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Finding Aid for the Richard C. Rudolph Collection of Japanese Maps, 1614-1896
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Box 1

Nansen Bushū Bankoku Shōka no Zu (World Map) Hoei 7 (1710)

Physical Description: 57 x 45 ½

Scope and Content Note

  • Priest Hūtan (auth)
  • Nagata Chũbei (publ)
  • Beans 1710.I*
  • Ayusawa
  • Kurita, page 9.
  • Namba, Page 13.
Box 1

Oranda Shinyaku Chikyū Zenzu (The Map of the Whole World, Newly Translated from Dutch Sources) Kansei 8 (1796)

Physical Description: 36 ¼ x 20 ¼ Colored

Scope and Content Note

  • Nagakubo Sekisui (exam)
  • Hashimoto Sōkichi (auth)
  • Beans 1796.I*
  • Kurita, page 16.
Box 1

Bankoku Chikyũ-zu oyobi Setsu, Shinsei Yochi Zenzu (New World Map with Geographic Description) Tenpō 6 (1835)

Physical Description: 27 ½ x 19 ¾ Colored

Scope and Content Note

Kakushudō (publ)
Box 1

Oranda Chikyu Zenzu (The Map of the Whole World by Dutch Sources) Tenpō 11 (1840)

Physical Description: 17 x 26 BW

Scope and Content Note

  • Shima Seilich (exam)
  • Tajima Ryūkyō (auth)
Box 1

Chikyu Bankoku Sankai Yochi Zenzu Setsu (World Map with Explanations) Kaei 3 (1850)

Physical Description: 23 ¼ x 16 Color

Scope and Content Note

Chō Sekisui (original design)
  • Beans 1850.2*; 1850.4; 1844.01
  • Kurita, page 23.
  • Namba, page 14
Box 1

Shintei Bankoku Zenzu (Revised World Map) Kaei 3 (1850)

Physical Description: 54 ½ x 25 Color

Scope and Content Note

Shiral Tsūki (auth)
Beans 1850.8* Kurita, page 23.
Box 1

Shintei Chikyũ Bankoku Hōzu (World Map) Kaei 6 (1853)

Physical Description: 49 x 25 ½ Color

Scope and Content Note

Kondo Katsusai (publ)
Beans 1853.I* Kurita, page23.
Box 1

Shinkan Yochi Zenzu (World Map, Newly Edited) Bunkyũl (1861)

Physical Description: 51 x 49 Color

Scope and Content Note

Satō Seiyo (transl)
Beans 1861.I* Kurita, page 23.
Box 1

Bankoku Kōkai-zu (World Navigation Map) Bunkyū Ansei 5 (1862)

Physical Description: 5 34 ½ Color

Scope and Content Note

Takeda Kango (transl)
Beans 1858.I*; 1862.2 Kurita, page 23.
Box 2

Daimin KyŮhen Bankoku Jinseki Rotei-zu (World Map, Representing Chinese Thought) (Kōki 2) Kanbun 2 (1662)

Physical Description: 47 1/3 x 48 Color

Scope and Content Note

Uemura Yahaku Cyokuchi-do
Ayusawa Kurita, page 25. (reprinted)
Box 2

Chosen Sahyō narabi Zenzu (Dynasties and 8 Provinces of Korea) Bunka 3 (1806)

Physical Description: 51 ¾ x 20 ½ Color
Box 2

Chō Ichiram (Map of Ch'ing China) Tenpō 6 (1835)

Physical Description: 22 ¼ x 25 ½ Color

Scope and Content Note

Seitaien (auth)
Beans [1835.I]* Kurita, page 25. Namba, page 17.
Box 2

Dai-Nihon Tōdo Yochi Zenzu (Complete Map of Japan and China) Kaei 7 (1854)

Physical Description: 20 ½ x 29 Color

Scope and Content Note

Nagayama Kan (comp.)
Beans 1854.09.03 Kurita, page 25.
Box 2, Folder 1

Dai-Nihon Koku Zenbi-Zu (General Map of Japan) Genroku Period (1688-1704)

Physical Description: 47 x 30 Hand-colored

Scope and Content Note

  • Drawn by Mabuchi Jikõan
  • Description by Okada Jishoken
  • Beans [1695.I]*
  • Kurita, Page 35.
  • Akioka, Page 140.
  • Namba, Page 172.
Box 2, Folder 2

Kaisei Nihon Yochi Rotei Zenzu (Revised Map of Japan) An-ei 8 (1779) Bunka 8 (1811)

Physical Description: 33 x 53 ½ Hand-colored

Scope and Content Note

  • Nagakubo Sekisui (auth)
  • Asano Yahei, Suharaya Mohei (publ)
  • Beans 1179.I*; 1811.I, 1865.I.
  • Akioka, Page 145.
  • Kurita, Page 36.
  • Namba, Plate 29.
Box 2, Folder 3

Dainihon Saiken Shishō Zenzu (Detailed Map of Japan) Bunka 5 (1808)

Physical Description: 89 ½ x 53 ¼ Color

Scope and Content Note

Shōtõzan (auth)
Beans 1808.II Kurita, page 38. Akioka, page 148.
Box 2, Folder 4

Dai-Nihon Setsujo Sangoku no Zenzu. (Map of Three Countries Sourrounding Japan) Bunka 13 (1816)

Physical Description: 27 x 18 Color

Scope and Content Note

Bunsōkaku (publ)
Beans 1816.I* Akioka, Page 148.
Box 2, Folder 5

Dai-Nihan Yochi Binran (Bandy Atlas of Japan) Tenpō 5 (1834)

Physical Description: 14 x 10 ½ Color

Scope and Content Note

  • Saitō Ken (ed)
  • Yamazaki Yoshiyue (auth)
Beans 1834.I*-1834.70* Akioka, page 156.
Box 2, Folder 6

Dai-Nihon Kokugun Yochi Zenzu (General Map of Japan) Kaei 2 (1849)

Physical Description: 58 x 28 ¼ Color

Scope and Content Note

Takashiba Hidezō (auth)
  • Beans 1849.I
  • Kurita, page 38.
  • Akioka, page 152.
Box 2, Folder 7

Dai-Nihon Bunkyō Zusei (Atlas of Japan) Kaei 7 (1854)

Physical Description: 10 ½ x 8 ¼ Color

Scope and Content Note

  • Rintei Shujin (ed.)
  • Hashimoto Gyokuran (auth)
Akioka, page 153.
Box 2, Folder 4-a

Cover title: Nihon Meisho no E (Picture of Places of Interest in Japan) (scroll: pkg. 1) Bunsei (1813-30)

Physical Description: 22 ¼ x 16 ½ Color

Scope and Content Note

Kuwagata Keisai (artist)
  • Beans [1818.h]*
  • Namba, page 44.
  • Ours is in form of scroll; not of complete format.
Box 2, Folder 1-a

Dai-Nihonkoku no Zu (Map of Japan) Meiwa (1764-1772)

Physical Description: 26 ½ x 18 ½

Scope and Content Note

Kawachiya Jihei (publ)
Akioka, page 144.
Box 2, Folder 8

Nihon no Zu (Map of Japan) Kaei 7 (1854)

Physical Description: 35 ½ x 20 ½ Color

Scope and Content Note

Kikuya Kōzaburō (publ)
  • Beans 1854.09.I
  • Akioka, Plate 61.
Box 2, Folder 9

Dai-Nihon Kairiku Zenzu (Complete Map of Japan, Land and Sea) Bunkyū 4 (1864)

Physical Description: 38 ¾ x 28 ¾ Color

Scope and Content Note

  • Seiken Gengyo (auth)
  • Ebisuya Shōshichi (publ)
Akioka, page 152.
Box 2, Folder 1

Shinkoko Kyushũ no Zu (Map of Mine Provinces of Kyūshū) Bunka 10 (1813)

Physical Description: 31 x 25 Color

Scope and Content Note

Toshimaya (Bunkindō)
  • Beans 1813.I
  • Kurita, page 41.
Box 2, Folder 2

Juz Shichitō Zenzu (Map of the Izu Seven Islands) Tenpō 13 (1842)

Physical Description: 12 x 30 Color

Scope and Content Note

  • Tōjõ Shinkō (auth)
  • Nagayama Kan (comp)
  • Beans 1842.I*
  • Kurita, page 39
  • Namba, page 80.
Box 2, Folder 3

Fojimi Jūsanshū Yachi no Zenzu (Map of the Thirteen Provinces from which Fojisan is Visible) Tempō 14 (1843)

Physical Description: 68 x 59 Color

Scope and Content Note

  • Akiyama Kinen (Rokusen) & others
  • Shūseide (publ)
  • Beans, 1843.I
  • Kurita, page 38.
  • Namba, page 82.
Box 2, Folder 4

Ezo Kokyo Yochi Zenza (Map of Hokkaidō) Kaei 7 (1854)

Physical Description: 86 x 45 ½ Color

Scope and Content Note

  • Junami Pujita Ryō (auth)
  • Harimaya Katsugorō (publ)
  • Beans 1854.2*
  • Namba, page 92.
Box 2, Folder 5

