Two high-ranking courtesans, each attended by a geisha and shinzo (young apprentice geisha), view an autumn moon from the balcony of a fashionable teahouse. Remnants of an evening meal are beside a shamisen box with a plectrum on top. A folding screen bears a poem which has been translated by The Cleveland Museum of Art:
What liveliness! Geisha, shinzo, and jesters
fill the room, all guests of the moon.
The same print is in the collection of The British Museum, museum number 1945,0210,0.7 and The Cleveland Museum of Art (go to: https://www.clevelandart.org/art/1943.4).