Bunten (文展), Imperial Household Artist
・Asahina Yoshihide (朝比奈 義秀), was a Japanese warrior of the early 13th century, and the son of Wada Yoshimori (和田義盛) who was a gokenin of the Kamakura shogunate and the first director (bettō) of the Samurai-dokoro. His father proposed Wada Gassen and Asahina was the most remarkable warrior of that battle. Though very likely a historical figure, Yoshihide appears in literature and in kabuki as a somewhat superhuman legendary character.