Kaihō Yachi-zu---Ise Yari Awaji made (Pocket Map, From Ise Province to Awaji Province) Ansel 5 (1858)

Physical Description: 25 ½ x 13 ¾

Scope and Content Note

  • Matsuda Ryokuzan (engr)
  • Cengendō (auth?)
  • Kawachiya Kibei & 3 others (publ)
Box 3, Folder 6

Mutsu Pewa Kokugun Kōtei Zenzu (Complete Map of Mutso and Pewa Provinces) Not dated, but Keiō period (1867)

Physical Description: 36 x 57 Color

Scope and Content Note

Hashimoto Gyokuransai (auth)
  • Beans 1867.4*
  • Namba, page 86.
  • Kurita, page 38.
Box 3, Folder 7

Ovechi Sangeku Ryakuzu (Simplified Map of Mutsu, Dewa, and Echigo Proviences) Keiō 4 (1868)

Physical Description: 28 ¼ x 28 ¼

Scope and Content Note

  • Nagayama Niramasa (auth)
  • Bunshõdõ (publ)
Box 3, Folder 1

Izumi no Kuni ōezu (Large Illustrated Map of Izumi Province) After Shōhō or Keian Period (1652)

Physical Description: 57 ¾ * 21 ¼

Scope and Content Note

N.P.
  • Kurita, page 53.
  • Namba, page 94.
Box 3, Folder 2

Kaigyoku Mikawa-shū Chiri Zukan (Geographic Map Mikawa Province) n.d. (1704)

Physical Description: 43 ½ x 43. colored

Scope and Content Note

Gankei-sanjin
Beans [1704.4] Kurita, page 54.
Box 3, Folder 3

Kawachi no Kuni Ezu (Map of Kawachi Province) Hōei 6 (1709)

Physical Description: 48 ½ x 20 ¾ Colored

Scope and Content Note

  • Hayashi Jōho (author)
  • Yoshida Gorōemon (eng.)
  • Kurita, page 52.
  • Beans [1709.1]
Box 3, Folder 4

Yamato no Kuni Ōezu. (Map of Yamato Province) Kyōhō 20 (1735)

Physical Description: 40 x 59 BW

Scope and Content Note

  • Nakamura Kajisai (auth)
  • Hondaya Iemon (pub)
  • Kurita, page 51.
  • Beans 1735.1
Box 3, Folder 5

Ōmi no Kuni Ōezu (Map of Ōmi Province) Kanpō 2 (1742)

Physical Description: 32 x 54 Colored

Scope and Content Note

  • Yamashita Shigemasa (auth)
  • Murakami Ihei (pub)
  • Kurita, page 58.
  • Beans 1742.1
Box 3, Folder 6

Harima no Kuni Ōezu (Map of Harima Province) Kanen 2 (1749)

Physical Description: 48 ¼ x 41 ½ Handtinted

Scope and Content Note

  • Yamashita Shigemasa (auth)
  • Murakami Thei (pub)
Kurita, page 63. Beans 1749.I*
Box 3, Folder 7

Kawachi Saiken Zu (Detailed Map of Kawachi Province) Anei 2 (1776)

Physical Description: 50 x 21 BW

Scope and Content Note

  • Narui Hyoemon (auth)
  • Shioya Heisuke (pub)
Beans 1776.1*
Box 3, Folder 8

Izumi no Kuni ōezu(Illustrated Map of Izumi Province) Genbun 1(1736), rev. in Anei 5 (1776)

Physical Description: 22 ½ x 53 BW

Scope and Content Note

  • Nakatani Kozan (auth)
  • Sakanoue Shobei (publ)
  • Kurita, page 53.
  • Beans 1736.3*
Box 3, Folder 9

Yamahiro-shu oezu (map of Yamashiro Province) An-ei 7 (1778)

Physical Description: 73 ¾ x 38 ¾ BW

Scope and Content Note

  • Rakuge Hyakuga (auth)
  • Shimokabo Shūsui (artist)
  • Yano Chōbei (publ)
  • Kurita, Page 49.
  • Beans 1778.2*
Box 3, Folder 10

Tajima no Kuni Oezu (Large Illustrated Map of Tajima Province) Tenmei 7 (1787)

Physical Description: 39 ¼ x 31 ½ BW

Scope and Content Note

  • Jemura Ugen (auth)
  • Maekawa Rokuzaemon (publ)
  • Kurita, page 64.
  • Beans 1787.5*
Box 3, Folder 11

Tamba no Kuni Oezu (Large Map of Tamba Province) Kansei ll (1799)

Physical Description: 42 ½ x 35 ½ BW

Scope and Content Note

  • Yano Sadatoshi (ed)
  • Miyawaki Takatsugu (rev)
  • Nakagawa Toshirō (publ).
Beans 1799.I
Box 4, Folder 12

Kai no Kuni Ezu (Pictorial Map of Kai Province) Bunsei 8 (1825)

Physical Description: 28 x 37 ¾ Color

Scope and Content Note

  • SeiryŮ Jōzan (auth)
  • Kokuya Monemon (publ)
Kurita, Page 58.
Box 4, Folder 13

Surupa no Kuni Ezu (Pictorial Map of Suruga)Bunsei 10 (1827)

Physical Description: 55 ½ x 25 hand-colored

Scope and Content Note

Matsubado (publ)
  • Kurita, page 55.
  • Beans 1827.I
Box 4, Folder 14

Ise no Kuni Oezu (Map of Iso Province) Bunsei 13 (1830)

Physical Description: 56 x 41 BW

Scope and Content Note

Yamashiroya Sahei & Yoshinoya Nihel (publ)
Beans 1830. I*
Box 4, Folder 15

Mino no Kuni Ōezu (Large Illustrated Map of Mino Province) Tenpō 5 (1834)

Physical Description: 45 1/8 x 35 ½ BW

Scope and Content Note

Yoshinoya Nihei, Yamashiroya Sahei (publ)
Kurita, Page 61.
Box 4, Folder 16

Settsu no Kuni Meisho Oezu (Large Map of Famous & Historical Places in Settsu Province) Tenpō 7 (1836)

Physical Description: 51 ½ x 45 ½ BW

Scope and Content Note

  • Shitomi KanpyŮ (auth)
  • Kawachiya Kibei (publ)
  • Kurita, page 53.
  • Beans 1836.2 *
Box 4, Folder 17

Kōzuke no Kuni Zenzu (Complete Map of Kozuke Province) Year Unknown, but probably is Ansel 2(1855)

Physical Description: 40 x 48 Colored

Scope and Content Note

  • Murakami Wagao (auth)
  • Kikuya Kōzaburō, et al.
  • Beans misdated as 1837; but was apparently published in Ansel 2 (1855).
  • Kurita, page 58. (publ)
Box 4, Folder 18

Tango no Kuni ōezu (Large Illustrated Map of Tango Province) Tenpō 11 (1840)

Physical Description: 35 x 45 BW

Scope and Content Note

Ikeda Tōritei (auth)
Kurita, page 64.
Box 4, Folder 19

Tenpō Kaisei Bungo no Kuni Ezu (Map of Bungo Province, Revised in Tenpō) Tenpō 13 (1842)

Physical Description: 28 ¼ x 36 ½ BW

Scope and Content Note

  • Okada Shuntōsai (auth)
  • Hida Tekitekiken Kōsui (publ)
Beans 1842.4*
Box 4, Folder 20

Echigo no Kuni Saiken Oezu (Large Map of the Details of Echigo Province) Tenpō 13 (1842)

Physical Description: 72 x 35 ½ BW

Scope and Content Note

Ikeda Tōritei (auth)
  • Kurita, page 62.
  • Beans 1842.5*
Box 4, Folder 21

Harima no Kuni Saiken Ezu (Detailed & Illustrated Map of Harima Province) Kōka 3 (1846)

Physical Description: 31 ¼ x 20 ½ Colored

Scope and Content Note

Miyala Hikosuke (auth)
Beans 1846.4
Box 4, Folder 22

Shinko Zotei Shimoosa no Kuni Yochi Zenzu (Map of Shimoosa Province, Newly Edited) Kōka 5 (1848)

Physical Description: 51 x 35 Colored

Scope and Content Note

  • Kiyomiya Shūken (auth)
  • Takeguchi Teisai (engr)
Kurita, Page 58.
Box 4, Folder 23

Kaei Zōho Kaisei Yomato no Kuni Saiken Zu (Detailed Map of Yamato Province, Revised & Enlarged in Kaei) Kaei 1 (1848)

Physical Description: 38 x 51 BW

Scope and Content Note

Sekigyokuhō Shujin (auth)
  • Kurita, page 51. This is a revision of Kyōhō 20 original.
  • Beans 1848.27*
Box 4, Folder 24

Kazusa no Kuni Yochi Zenzu (Map of Kazusa Province) Kaei 2 (1849)

Physical Description: 46 ½ x 29 ¼ Colored

Scope and Content Note

Tsurmine Shinkō (auth)
Kurita, page 58.
Box 4, Folder 25

Shimoosa no Kuni Yochi Zenzu (Map of Shimoosa Province) Kaei 2 (1849)

