Perhaps in an effort to popularize his work in the United States, Toshi Yoshida sold several series of prints through the Franklin Mint Gallery. One series of prints consists of 4 large seasonal views of birds and flowers. Another series, called the Friendly Garden, depicts the Yoshida family garden in a triptych of three long prints. There was also a third series of twelve small calendar prints of bird and flowers.
All of these prints were made in Toshi Yoshida's studio in Japan in large editions. Unlike Toshi's other prints, the prints distributed by the Franklin Mint were pencil-signed in Japanese, not in English. The prints were originally sold in teak frames with silk-covered mats. Some of the original framing materials are not archival and should be replaced to preserve the prints.