Shows the population distribution of Japanese, Korean, and Formosan. Relief shown by spot heights. Includes pie-charts showing population distribution of Japanese, Korean, and Formosan in northern China, central China, southern China, and entire China. Inset: Kainantō. LC copy mounted on cloth backing and stamped at lower left: 915B.
Relief shown by contours. "Kono chizu no sakusei ni atatte wa Kensetsushō Kokudo Chiri Inchō no shōnin o ete dōin hakkō no 50-manbun no 1 chihōzu o shiyōshimashita (shōnin bangō Hei 14 sōshi, dai 377-gō)" "AIST03-GI7006." Includes 2 insets, list of mineral deposits inventory, and table of deposit size.
Relief shown by spot heights and hachures. Engraved 1919 and revised 1940. Includes diagram, explanation, symbol, and index map to adjoining sheets. Call# assigned from prev. sheets; some sheets prev. call#: G7830s100 .J3 -- 西九行北九段. マングゥト -- 西九行北十段. アクシヤ.
Scale not given. Cover title: Kyūshū ezu. Wood block print. Oriented with north toward the upper right. Relief shown pictorially. Includes list of fiefs with stipends and symbols to indicate village and fief identity. Vault AACR2
Relief shown by contours, shading, and spot heights. Panel title. Includes coverage diagram, list of festivals, table showing flower seasons, index to temples, bus system map, tourist map, and location map.
Relief shown by contours and spot heights. Single set of characters readable as either Japanese or Chinese. Sheets separately numbered and subtitled by place names, e.g. 8-gō, Sankōjō (Sanjiaocheng). Names of first and second order administrative divisions in upper right margin, e.g. Ningxia sheng, Yuwang Xian. Issued as confidential document. Includes map index to adjoining sheets.
Relief shown by contours and spot heights. Sheets separately numbered and subtitled by place name, e.g. 5-gō, Weihaiwei, Shina, Shantung-shō. Single set of characters readable as either Japanese or Chinese. Issued as confidential document. Some include index map to ajacent sheets. ARP
Shows Kamaishi Bay area on northeastern coast of Honshu, Japan. Appendices: 1. Sedimentological map prepared by fineness modulus of sediments -- 2. Grain size composition -- 3. Salinity (15 April to 14 May, 1981) and observation by submarine photography. Includes location map.
Pictorial map. Enlarged reproduction of original map 18 x 26 cm., published in Tō-to by Suharaya, Ichibē Eishi, in Tenmei 5-nen aki [fall of 1785]. Issued with Chūgoku kenkyū geppō, 292-gō, Shōwa 47-nen 6-gatsu 25-nichi furoku.
Relief shown by contours, gradient tints, and spot heights. Depths shown by contours. Includes administrative and location maps and inset of Fukui-shi and inset showing Fukui-shi prior to its fire in 1969.
Oriented with north toward the upper right. Relief shown by contours and spot heights. Depths shown by contours. Based on map made by Kokudo Chiriin (shiyō shōnin Hei 12 hokushi, dai 12-gō). Includes insets of administrative, location, Fukui-shi, and map before 1659 fire. Text, col. ill., tables, and charts on verso.