Physical Description: 44 ¼ x 48 ¼

Scope and Content Note

Tsurmine Shinkō (auth)
Kurita, page 58.
Box 4, Folder 26

Awa no Kuni Zenzu (Map of Awa Province) Kaei 2 (1849)

Physical Description: 29 x 21 Colored

Scope and Content Note

Tsurmine Hikoichirō (auth)
Kurita, page 58.
Box 4, Folder 27

Sagami no Kuni Zenzu (Complete Map of Sagami Province) Kaei 2 (1849)

Physical Description: 29 ½ 38 Colored

Scope and Content Note

Tsurmine Hikoichirō (auth)
Beans lists as 1823.8*, but according to Kurita, is Kaei 2 (1849)
Box 5, Folder 28

Bichu no Kuni Oezu (Large Illustrated Map of Bichū Province) Kaei 7 (1854)

Physical Description: 34 ¼ x 52 ½ BW

Scope and Content Note

Shitomi Kangyū (auth)
Kurita, page 64.
Box 5, Folder 29

Saiken Shinpō ōmi no Kuni Oezu (Large Map of Omi Province) Ansei 3 (1856)

Physical Description: 56 x 35 Color

Scope and Content Note

Ukimidō Managetsuji (copy right)
  • Kurita, page 58.
  • Beans 1856.14
Box 5, Folder 30

Awa no Kuni Zenzu (Map of Awa Province) Man-en 1 (1860)

Physical Description: 19 ¾ x 13 ¼

Scope and Content Note

Hanaya Tekesuke (publ)
Box 5, Folder 1

Bunkan Oedo Ezu (Map of Edo) Kyoho 18 (1733)

Physical Description: Hand-colored 34 ¼ x 30 ½

Scope and Content Note

  • Rinkeiya Yahei (publ)
  • Sekine Shinbei (engr)
Box 5, Folder 2

Honjo Fukagawa Seiken-zu (Plan of Honjo Fukagawa Area-Southeastern Edo) Horeki 11 (1761)

Physical Description: 26 ½ x 37 ¼ Colored

Scope and Content Note

  • Minamihara ōshi (auth)
  • Izumoji Izumien (publ)
Box 5, Folder 3

Title missing. (Map of Edo) Bunka 10 (181?)

Physical Description: 34 x 40 Color

Scope and Content Note

Nansenshōso Manjin (auth)
Box 5, Folder 4

Kaisei Bisai Bunkan Oedo Ezu (Revised Map of Edo) Bunka 1? (1816)

Physical Description: 18 1/2 x 1? 1/2

Scope and Content Note

  • Tsutaya Juzaburō (orig)
  • Iwadoya Kisaburō (publ)
Box 5, Folder 5

Bunsei, kaisei Oedo Zenzu (Plan or Edo Revised in Bunsel Period) Bunsei (1818) Tenpō (1843)

Physical Description: 36 x 30 Color

Scope and Content Note

  • Takai Ranzan (artist)
  • Shōkodō, Senkakudō, Kansepdō (publ)
Beans 1818. I*; 1846.2*
Box 5, Folder 6

Bunkan Kaiho Oedo Ezu (Pocket Map of Edo) Bunsei 13 (1830)

Physical Description: 36 x 32 Color

Scope and Content Note

Suharaya Mohei (publ)
  • Beans [1818.I]
  • Kurita, page [?]
  • Namba, page [?]
Box 5, Folder 7

Kaisei Oedo Ezū Tenpō 2 (1831)

Physical Description: 28 x 28 1/2 BW

Scope and Content Note

  • Izumiya Shōjirō (publ)
  • Ei Taisuke (publ)
Box 5, Folder 8

Bunkan Kaisei Oedo Ezu (Revised map of Edo) Tenpō 6 (1835)

Physical Description: 15 1/4 x 10 3/4, Color

Scope and Content Note

Bunkōdo Tachibanaya (publ)
Box 5, Folder 9

Bansei Oedo Ezu (Map of Edo) Kaei 2 (1842)

Physical Description: 37 1/2 x 32, Color

Scope and Content Note

Tōeidō Fujiya Kichizō (publ)
Box 5, Folder 10

Title missing (Map of Edo) Kaei 3 (1850)

Physical Description: 39 x 28 3/4

Scope and Content Note

  • Takashila Sanyū (corrected)
  • Kobayshi Shinbei & 2 others (publ)
Box 5, Folder 11

Kaei Kaisei page Oedo Ezu (Map of Edo Revised in Kaei Period) Kaei Period (1848-54)

Physical Description: 41 1/2 x 39 1/2

Scope and Content Note

  • Takashiba Sanyū (ed?)
  • Suharaya Kohei & 7 others (publ)
Box 5, Folder 12

Kyō Oezo (plan of Kyoto) Kanpō 1 (1741)

Physical Description: Southern Half: 48 x 24 ½ Colored

Scope and Content Note

Hayashi Yoshinaga (publ)
  • Beans 1742. I*
  • Kurita, page 79.
  • Namba, page 121.
Box 6, Folder 13

Kyōzu Meisho Kagami (Map of Kyoto, Revised) An-ei 7 (1778)

Physical Description: 16 ½ x 22

Scope and Content Note

Kikuya Chobei (publ)
Beans 1778.5*
Box 6, Folder 14

Tenmei Kaisei Saiken Kyō Ezu (Map of Kyoto Revised in Tenmei) Tenmei 3 (1783)

Physical Description: 18 ¼ x 24 ½ Colored

Scope and Content Note

Shōhonya Kichibei (publ)
Beans 1783.4
Box 6, Folder 15

Kaisei Kyōmachi Ezu Hosomi Taisei (Detailed Map of the City of Kyōto, Revised)Tenpo 2 (1831)

Physical Description: 55 ½ x 70 BW

Scope and Content Note

  • Ikeda Tōritei (ed.)
  • Bunsōdō Takehara Kōbei (publ)
  • Beans 1831.I*
  • Kurita, page 79.
  • Namba, Illustration 90.
Box 6, Folder 16

Kaisei Zōhō Kyo-ezu Taisei (Complete Map of Kyōto, Revised and Enlarged) Ganji 1 (1864)

Physical Description: 27 ¼ x 34 ½

Scope and Content Note

Heiansha of Kyōto (publ)
Beans 1864.5
Box 6, Folder 17

Kaisei Sesshū Osaka no Zu (Revised map of Osaka in Settsu Province) Tenpō 7 (1836)

Physical Description: 17 x 12 ½ Colored

Scope and Content Note

Harimaya Kynbei (publ)
  • Beans 1836.4
  • Namba
Box 6, Folder 18

Title missing. Ōsaka no Zenzu (Map of Ōsaka) Tenpo 13 (1842)

Physical Description: 14 x 20 Colored

Scope and Content Note

Ishikawaya Wasuke (publ)
Box 6, Folder 19

Kōka Kaisel Ōsaka Saiken on (Revised Map of Ōsaka) Koka 4 (1847)

Physical Description: 19 ¾ x 29 5 ¼ x 7 1 (2 sized) Colored

Scope and Content Note

  • Sekitendō (engr)
  • Harimaya Kyōbei & others (publ)
Beans 1847.I*
Box 6, Folder 20

Kaisei Settsu Osaka-Zu (Revised Map of Ōsaka in Settsu Province) Kōka 4 (1847)

Physical Description: 20 ¼ x 15 ½

Scope and Content Note

  • Sekitendō (engr)
  • Harimaya Kyūbei & 3 others (publ)
Beans 1847.I *
Box 6, Folder 21

Banju Osaka Saiken-Zu (Plan of Ōsaka) Bunkyū 3 (1863)

Physical Description: 18 ½ x 34 Colored

Scope and Content Note

Kawachiya Tasuke, Itamiya Zenbei, Sekitendō (publ)
Beans 1863.I*
Box 6, Folder 22

Kokuho ōsaka Zengi (Revised Map of Ōsaka) Bunkyū 3 (1863)

Physical Description: 26 x 39 Colored

Scope and Content Note

Kawachiya Tasuke, Itamiya Zenbei, Sekitendō (publ)
Beans 1863.I*
Box 6, Folder 23

Kekō Kaisei Ōsaka Saiken Zenan (Map of Ōsaka Revised in Koiō Period) Keio 1 (1865)

Physical Description: 19 x 28 Colored

Scope and Content Note

Kawachiya Tasuke, Itamiya Zenbei, Sekitendō (publ)
Beans 1863.78*
Box 6, Folder 24

Hishū Nagasaki Zu (Map of Nagasaki in Hishū) Kansei 8 (1796)

Physical Description: 18 x 14 Colored Toshimaya (publ)

Scope and Content Note

Beans
  • 1796.2 Kurita, page 103.
  • Rudolph's article in Imago Mun
Box 6, Folder 25

Hizen Nagasaki-Zu (Map of Nagasaki in Hizen Province) Kyowa 2 (1802)

Physical Description: 35 x 26 Colored

Scope and Content Note

Bunkindo (publ)
Beans 1802.8*
Box 6, Folder 26

Gokaiko Yokohama Oezu (Panorama of the Open Port of Yokohama) Ansel 6 (1859)

