Preface: I only have a very basic understanding of Japanese writing (and virtually zero actual vocabulary), and this is my first time posting here, so please bear with me.
I'm trying to translate some handwritten text I saw on a decorative print (linked instead of embedded because it is a massive vertical image), and I'm having trouble figuring out some of the characters (not the translation, I understand this is not the site for that).
I managed to clumsily handwrite characters 2 through 9 into Google Translate:
This translates to "Flower of 1992", which makes sense, since the print is of a flowering cherry tree branch, and could have reasonably been printed in 1992. However, I cannot even begin to decipher the first character (as the strokes blur together), and I can't seem to get the last 4 characters right. (The 3rd and 4th characters from the bottom look like they might be 王金, but if I add those to the translation, it becomes 花九九年肖二ナ日王金 - "Flower of 1999 Ninja king money")
The characters in the red square at the bottom completely baffle me. I'm guessing they're kanji, or maybe some decorative variant.
Again, I'm not asking for a translation, just the Unicode equivalent of these handwritten characters. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Edit: Here's the entire print, in case it helps.