A color lithograph patriotic fan sample print, likely created between 1937 and 1941 during the Second Sino-Japanese War (1937-1945), depicting two serious Bodhidharma (daruma dolls), figures of persistence, enjoining the populace to support the total war effort.
Above the dolls appears a slogan of the Central League of National Spiritual Mobilization formed by the government in 1937, "One Hundred Million People, One Heart, Total Mobilization" 一億 一心 総動員.
The print carries the sample catalog number そ印 參百九拾參號 (so in sanbyaku kyū jū san gō ). These numbered fan prints (uchiwa-e 団扇絵) were gathered into a sample book (uchiwa mihonchō 団扇見本帳, or uchiwa gachō 団扇画帖.) to show wholesale customers the range of available designs.
 Referred to in China as the "War of Resistance Against Japan."
 The phrase 一億一心 総動員 ((Ichioku Isshin Sōdōin) is also seen translated as "Unite One Hundred Million Hearts in Total Mobilization"