Physical Description: 72 ¾ x 24 ½ Colored

Scope and Content Note

  • Hashimolo Gyokuramsai (artist)
  • Hōzendo Maruya Tokuzō (publ)
  • Beans 1859.I*
  • Kurita, page 94.
Box 6, Folder 27

Yokohama Meisai Zenzu (Detailed Map of Yokohama) Keiō (1864)

Physical Description: 27 x 56 ½

Scope and Content Note

  • Ichikawa Yoshikazu (artist)
  • Kinkōso Morooka Ihei (publ)
  • Beans 1864.4
  • Kurita, page 95.
  • Namba, page 137.
Box 6, Folder 1

Imado, Minowa, Asakusa Areas Kaei 6(1857)

Physical Description: Sizes vary, but uniform folded to 3 ½ x 6 ½

Scope and Content Note

  • Tomatsu Masanori (auth)
  • Kanrindō Owariya Seishichi (publ)
  • Beans 1869*
  • Kurita, page 74.
Box 6, Folder 2

ōkubo Area Kaei 7 (1854)

Physical Description: Sizes vary, but uniform folded to 3 ½ x 6 ½

Scope and Content Note

  • Tomatsu Masanori (auth)
  • Kanriondō Owariya Seishichi (publ)
  • Beans 1869*
  • Kurita, page 74.
Box 6, Folder 3

Sugama Area Kaei 7 (1854)

Physical Description: Sizes vary, but uniform folded to 3 ½ x 6 ½

Scope and Content Note

  • Tomatsu Masanori (auth)
  • anriondō Owariya Seishichi (publ)
  • Beans 1869*
  • Kurita, page 74.
Box 6, Folder 4

Meguro and Shirogane Areas Kaei 7(1854)

Physical Description: Sizes vary, but uniform folded to 3 ½ x 6 ½

Scope and Content Note

  • Tomatsu Masanori (auth)
  • Kanriondō Owariya Seishichi (publ)
  • Beans 1869*
  • Kurita, page 74.
Box 6, Folder 5

Koshi kawa Area Ansei 4 (1857)-rev.

Physical Description: Sizes vary, but uniform folded to 3 ½ x 6 ½

Scope and Content Note

  • Tomatsu Masanori (auth)
  • Kanriondō Owariya Seishichi (publ)
  • Beans 1869*
  • Kurita, page 74.
Box 6, Folder 6

Otowa Area Ansei 4 (1857)

Physical Description: Sizes vary, but uniform folded to 3 ½ x 6 ½

Scope and Content Note

  • Tomatsu Masanori (auth)
  • Kanriondō Owariya Seishichi (publ)
  • Beans 1869*
  • Kurita, page 74.
Box 7, Folder 7

Kobinata Area Kaei 5 (1852)-orig. Man-en 1 (1860)-rev.

Physical Description: Sizes vary, but uniform folded to 3 ½ x 6 ½

Scope and Content Note

  • Tomatsu Masanori (auth)
  • Kanriondō Owariya Seishichi (publ)
  • Beans 1869*
  • Kurita, page 74.
Box 7, Folder 8

Azabu Area Kaei 4 (1854)-orig. Busnkyu 1 (1861)-rev.

Physical Description: Sizes vary.

Scope and Content Note

  • Tomatsu Masanori (auth)
  • Konrindo Omariya Seishichi (publ)
  • Beans 1869*
  • Kurita, page 74.
Box 7, Folder 9

Shitaya Area Kaei 4 (1851) Bunkyu 2 (1842)

Physical Description: Sizes vary.

Scope and Content Note

  • Tomatsu Masanori (auth)
  • Konrindo Omariya Seishichi (publ)
  • Beans 1869*
  • Kurita, page 74.
Box 7, Folder 10

Honjo Area; Honjo Fukagawa Area. Ansei 2 (1854) Bankyn 3 (1863)

Physical Description: Sizes vary.

Scope and Content Note

  • Tomatsu Masanori (auth)
  • Konrindo Omariya Seishichi (publ)
  • Beans 1869*
  • Kurita, page 74.
Box 7, Folder 11

Yotsuya Area Kaei 3 (1854) Bunkyu 3 (1863)

Physical Description: Sizes vary.

Scope and Content Note

  • Tomatsu Masanori (auth)
  • Konrindo Omariya Seishichi (publ)
  • Beans 1869*
  • Kurita, page 74.
Box 7, Folder 12

Kocagome Area Kaei 7 (1854)

Physical Description: Sizes vary.

Scope and Content Note

  • Tomatsu Masanori (auth)
  • Konrindo Omariya Seishichi (publ)
  • Beans 1869*
  • Kurita, page 74.
Box 7, Folder 13

Ichigaya and Ushigowe Areas Kaei 6 (1853) Ansei 4 (1857)

Physical Description: Sizes vary.

Scope and Content Note

  • Tomatsu Masanori (auth)
  • Konrindo Omariya Seishichi (publ)
  • Beans 1869*
  • Kurita, page 74.
Box 7, Folder 14

Aoyama and Shihuya Area Kaei 6 (1853) Ansei 4 (1857)

Physical Description: Sizes vary.

Scope and Content Note

  • Tomatsu Masanori (auth)
  • Konrindo Omariya Seishichi (publ)
  • Beans 1869*
  • Kurita, page 74.
Box 7, Folder 15

Negishi, Yanaka, Nippori, and Toshima Areas Ansei 3 (1856)

Physical Description: Sizes vary.

Scope and Content Note

  • Kageyama Chikyō (auth)
  • Owariya Seishichi (publ)
  • Beans 1869*
  • Kurita, page 74.
Box 7, Folder 16

Shiba Takanawa Area Ansei 4 (1847)

Physical Description: Sizes vary.

Scope and Content Note

  • Kageyama Chikyō (auth)
  • Owariya Seishichi (publ)
  • Beans 1869*
  • Kurita, page 74.
Box 7, Folder 17

Atagoshita in the District of Shiba Ansei 2 (1855)

Physical Description: Sizes vary.

Scope and Content Note

  • Kageyama Chikyō (auth)
  • Owariya Seishichi (publ)
  • Beans 1869*
  • Kurita, page 74.
Box 7, Folder 18

Soto Sahurada Nagatachō Area Kaei 3 (1850) Ganji 1 (1864)

Physical Description: Sizes vary.

Scope and Content Note

  • Kageyama Chikyō (auth)
  • Owariya Seishichi (publ)
  • Beans 1869*
  • Kurita, page 74.
Box 7, Folder 19

Imaidani Ichibei-chō Akasaka Area Ganji 2 (1865)

Physical Description: Sizes vary.

Scope and Content Note

  • Kageyama Chikyō (auth)
  • Owariya Seishichi (publ)
  • Beans 1869*
  • Kurita, page 74.
Box 7, Folder 20

Tsukiji Hacchōbori Nihonbashi Hinami Area (South of Nilon-bashi) Kaei 2 (1842)

Physical Description: Sizes vary.

Scope and Content Note

  • Kageyama Chikyō (auth)
  • Owariya Seishichi (publ)
  • Beans 1869*
  • Kurita, page 74.
Box 7, Folder 21

Iidamachi Surugadi Ogawamachi Area Kaei 3 (1850) Ansei 4 (1857)

Physical Description: Sizes vary.

Scope and Content Note

  • Kageyama Chikyō (auth)
  • Owariya Seishichi (publ)
  • Beans 1869*
  • Kurita, page 74.
Box 7, Folder 22

Daimyō Kōji Area Kaei 2 (1849) Meiji 2 (1869)

Physical Description: Sizes vary.

Scope and Content Note

  • Kageyama Chikyō (auth)
  • Owariya Seishichi (publ)
  • Beans 1869*
  • Kurita, page 74.
Box 7, Folder 23

Nihonbashi Kita Kanda Hama-chō Area (North of Nihon-bashi)Kaei 3.4 (1850, 1857)

Physical Description: Sizes vary.

Scope and Content Note

  • Kageyama Chikyō (auth)
  • Owariya Seishichi (publ)
  • Beans 1869*
  • Kurita, page 74.
Box 7, Folder 24

Asazusa Okuramae Area Kaei 6 (1853) Bunkyū (1861)

Physical Description: Sizes vary.

