No. 449a. The flower arranger Sugihara Mino astonished that her arrangement of plum blossoms is bearing fruit.
No. 452. A rich brewer in Kamezaki celebrating the discovery of a woman’s G-string found on Mt. Fuji which brought good fortune to his house.
No. 463. The geisha Umekichi urging the student Nakajima Seibi to leave her and return to his studies.
No. 466a. Nishimura, the celebrated dealer in Fukagawa, exposing the imposter who tried to sell him statuettes of the god Daikoku in the autumn of 1874.
No. 472. A child of ten shows her wisdom by covering the head of a rearing horse with her jacket to calm him.
No: 481 The old man delivering a proposal to the geisha Oiro who was good-natured enough to politely refuse him.
No. 484 The mother of the real Chiyokichi identifies her son in front of police and resolves a case of mistaken identity.
No. 491 The farmer Ota Yaemon and his son Fusajiro sever and exchange their little fingers before the departure of the son to war.
No. 501 The prostitute Osai of Shiogama rescuing a Tokyo merchant from a group of gamblers to whom he had lost his money and clothing.
No 527b. The widow Fuku giving birth on her way to the courthouse with four others for arraignment for theft.
No 532. Policeman rescuing young woman from being drowned by her brothers who were offended by her delinquent behavior.
No 551. Matsumoto Ai, a female bonesetter in Osaka, using judo to drive away four ruffians who tried to rape her.
#566. Toshima Tomiyo, the loyal wife who did not leave her husband Tomozo, a farmer, even when he contracted leprosy.
No 571. A wicked foreigner in Nagasaki who refused to pay a prostitute, dropped his gold watch on leaving, and sued the woman for theft.
No. 576. Police arresting the geisha Ohama and Okin for accidentally injuring an old man while galloping on horseback.
No. 600. The wife of Sangoro, the owner of a noodle shop in Kawaguchi, scalds her husband’s face with boiling water.
No. 601. Arai Tokichi hurls a rock at his lover Ohana in a fit of jealousy and strikes her in the groin.
No. 603. The attentive patrolman Matdui Yasumichi prevents the lovers Kogiku and Kamekichi from commiting double suicide
No 623. Two women of Nojiri who were set upon while travelling, robbed, tied to trees, and eaten by wolves.
No 628. The heads of two foxes in Nagasaki Prefecture who were decapitated for overdoing their merrymaking in the fields.
No 643. The death of the bride Mitsue who committed suicide when her old lover importuned her and angered her husband.
No. 647. The suicide of two foreign clerks who embezzled funds from a French bank in Yokohama, but were overtaken by an English ship as they attempted to escape.
No. 649. The plasterer Toyokichi murdering his mistress Oei and her family in anger at her leaving him
No 661. Okiyo, the daughter of a gardner in Mukojima, meeting with a foreigner who desired her to be his concubine.
No. 702 A policeman threatens to arrest the geisha Ofusa of Amanoya on a charge of indecent exposure on a hot summer day.
No. 729 Saku, a brave and intelligent girl of 13 from Tochigi who was awarded 5 yen by the prefectural office for rescuing a baby from the river.
No. 780 Hanshichi, a carpenter of Fukagawa, seizes the ruffian who had abused his daughter and holds him until the police arrive.
No. 814 The scion of a rich family driven mad by the priests that had been hired to pray for his recovery.
No. 816 A performance by the amazing old midget who was 21 inches tall, drank, sang, and danced, and lived to a ripe old age.
No. 1155. The great fire that began in Sukiyacho 29 November 1876 and burned all night causing tremendous damage.
No. 1127. The Shinpuren rebellion began in Kumamoto on 24 October 1876 and was suppressed by the following night.