For other dishes see Hayashiya Seizo, Kakiemon/Nabeshima, vol. 6 of Nihon no toji (Japanese ceramics) (Tokyo: Chuo Koronsha, 1972), pl. 139; ibid, Kakiemon, vol. 9 of Nihon no toji (Tokyo: Chuo Koronsha, 1974), pl. 139; Nagatake Takeshi, Kakiemon, vol. 5 of Famous Ceramics of Japan (Tokyo, New York and San Francisco: Kodansha International, Ltd., 1981), pl. 11; Nagatake Takeshi, Yabe Yoshiaki and Minamoto Hiromichi, eds., Kakiemon no sekai ten: genryu kara gendai made (Exhibition of the world of Kakiemon: from its origins to the present), exh. cat. (Tokyo: Asahi Shimbunsha, 1983), pl. 98; Yoroppa ni kaika shita iroe toji Kakiemon ten/Kakiemon (the flowering of Kakiemon polychrome porcelain in Europe), exh. cat. (Tokyo: Asahi Shimbunsha, 1993), pls. 96-7 (collections of Sakaida Kakiemon and the Idemitsu Museum of Art, Tokyo).
A related dish with banded hedges in place of the rocks was sold in these Rooms, 15 September, 1999, An Important Collection of Japanese Porcelain, Japanese and Korean Art, lot 25.