He was an Ukiyo-e artist. He respected Moronobu Hishikawa (菱川師宣), Kiyonaga Toriie (鳥居清長) and he stablished his own style steadily. He produced Bijin-ga (美人画: picture or woodblock print of beautiful women). He tried to create the new technique of woodblock print. He created Ukiyo-e with perspective drawing method and Hashirae (柱絵: Ukiyo-e for hanging on pillar). Also, he involved in the improvement of coloring. Moreover, he studied haiku and used its classic subject in his works.