Series of sheets:—
- The rain shower, 10 small sheets; among those seeking shelter under the giant tree in the middle of the long design are a young nobleman with a falcon, a young girl trying to cover his hair, a washerwoman, a man with a monkey, a faggot carrier, and several blind people,-who have fallen down in their haste (Bing Catalogue, No. 208).
- Views of the environs of Yedo, 8 sheets, quarto, dating from the beginning of the century (Catalogue Leroux).
- The six Tamagawa rivers, in circles, only slightly coloured.
- The six celebrated poets, in pairs.
- Courtesans in the likeness of Komachi, 7 sheets, medium size.
- Haiyu raku richutsu (?), pictures of Yedo actors, in collaboration with Kunimasa, beginning of tenth decade; the title by Utamaro, representing the implements of the No-dance; by the same is an actor seated, smoking and watching three women leaving the theatre.
- Yakusha konotegashiwa, collection of celebrated actors, 2 small vols., Yedo, 1801; perhaps his best work.
- Yehon imayo sugata, the manners of the present time, women of all classes, 2 vols., coloured, 1802; in the first volume respectable women, in the second, those of the Yoshiwara, &c.
- Toyokuni toshidamafude, reminding one of Hokusai's Mangwa.
- Yehon Yedo no mizu, Yedo, 3 vols., black and white.
- Yobo shashin sangai kio, Recreations of Actors, Yedo, 1801, 2 vols.; excellent in colour.
- Bakino, Comparison of the Theatres with Famous Places, 1800, 2 vols.; humorous.
- History of Princess Sakura, a romance by Kyoden, Yedo, 1806, 5 vols.
- Yakusha awase kagami, Actors, Yedo, 1804.
- In collaboration with Shunyei he published a work at Yedo in 1806; in collaboration with Toyohiro: Otagi Kanoko, 12 coloured pictures, Yedo, 1803.
His best pupil was his brother, Toyohiro, who developed a peculiar manner, and later had the privilege of training the great landscape painter Hiroshige. Of Toyokuni's pupils, Kunisada (later Toyokuni II.), and Kuniyoshi, both of whom will be