Scope and Content Note

  • Inoyama Yoshitomo (auth)
  • Konrindō Owariya Seishichi (publ)
  • Beans 1869*
  • Kurita, page 74.
Box 7, Folder 25

Kaichū Nagata-chō AreaKōka 5 (1848)

Physical Description: 25 x 17 ½ Color

Scope and Content Note

Ōmiya Gohei or Ōgo-dō (publ)
Kurita, page 76.
Box 7, Folder 26

Kobinata Koishikawa Ushigome Area Kaei 2 (1849)

Physical Description: 25 x 17 ½* Color

Scope and Content Note

  • Takashiba Sanyū (auth)
  • Ōgo-dō (publ)
Kurita, page 76.
Box 7, Folder 27

Shiba Atagoshita NishiKubo Area Kaei 2 (1849)

Physical Description: 25 x 17 ½* Color

Scope and Content Note

  • Takashiba Sanyū (auth)
  • ōgo-dō (publ)
Kurita, page 76.
Box 7, Folder 28

Koishikawa Area Kaei 5 (1852)

Physical Description: 25 x 17 ½* Color

Scope and Content Note

  • Murakami Wago (auth)
  • Ōgo-dō (publ)
Kurita, page 76.
Box 7, Folder 1

Yamato-ji Binran (Panoramic Map of Yamato Route) Knasei 15 (1628) [?](1654)

Physical Description: 129 x 7 BW
Box 7, Folder 2

Zoho Ninon Gyotei Saiker ki (Itinerary Map of Japan) Kan-on 4 (17-1)

Physical Description: 325 1/2 x 6 1/4 Hand-colored

Scope and Content Note

  • Suigashi (ert.)
  • Torigai Ichibei (publ)
Box 7, Folder 3

Saikoku Junrei Dochu Ezu (Pilgrimage Map of Saikoku-Kinki Region) Kansei 6 (1794)

Physical Description: 20 x 24 Hand-colored

Scope and Content Note

Ōsakaya Chōzaburō (publ)
Beans 1759.[*;1759.2*]
Box 7, Folder 4

Dōchu Hitori Annai-zu (Itinerary Map for Lono Traveller) Kansei 4 Bunka 5 (1808)

Physical Description: 21 1/2 x 11 3/4, colored

Scope and Content Note

Suharaya Hiesuke & 2 others (publ)
Box 7, Folder 5

Shinkoku Kaisei Tōkaidō Salken Ōezu (Panoramic Map of Tekaidō Highway) Runka (1810?)

Physical Description: 52 x 24 Color

Scope and Content Note

  • Shotei Kinsui (auth)
  • Kuwagata Shoi-Keisai (artist)
  • Beans [810.8] Kurita, page 110.
  • Namba, page 62.
  • Izumoji Manjiro (publ)
Box 7, Folder 6

Original title missing. (Pilgrimage Map of Saikoku Region) Bunka 9 (1812)

Physical Description: 26 1/2 x 24 Hand-colored
Box 7, Folder 7

Dainihon Hayabiki Saiken EZU (Itinerary Map of Japan) Tennō 6 (1835)

Physical Description: 20 1/4 X 14 3/4
Box 7, Folder 8

Title missing: Travel Map with plans of Edo and Ōsaka. Tenpō period (1840?)

Physical Description: 18 ¼ x 9 ¾
Box 7, Folder 9

Dainihon Saiken Dōonū Zukan (Itinerary Map of Japan) Tenpō Period(1840?)

Physical Description: 57 x13 ½ Color

Scope and Content Note

  • Tomoshima Shōkyoku (artist)
  • Izumiya Ichibei & 8 others (publ)
Beans [1840.5*]
Box 8, Folder 10

Kōka Kaisei Dainihon Hitori Annai Daizen (Self-Guide Map of Japan Revised in Kōka Period) Kōka Period (1844-48 )

Physical Description: 57 x 15162

Scope and Content Note

Ikeda Tōei (auth)
Box 8, Folder 11

Title missing. Itinerary Map of Japan Kaei 1 (1848)

Physical Description: 51 x 14 ¾ Color

Scope and Content Note

  • Murataya Hikobei (publ)
  • Rinsendōya Michihiko (engr)
Box 8, Folder 12

Dainihon Dōchū Gyōtei Saiken-zu (Detailed Roud Map of Japan) Ansei 4 (1857)

Physical Description: 7 x 370 ½ Color

Scope and Content Note

  • Suigashi (auth)
  • Nishikawa Jitokusai Yūshun (ed.)
Box 8, Folder 1

Kyo no-Mizu, Dai Dairi Onzu (Plan of Imperial Palace, Kyoto) Kansei 3 (1791)

Physical Description: 21 ½ x 27 BW

Scope and Content Note

  • Akizato Rigo(auth)
  • Ogawa Tasaemon & 2 others (publ)
  • Beans 1791.I
  • Kurita, page 122.
Box 8, Folder 2

Koyasan Ezu (Map of Koya Temple and Mountain) Bunka 7 (1810)

Physical Description: Color
Physical Description: Nintokuji. (print?)

Scope and Content Note

2 copies: one with date Bunka 7, other, with Nintokuji.
Box 8, Folder 3

Nikkō Gyosan no Ezu (Map of Nikko Temple and Mountain) Kaei (?) (1850?)

Physical Description: 34 ¾ x 22

Scope and Content Note

Ueyama Yahed (publ)
Beans [1850.9]*
Box 8, Folder 1

Shū Suison-Mura Kaisei Ezu (Map of Flood Damaged Villages in Settsu and Kawachi provinces Kyōwa (1802)

Physical Description: 32 x 22

Scope and Content Note

  • Yoshida Sakujirō (auth)
  • Kamekidō (publ)
Beans 1802.9 Kurita, page 116
Box 8, Folder 2

NagasaKi Kaigan no zu. (Map of Nagasaki Waterfront) c.a. Kaei n.d

Physical Description: 27 x 18 (1853) Color

Scope and Content Note

N.p.
  • Beans [1855.9]
  • Rudolph, page 179 of Imago Mundi [?]
Box 8, Folder 3

Kairku Okatame Taihei Kagami (Outline of Defense of Edo Bay with Boster of Feudal Lords' c.a. Kaei N.d

Physical Description: 33 ¼ x 18 ¼

Scope and Content Note

N.p.
Beans [1853.9]*
Box 8, Folder 1

Naniwa Jōko-Zu (Ancient Maps of Naniwa-Osaka) Kansei 12 (1800)

Physical Description: 54 ½ x 10 ¾

Scope and Content Note

  • Nakamura Haomi (auth)
  • Fukkodō (publ)
Kurita, page 24.
Box 8, Folder 2

Honohō Ōko Enkaku Zusetsu (Atlas of Ancient Events of Japan) Bunka 12 (1815)

Physical Description: 16 ½ x 11 Color

Scope and Content Note

  • Hiyama Yoshichika (auth)
  • Banshō-kon (publ)
  • Beans 1815*
  • 1823 Kurita, page 121.
Box 8, Folder 3

Honcho Kokugun kenchi Enkoku Zusetsu (illustrated map of the Founding of the Provinces of Japan) Buseri 6 (1623)

Physical Description: 17 x 12 ½ Color

Scope and Content Note

  • Hiyama Yoshichika (auth)
  • Suharaya (publ)
  • Beans 1823.
  • Kurita, page 121.
Box 9, Folder 4

Tōdo Rekida Shūgun Enkaku Chizu.(History of Provinces and Districts of China) Tenpō 6 (1835)

Physical Description: 15 x 13 Color

Scope and Content Note

  • Beans 1789.29
  • Kurita, Page 121.
Box 9, Folder 5

Daishin Rekidal Jinbutsu kyūchi Zenzu (Map of China under the Ts'ng Ansai 5 (1858)

Physical Description: 30 ¾ x 26 ½ Color

Scope and Content Note

Dynasty with notes of the deeds of celebrated men and the historical places through the successive dynasties.
  • Suzuki Yotoe (auth)
  • Etsu Sansei (ed.)
  • Tzumiya Zenbei (publ.)
Beans 1858.3
Box 9, Folder 1

Ōsaka jo keichō juryū pen Fuyu-no-Jin no zu (Map of the War of Ōsake in Kaichō 19) Keichō 512 (ca.1614)

Physical Description: 51 x 44 Color

Scope and Content Note

N.p
Plan of Osaka Castle in the War of Osaka (Winter) with position of warriors.
Box 9, Folder 2

Shinabara no Chizu (Map of Shimabara) Shohō 2 (1645)

Physical Description: 22 x 66 Color

Scope and Content Note

Lists all villages their KOKU.
Box 9, Folder 3

E-shu Kurita-gon Ono Mu Ōezu, (large, rated Map of Ono Village in Kurita County of omi Province.) Hōei 2 (176)

Scope and Content Note

Pictorial map of this tiny village in details.
Box 9, Folder 4

Sesshū Arima Onsen Chizu (Map of Arima Hotspring in Settsu Province) Kansei 8 (1795)

Physical Description: 40 x 18 Color

Scope and Content Note

Plan of Arima hotsprings names inns with their YUJOs.
Box 9, Folder 5

Nagasaki-ko Snoka Gojinsho-zu (Port of Nagasaki with Position Of Daimyōs for Defense) Kansei 12 (41 X 115)

Physical Description: 40 x 115, Color

Scope and Content Note

Bird's eye viewed Nagasaki Barrier; position of feudal lords in case of foreign attack; beautifully colored.
Box 9, Folder 6

Title not original, Inaba Koku-ryō no kozu (Ancient Map of Inaba Province Territory) Kansei 12 (1800)

Physical Description: 50 ½ x 59 Color

Scope and Content Note

Very detailed pictorial description of Inaba Province.
Box 10, Folder 7

No title. (Disaster areas of the Kyōwa flood) Kyōwa 2 (ca. 1802)

Physical Description: 16 x 20 Color

Scope and Content Note

The Lake Hiwa and its southern areas where severe flood damages are recorded.
Box 10, Folder 8

Oronda Shinyaku Chikyū Zenzo (The Map of the Whole World, Newly Translated from Dutch Sources) Bunka 2 (1805)

