- Attributed to Shūbun, with inscriptions by Daigaku Shūsū and eleven other priests
- Japan Muromachi period, 15th century
- Hanging scroll; ink and slight color on paper
- h: 116.4cm w: 32.8cm
This is a typical example of a so-called "poem-picture scroll" in which numerous Zen priests have written their own inscriptions on the top half of a painting by someone else. If the attribution to Shūbun is accepted, the inscription dates in the upper section indicate that it was painted before 1419, thus making it the oldest extant work attributed to Shūbun.