Scale ca. 1:24,000. Title from verso. Manuscript. Oriented with north toward the upper right. Relief shown pictorially. Japanese. Pictorial map. Shows villages in the province of Musashi which later grew together to form city of Edo, during the Chōroku period (1457-1459). Includes text dated 1778. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. Vault AACR2
Coastal maps, real property maps, and fort defense maps of Japan during Edo period. Accompanied by "Sendai-ryō kuniezu Miyagi-ken Toshokan zō Genroku 14 (1701)-nen" folded to 28 x 21 cm. Catalog of an exhibition held at Tōhoku Rekishi Hakubutsukan, Apr. 21-May 27, 2007. Includes bibliographical references (p. 73).
On some sheets: relief shown by contours and spot heights. Depths shown by form lines. Accompanied by text: Chizu de miru Tōkyō no hensen, kaishaku. 16 p. : tables, maps ; 26 cm. Includes sheets index, graph, and compilation diagram.
Cadastral map showing land given to militia families in Hokkaidō during Meiji period. Probably prepared by Tondenhei Honbu. Cf. Hokkaidō daihyakka j. "Meiji 27-nen 11-gatsu 8-nichi kōdai 146-gō ni yori teisei." Oriented with north toward the upper left. Pen-and-ink and watercolor. Correction slip attached.
Relief shown pictorially. Shows Fuji Mountain. "'Dai Nihon enkai yochi zenzu' yori"--Colophon on folder. "Kaikan gojisshūnen kinen"--Envelope. Reproduces hand-drawn copy of the original ms. map (sheet no. 100, scale 1:36,000) drawn by Tadataka Ino around 1873, presently in collection of Kokuritsu Kokkai Toshokan. This map is kept in the vault with the rest of Inō Tadataka collection.
Shows railroads in Taishō era, from 1906 to 1923. Based on "Nihon kokuyū tetsudō hyakunenshi" (Centennial history of Japan national railroads). Photographic copy on Kodak paper. Includes inset of Hokkaido and insets showing railroads in 1920 in Tokyo-Osaka and Tokyo-Yokohama areas.
Map 1 shows Confederate force defending Charleston Harbor, S.C.; map 2 shows Confederate force defending Mobile Bay, Ala. at battle of August 5, 1864; map 3 shows fleet configuration of Union force under Rear Admiral Porter attacking Fort Fisher, near Cape Fear, N.C., on January 13, 14, and 15, 1865. Cover title. At head of title: Wakai. Includes edition 1 of map 1, edition ...
Relief shown pictorially. "'Dai Nihon enkai yochi zenzu' yori"--Colophon on folder. "Kaikan gojisshūnen kinen"--Envelope. Reproduces hand-drawn copy of the original ms. map (sheet no. 90, scale 1:36,000) drawn by Tadataka Ino around 1873, presently in collection of Kokuritsu Kokkai Toshokan. This map is kept in the vault with the rest of Inō Tadataka collection.
Relief shown by hachures. Depths shown by form lines. Shows positions of Austrian, Hungarian, etc. troops in a number of countries in Europe, e.g. Austria, Germany, and Russia. Probable date 1812, from map depicting war with Russia in 1812. Multiple maps shown on 10 sheets to teach military strategies. LC copy imperfect: Torn on folded lines. Sheet 1 wanting left portion. ARP
Shows coast lines, major rivers, and roads. Original maps are now kept Tōkyō Kokuritsu Hakubutsukan. Original maps based on 10 surveys made by Tadataka Inō from 1800 to 1816. Includes bibliographical references (p. 240) and indexes.
Scale ca. 1:7,500. Cover title. Manuscript. Oriented with north toward the upper right. Relief shown pictorially. Japanese. Cadastral map showing landowners. Pictorial map. Shows Edo during the periods of Genna (1615-1623) and Kanʾei (1624-1643). Vault AACR2
Six facsimiles of wood block printed maps, 16th to 19th centuries, of streets and places in Kyoto, Japan and a modern map. Also shows locations of residents and temples. Selected buildings shown pictorially. Relief of 1 map shown pictorially. Cover title. Original version: [Kyoto? : Various publishers], 1596-1866. 6 maps. Includes tables and lists of residents.