- Nishikino Fukuro, sketches in style of Mangwa. 1829.
- Keisai sogwa, 5 vols. 1832.
- Keisai ukiyo gwafu, in collaboration with Hiroshige, 3 vols., about 1836, his principal work of the kind.
The following are mentioned as his principal works:—
- View of Lake Biwa with Fuji in the distance; dated by Fenollosa (Catalogue, No. 404) about 1840.
- The priest Nichiren in the snow; signed Ichiyosai.
- A series illustrating the history of the Ronin, 47 folio sheets, a celebrated work.
- Tatsutagawa, the hundred famous poets; also celebrated.
- Genji Monogatari, 54 sheets. 1844.
- The stations of the Tokaido, with representations of legends referring to the places concerned, in collaboration with Kunisada, 70 sheets (?).
- The rainbow: three people climbing a hill.
- Japanese heroes, over 50 sheets.
- Views of the waterfall of Benten.
- Siukoden, the 108 Chinese heroes.
- Examples of Chinese filial love, 14 double sheets.
- Fuzokuko meiden, celebrated persons, 2 vols., 8vo. Kioto, 1840. In black and white.
Anderson cites some illustrated works from the period 1831 to 1856. Strange (plate vi.) gives a reproduction.
- Anderson Cat., p. 367; idem., Japanese Wood-Engraving; Strange, p. 52; Fenollosa Cat., Nos. 401-404; Cat. Burty, No. 299 ff., 242; Bing. Cat., No. 672 ff.