Here's a cold day in 1832 (at least that's when this print was made). Might as well wear whatever's comfy, break out a book and stay under the kotatsu, the blanket-covered framework that hides a small heat source. Oh look, the cat found the warmest spot in the room.
This print by Utagawa Kuniyoshi is part of a series referring to a classic Chinese novel, Suikoden or Water Margin, which recounts the adventures of 108 outlaws. According to the Rijkmuseum our lounging pipe-smoking beauty and her friend refer to one particular outlaw, Wu Sung, who killed a tiger with his bare hands. Guess who's meant to be the tiger. I wouldn't worry about him.