A 197-inch-wide artwork depicting scarlet peonies is located on the right, one column apart from the set of six previous artworks but having a similar layout. Needless to say, it was based on sketches of Sukagawa done before WWII. Unfortunately, the scenery of the current location changed after the war, and only the large shrub peonies of ordinary color remain. The shrub is now protected as a symbol of the garden.
79 x 118 1/2 in., Owned by Hotel Echo Osaka