Physical Description: 16 x 2 Color

Scope and Content Note

Hand-copied 8 maps from Seki[?].
Box 10, Folder 9

kyō Aakuohū Aakugai Ezu (Plan of Kyoto) Bunka 14 (1817)

Physical Description: 51 ¾ x 21, Color

Scope and Content Note

Fujino (or Fujimota) Keitei (auth)
Lettering in red for streets is added in Bunsei ll (1825).
Box 10, Folder 10

Setagowa Ryūiki Ezu (Map of the Seta River Areas for Reconstruction Kanen (1751) Bunsei 10 (1827)

Physical Description: 81 1/2 x 16, 95 x 16, Color

Scope and Content Note

The areas were severely by the flood of Kyowa 2 (1802).
Box 10, Folder 11

Izu Shichi tō no Zu (Izu Islands ) ca. Bunsei (1818-1920_

Physical Description: 94 x 11 Color

Scope and Content Note

Gives distances between parts of the mainland and the islands, and routes for sailing.
Box 10, Folder 12

Rosonkoku Hyōryū-k1 (Account of Shipwreck Experience to the Country of Luzon) ca. Tenpō (ca.1842)

Physical Description: 7 ¼ x 10 ½ Color

Scope and Content Note

2 maps plus a picture of [?] boat (steamboat) in the story of two fishermen who got shipwrecked and reached the island of Luzon.
Map I: their route to Luzon, Hong Kong, Pusan, then to Nagasaki.
Box 10, Folder 13

Kairoi Echigo no Kuni Keijō-enn Sanken Ezu (Revised Map of Keijo county, Echigo Province Tenpō 13 (1842)

Physical Description: 62 x 33 Color

Scope and Content Note

Map II: island of Luzon and its adjacent.
Lists KOKU-DAKA in every village within county; hence, may be a copy of the result of the 1831 governmental order to furnish a map of each feudal lord's fief???
Box 10, Folder 14

Ō-shū Shirakawa Yochi Zenzu (Map of Shirakawa in Mutsu Province) Tenpō 513 (ca.1842)

Physical Description: 34 x 26 ¾ Color

Scope and Content Note

Four counties Shirakawa, Ishikawa, Iwase, and Tamura of Mutsu Province with their villages.
Box 10, Folder 15

SŌ-shŮ Osonaeba Kaigan no Ezu (Defence of Coast of Sagami Province) Kaei 7 (ca. 1854)

Physical Description: 50 ¾ 28 ½ Color

Scope and Content Note

N.p.
Map of the sagami say showing the lines and places of defence against foreign attack; dates for pounding cannot for which feudal lords are associated.
Box 10, Folder 1

No original title; the world Maps ca. Kaei? 1845-54

Physical Description: 20 ½ x 74 ¾ color

Scope and Content Note

n.p.
3 maps from an atlas or a geography book: eastern hemisphere on a globe, eastern and western hemispheres on azimuthal projection: all has some geographical description on sides.
Box 10, Folder 2

Chikyu Bankoku Shōran-zu (Pocket map of the World) N.d

Physical Description: 7 3/16 x 9 9/16 BW

Scope and Content Note

Umekawa Yoshinira Shigetaka (engr)
The northern and southern hemlspheres of the world on Lambert azimuthal projection, with geographical description.
Box 10, Folder 3

Bankoku Taigai no zu (Map of the World) N.d

Physical Description: 13 ½ x 10 ½ Color

Scope and Content Note

Fōsasi (copier)
2 hemisphere maps from an atlas or a book: maybe of azimuthal projection.
Box 10, Folder 4

Kotai Zenzu (Map of China and Her Surroundings) N.d

Physical Description: 23 3/4 x 38 BW

Scope and Content Note

The whole castern hemisphere except Australia is depicted very distortedly. The shape of the continents, Islands, all is very exaggerated. Probably of Chinese origin, rather old printed map.
Box 10, Folder 5

Nisui GōryŮ-zu (Map of the Two Great Rivers Coalescing. N.d

Physical Description: 30 x 29 ½ Color

Scope and Content Note

Araki Hofō (auth)
The Uji and Kizu Rivers areas.
Box 10, Folder 6

Echigo no Kuni Zenzu (Map of Echigo Province) N.d

Physical Description: 46 x 20

Scope and Content Note

N.p.
A province map.
Box 10, Folder 7

Echigo Yochi-zu (Map of Echigo Province) N.d

Physical Description: 33 x 20 Color

Scope and Content Note

More colorfully printed map of Echigo Province with counties in different shading.
Box 10, Folder 8

Dainihon DōchŮ Saiken-ki N.d

Physical Description: 14 x 71 BW

Scope and Content Note

  • Yōmei ShŮkyoku (artist)
  • Mikawaya Tesugorō (publ)
c.f. Nambe plate 39-very close to this map. A fine bird's eyed road map or a travellor
Box 10, Folder 9

Nikkō Gyosan no Ezu N.d

Physical Description: 3/16 x 16 Color

Scope and Content Note

Onihira Cenichirō (publ)
A tourist map of Nikkō showing places of interents.
Box 10, Folder 10

Saikoku Junrei Hitori An-nai Saikenroku (Map of Saikoku for Pilgrimage especiatry for a lone traveler) N.d.

Physical Description: 19 3/4 x 14 Color

Scope and Content Note

N.p
Given distances between stations, names of the temples and places to visit in the Saikoku region.
Box 10, Folder 11

Original title missing Map of Saikoku for Pilgrimage N.d.

Physical Description: 26 ½ x 26 ½ Color BW

Scope and Content Note

N.p
Another pilgrimage map of the Saikoku region.
Box 10, Folder 12

Naniwa Hakkei Takara no? (Location of the Most famus callgraphers in Osaka.) N.d.

Physical Description: 26 ¾ 20 ½

Scope and Content Note

N.p.
Not a map location of those famony calligraphers in Ōsaka area.
Box 11, Folder 1

Original title missing. (Map of Honshū) N.d.

Physical Description: 25 x 20 Color

Scope and Content Note

N.p.
Map of Honshu island with ports and routes for navigation.
Box 11, Folder 2

Original titile missing (Map of Kyūshū) N.d.

Physical Description: 32 x 31 ½ BW

Scope and Content Note

N.d.
Very rough sketch of kyūshū with names of the local fendal lords.
Box 11, Folder 3

Ezo no Runi Zenzui (Map of Ezo (Hokkaidū)) N.d

Physical Description: 38½ x 21 Color

Scope and Content Note

Crude sketch of Hokkaidū with few geographical elements such as mountains and rivers.
Box 11, Folder 4

No title (Hokkaidō and Its Surroundings) N.d

Physical Description: 41 ¼ x 40 Color

Scope and Content Note

N.p.
Importand ports and some navigation routes shown along the coast Hokkaidō; very roughly Sketched.
Box 11, Folder 5

Title missing (Map of Noto Province) N.d.

Physical Description: 58 x 58 Color

Scope and Content Note

N.p.
L-shaped province man of Noto Peninsula which is divided by counties.
Box 11, Folder 6

Title missing. (Map of Noto Province) N.d.

Physical Description: 46 ¾ x 28 Color

Scope and Content Note

N.p
Another crude province map of Noto with 4 counties.
Box 11, Folder 7

Title missing. (Map of Suruga Province) N.d.

Physical Description: 28 ½ x 46 ½

Scope and Content Note

N.p
Delightfully drawn province map with many sketches of mountains clouds, temples, shines, etc.
Box 11, Folder 8

Sendai-ryō Ezu (Territory of Sendai) N.d.

Physical Description: 21 ¼ x 17 ½ Color

Scope and Content Note

N.P.
Probably a county map of Sendai in Mutsu Province: beautifully drawn with detailed road system, villages and distance between them, names of ports, etc.
Box 11, Folder 9

No original title. (Ancient Map of Tsuruga) N.d.

Physical Description: 38 x 42 Color

Scope and Content Note

N.p.
Map or 3 provinces around the city of Tsuruga: rough sketches of mountains, villages, and roads.
Box 11, Folder 10

No original title. (Map of Kariya Town in Mikawa Province) N.d.

Physical Description: 18 x 24 ½ Color

Scope and Content Note

N.d.
Town of Kariya in two shades; one for rice field, the other for hill and mountains, with village and roads between.
Box 11, Folder 11

Uji-zu (Map of Uji) N.d.

