（各）30.2 × 42.0cm
Kanazawa Enikki (Kanazawa Sketch Diary) (1923)
ink and pale color on paper; accordion-folded album (sketch diary)
30.2 x 42.0 cm each
(First Exhibited at the 8th Kyōdo-kai Exhibition)
Comprising twenty pages, this diary begins with a sketch of a festival in Kawasaki, which Kiyokata happened across while driving from Tokyo to his summer home in Kanazawa, Yokohama.
Using light brush strokes, Kiyokata has sketched his daughters dressed in colorful swimwear, himself working at his desk and relaxing at Azumaya (a gazebo), scenes from a visit to a local theater, and the sense of adventure felt on going to see the summer home of a German neighbor. We also learn something about his circle of friends, including a sketch of a visit by the kabuki actor Onoe Baikō VI to the summer home.