Physical Description: 14 3/4 x 33 1/2 Color

Scope and Content Note

Plan of Uji [?] which is rather well described with beautifully used colors.
Box 11, Folder 12

(Maps of 17 Castles)

Scope and Content Note

1. Banshū Himeji no Zu. (Plan of Himeji Castle)
2. Saigei no Jō-zu (Map of Saigei Castle)
3. Sanuki Takaestan Jō-zu (Map of Takamastan Castle in Sanuki Province)
4. Fchigo Takata Jō (Takata Castle in Echigo Province)
5. Yashū Fujioka Jō (Fujioka Castle in Nasu)
6. Nasu Ōtawara Jō-zu (Ōtwara Castle in Nasu)
7. Seishu Kowana Jō-zu (Kuwana Castle in Ise Province)
8. Enshō Kakegawa Jō-zu (Kakegawa Castle in Tōtomi Province)
9. Tosa Kōckian Jō-zu (Kōchisan Castle in Tosa Province)
10. Suruga Ejiri Kojō-zu (Ancient Ejiri Castle in Suruga Province)
11. Higo no Kuni Kumamato Jō-zu (Kumamoto Castle in Higo Province)
12. Wakabe Eojo-zu (Ancient Castle of Makabe)
13. Sunchū Mumazn Jō-zu (Mumuza Castle in Suruga Province)
14. Tōtomi no Kuni Kōtenjin Jō-no-zu (Kōtenjin Castle in Tōtomi Province)
15. Jōshū Tatebayashi-jō-no-zu (Tatebayashi Castle in Kōzuke Province)
16. Edo-jō no zu (Maps of Edo Castle)—4 maps
17. Noshū Iwamura-jō-no-zu (Iwamura Castle of Mino Province)
Box 11, Folder 13

Shinano Kawanaka-jima Koezu (Battle of Kawasaka-[?] Shinano Province) N.d.

Physical Description: 33 x 37 1/2 Color

Scope and Content Note

N.p.
This famous Battle of [?] is reconstructed in this map with WHO positioned WHERE at the time of the battle.
Box 11, Folder 14

Ōsakaji Ezu (Map of Battle of Osaka) N.d.

Physical Description: 43 x 35 Color

Scope and Content Note

N.p.
Illustration of layout of Osaka Castle at the time of the Battle in 1615-1616, with WHO stationed WHERE.
Box 11, Folder 1

Chikyū Bankoku Hō-zu (The World Map) Meiji 4 (1871)

Physical Description: 39 x 49 Color

Scope and Content Note

Dachizume Kanichi (ed) Yama Kōmoku-sha (printer)
Probably after Schnell Map of the World (in Mercator projection) is surrounded by nations flags.
Box 11, Folder 2

Zōtei Yochi Kōkai Zenzu (world Navigation Map Newly Edited) Meiji 5 (1872)

Physical Description: 57 x 51 Color

Scope and Content Note

  • Oka shū (auth)
  • Izumiya Kichibei (publ)
World chart of Mercator projection with numerous ocean routes of early explorers.
Box 12, Folder 3

Shōchū Bankoku Yochi Sai-zenzu (Detailed Pocket Map of the World) Meiji 5 (1872)

Physical Description: 19 x 1/4 x 14 1/4 Color

Scope and Content Note

Ishida Mal (artist and engraver)
Mercator projection of the world.
Box 12, Folder 4

Bonkoku Yakuzu Nissi Hankyū and Higasei Hankyū (Map of the World translated: Eastern and Western Hemispheres) Meiji 18 (1883)

Physical Description: 19 3/8 x 20 5/8 Color

Scope and Content Note

  • Tomioka En (ed)
  • Ogara Chōkichi (publ)
Mainly political features with a few topographic elements such as hachured mountains and sanded-desert.
Box 12, Folder 5

Ansha Chikyū Yaku-zu (Map of the World) Meiji 18 (1885)

Physical Description: 37 ¾ x 27 ¾ Color

Scope and Content Note

Ide Iibesake (transl)
Hemisphere maps with more political features than topographic.
Box 12, Folder 5

Pankoku Zenzu (World Map) Meiji 21 (1888)

Physical Description: 27 15/16 x 19 ½ Color

Scope and Content Note

  • Yoshimura Sentarō (auth)
  • Makamura Anakichi (publ)
Mercator projection of the world with flags of various nations on top.
Box 12, Folder 7

Bunkatsu Ajia-shū Bu (Map of Asia) Meiji 5 (1872)

Physical Description: 36 5/8 x 25 9/16 Color

Scope and Content Note

  • Hashizume Kabichi (transl)
  • Bukuda-shi (print.)
Continental map for Asia.
Box 12, Folder 8

Dai-Ninonkoku Meisai Chizu (Detailed Map of Japan) Meiji (1868)

Physical Description: 8 1/4 x 6 1/2 BW

Scope and Content Note

N.p.
53 maps: world, whole Japan, and provinces.
Box 12, Folder 9

Sanpu Shijū-ni-ken Shōken Zenzu (New 3-Fu's, 72 Prefectures of Japan) Meiji 5 (1872)

Physical Description: 19 ¼ x 14 ½ Color

Scope and Content Note

Saikyō Shinbun-sha (publ)
A map of Japan with new prefectural system based on the old provinces.
Box 12, Folder 10

Dai-Nihon Zenzu (Map of Japan) Meiji 9 (1876)

Physical Description: 19 5/8 x 28 Color

Scope and Content Note

Hoshi Korekiyo (ed.)
With old provinces and 3 windows which are Hokkaidō Islands, Ogasawara Islands and Ryūkyū Islands.
Box 12, Folder 11

Dai-Nihon Zenzu (Map of Japan) Meiji 10

Physical Description: 48 x 45 Color

Scope and Content Note

N.p.
Original in Color by regions. Inserts of plans of Tokyō, Osaka, Kyōtō, Hakodate, Yokohama, Migate, Kōbe, Nagasaki, and some islands. Superimposed is a location of superior courts and their sphere of influence.
Box 12, Folder 12

Meiji Kaisei Dai-Nihon Seizu (Detailed Map of Japan Revised) Meiji 20 (1887)

Physical Description: 28 x 28 ¼

Scope and Content Note

  • Kabai Tatsunosuke (ed.)
  • Nakamura Asakichi (publ)
With place names and administrative divisions in color. Decorated with sketches and plans of cities.
Box 12, Folder 13

Kaisei Shinkoku Teikoku Dai-Nihon Ritei Sai-zu (Detailed Bi-Map of Imperial Japan) Meiji 29 (1896)

Physical Description: 56 ¼ x 19 ¼ Color

Scope and Content Note

Kataoka Kenzō (ed.)
With complete maps of Korea, China of 18 provinces, newly acquired Taiwan, and railroad systems.
Box 12, Folder 14

Hokkaidō Kokugan Meisai-zu (Detailed provincial Map of Hokkaido) Meiji 2 (1869)

Physical Description: 14 x 20 Color

Scope and Content Note

Sapporo Headquarters
Provinces of Hokkaidō in color.
Box 12, Folder 15

Dai-Nihon Kyūshu Ichiran no Zu (Glance at the Kyūshū Islands of Japan) Meiji 10 (1877)

Physical Description: 27 ¾ x 19 ¼ Color

Scope and Content Note

Mori Kinseki (ed.) Nakagawa Kansuke (publ)
No longer old type of regional/province map—copper-plated very modern map with mountains in hachures, N/S orientation, etc.
Box 12, Folder 16

Kyūshū Meisai-Zu (Map of Kyushu) Meiji 21 (1888)

Physical Description: 24 ½ x 20 Color

Scope and Content Note

  • Kagawa Kazuhide (auth)
  • Goto Shichirōemon (nrinter)
Similar to the above with more inserts of islands groups and plans of cities such as Kumamoto City, Nagasaki City, Fukuoka-Hakata City, etc.
Box 12, Folder 17

Owari Meisai-Zu (Map of Owari Province) Meiji 5 (1872)

Physical Description: 38 ½ x 28 ¼ Color

Scope and Content Note

Odakiri Harue (artist & author)
Like an old province map but with new ward system laid on Nagoya City.
Box 13, Folder 18

Niigata Kenka Sado Zenzu (Province of Sado within Niigata Prefecture) Meiji 9 (1876)

Physical Description: 38 ¼ x 28 ¼ Color.

Scope and Content Note

Koizumi Sonoaki (auth)
Island of Sado in color with an insert of sea-route to the Mainland.
Box 13, Folder 19

Mikawa Meisai-Zu (Map of Mikawa Province) Meiji 9 (1876)

Physical Description: 38 3/8 x 27 3/8 Color

Scope and Content Note

  • Odakiri Harue (auth)
  • Katano Toshirō (publ)
Very similar province map to Owari Meisai-Zu, created by the same author.
Box 13, Folder 20

Omi Ryōkou-Zu (Map of Two Provinces: Owari and Mikawa) Meiji 10 (1877)

Physical Description: 35 1/8 x 38 1/8 Color

Scope and Content Note

Odakiri Harue (author & Kurita Tōhei (publ)
A combination of two maps of Owari and Mikawa by the same author.
Box 13, Folder 21

Kaisei Mie-Ken Gunson Meisai-Zu (Revised Map of Wie Prefecture with counties and Towns) Meiji 10 (1877)

Physical Description: 30 ½ x 19 Color

Scope and Content Note

  • Kami Yūjirō (auth)
  • Itō Zentarō (publ)
Not much improved province map.
Box 13, Folder 22

Ensunzu Yochi Seisai Zukai (retailed Map of Tōtomi, Suruga, and Izu Provinces) Meiji 11 (1878)

Physical Description: 49 ¾ x 37 Color

Scope and Content Note

  • Hirazawa Teikitsu (draftsman)
  • Hirayama Jinbei (ed.,publ)
Topographic map of this new prefecture Shizucka.
Box 13, Folder 23

Mie-ken Kannai Saiken-Zu (Detailed Map of f Mie Prefecture) Meiji 16 (1883)

Physical Description: 14 ¼ x 9 ¾ Color

Scope and Content Note

  • Satfō Ihei (auth)
  • Itō Zentarō (publ)
21 maps of Mie Prefecture: a whole map of Mie-ken which is 14 ¼ x 9 ¾ and 20 county maps which are 7 ¼ x 9 ¾.
Box 13, Folder 24

Miyagi-Ken Kannai Meisai Zenzu (Detailed Map of Miyagi Prefecture) Meiji 23 (1890)

Physical Description: 18 x 13 BW

Scope and Content Note

  • Aizawa Eikichi (auth)
  • Suzuki Eikichi (publ)
Topographic and topographic map of the newly created prefecture.
Box 13, Folder 25

Omi no Kuni Shinchōson Zenzu (Map of New Towns and Villages in Omi Province) Meiji 24 (1891)

Physical Description: 38 3/8 x 37 ¾ Color

Scope and Content Note

Watanabe Cyō (auth)
The province is surrounded by scenically famous places (in sketches).
Box 13, Folder 26

Ibaragi-ken Kannai Shichōson-sei Zenzu (Map of City-Town-Village within Ibaragi Prefecture) Meiji 27 (1894)

Physical Description: 29 3/16 x 22 7/l6 BW

Scope and Content Note

Kawamata Ginzō (auth)
Administrative and topographic map of Ibaragai-ken with a plan of Mito-shi, its capitol.
Box 13, Folder 27

Suruga no Kuni Zenzu (Province of Suruga) N.d., but of post-Meiji

Physical Description: 35 x 20 Color

Scope and Content Note

N.p.
A typical province map of the Tokugawa period but issued after Meiji.
Box 13, Folder 28

Sun-En-San Zenzu (Provinces of Suruga, Tōtomi, and Mikawa) N.d.

Physical Description: 28 ½ x 57 7/8 Color

Scope and Content Note

Koshin (auth.?) Yoshidaya Monsaburō (publ)
A typical province map of the Tokugawa period but issued after Meiji.
Box 13, Folder 29

Dewa Zenzu (Map of Dewa Province) N.d.

Physical Description: 28 3/8 x 27 7/8 Color

Scope and Content Note

Yoshidaya Monsaburo (publ)
A good but typical province map; with KOKU and GUN with a number of villages within.
Box 13, Folder 30

Echigo Ichien-Shi (Map of Echigo Province) N.d.

Physical Description: 58 ¼ x 28 ½ Color

Scope and Content Note

Yoshidaya Monsaburō (publ)
A good but typical province map; with KOKU and GUN with a number of villages within.
Box 13, Folder 31

Sendai-ku oyobi Kinbō Sonraku no Zu (Map of Sendai District and Its Surroundings) Meiji 15 (1882)

Physical Description: 42 5/8 x 38 BW

Scope and Content Note

Army Corps in Sendai
A topographic map with contours, description of landuse, etc.
Box 13, Folder 32

Niigata-Kenka Echigo no Runi Zenzu (Map of Echigo Province within Niigata Prefecture) N.d.

Physical Description: 53 x 27 Color

Scope and Content Note

N.p.
Map of Echigo region-with newly created KU.
Box 13, Folder 33

Ōrshū Sendai-jō Saiken Zenzu (Map of Sendai Castle in Mutsu Province) Meiji 1 (1868)

Physical Description: 37 x 55 Color

Scope and Content Note

  • Hashimoto Cyokuransai (artist)
  • Hōshūdō (publ)
c.f. Namba, page 139.
Box 13, Folder 34

Jō no Makabe Ichigun Zuga (A county Map of Makabe in Hitachi Province) Meiji 5 (1872)

Physical Description: 26 x 21 Color

Scope and Content Note

N.p.
Ms. A county map without much information.
Box 13, Folder 35

Note no Kuni Chizu (Map of Noto Province) Meiji 5 (1872)

Physical Description: 36 ¾ x 28 ¼

Scope and Content Note

N.p.
Beautifully hand-drawn and hand-colored map of Noto Province.—Ms
Box 13, Folder 36

Wakasa Zenkoku Echizen no Kuni Tsuruga-gun Seizu (Map of Wakasa Province and Tsuruga County of Echizen Province) Meiji 10 (1877)

Physical Description: 72 x 36 ½ Color

Scope and Content Note

N.p.
Beautifully hand-drawn map, with lat. and long.—Ms.
Box 1, Folder 1

Hōei 7 (Beans 1710.l*) Nansen Bushū Bankoku Shōka no Zu. "World Map."

Scope and Content Note

Designed by Zuda Rokashi (Priest Hōtan). Published by Nagata Chōbei, Kyōto, Hōei 7. 57 x 45 ½. Chinese text by Zuda Rokashi. The author has set out to improve on the Chinese sources from which this map derives but Nakamura finds it "nothing but a mutilated copy of the Map of the Five Indies, made up from a confusion of heterogeneous and anachronistic materials."—Beans
World maps representing Buddhist cosmology—The earliest map of this type is the Nansenbushū Bankoku Shōka no Zu (a world map) drawn by Hōtan, a Buddhist, which was public in 1710 and became the prototype of Buddhist world maps. The Nan-en-budai Shōkoku Shura no Zu (a world map), the date of which is still uncertain, and the Sekai Daiso Zu (a work map), En-bu-dai-Zu (a world map), Tenjuku Yochi Zu(a map of India), a trilogy by Sonto, are drived from Hōtanis vrorld map. The special features of these maps are the representation of an imaginary India, where Buddha was born, and the illustration of the religious World as expounded by Buddhists. In the Buddhist world maps or Shumi World, the space for the regions called Nan-en-bu and Nan-en-budai etc-equivalent to the Continentso of the real Earth is very small. It has been maintained that their artists could not have closed their eyes, as far as these parts are concerned, to the objective world maps made in Europe. But these maps treat India as the heart of their World, and consequently we can say that they never recognized the European world maps. In their maps the Buddhists connected Five Continents with the Spiritual World where the Sprit of human beings must go after death. In these maps we find confusion of the visionary world and the real. Hōtan's world map was so popular that it is not difficult to find it to-day.—Ayusawa
Box 1, Folder 2

Kansei 8 (Beans 1796.I*)

Scope and Content Note

Oranda Shinyaku Chikyu Zenzu. "The Map of the Whole World, Newly Translated from Dutch Sources." Engraved by Kobayashi Heihachi of Ōsaka and Ogawa Tazaemon of Kyōto and "examined by Nagakubo Sekisui of Mito," Kōkan's elder contemporary. Eastern and western hemispheres, each 13 diam., printed on a sheet 36 ¼ x 20 ¼, with text surrounding the map. Copper-engraved. Colored and heightened in gold. Edo, Kansei 8. Folded, in original covers, the latter having the Dutch title Algemeene Waereld Kaart embossed thereon. Boxer mentions editions of this same year without the embossed Dutch title. Cartographically quite similar to Kōkan's map of 1792 except less advanced in a few respect. Here the outline of Australia omits the eastern half entirely, whereas in the engraving of 1792 the entire continent is shown. Also California is drawn as an island where in the map of 1792 it is shown as a peninsula. Beans.
Box 1, Folder 3

Tenpo 6 (1835)—not listed in Beans.

Scope and Content Note

Shinsei Yochi Zenzu (Bankoku Chikyū-zu Ayobi Setsu). "New World Map." Published by Kakushūdō of Edo. (2 hemispheres; eastern and western and a list of 6 continents with names of countries known. For instance, there only are Brasil and Peru in South America.) Color-printed, 27 ½ x 19 ¾. Not listed in Beans.
Box 1, Folder 4

Tenpo 11 (1840)—not classified in Beans list.

Scope and Content Note

Oranda Shikyu Zensu. "Map of World by Dutch Sources." Apparent copy of "Oranda Shinyaku Chikyu Zen-u" by Nagakubo Sekisui. Author [japanese characters], examined by [Japanese characters]. California is drawn as an island. BW, 17 x 26. not found in Beans.
Box 1, Folder 5

Kaei 3 (Beans 1850.2*)

Scope and Content Note

Chikyū Bankoku Sankai Yochi Zenzu Setsu. "World Map with Explanations." Originally designed by Chō Sekisui of Mito. (Revised by Ymazaki Yoshinari. Published by Takatani, Edo, Kaei 3. those facts are-missing in our map.) Color-printed, 18 ½ x 17 ¾ (our's is 27 x 18 ½). The continents are outlined in the crudest possible manner. Maps of this standard could only have been intended for a most uncritical market. Arbitrarily, we list here a rather similar woodcut that lacks a date: l850.4* Same title. Published by Takatani, Edo, Kaei 3. Color-printed, 23 ¼ x 16. It resembles no.l850.2, except for size.—this is ours.
Box 1, Folder 6

Kaei 3 (1850.8* by Beans)

Scope and Content Note

Shinichi Bankoka Zansm. Revised World Map. Eastern and western hemispheres. Author Shirai Tsūki of Utsunomiya, publisher Senryūkutsu, Edo, Kaei 3. Sopper-engraved by Egawa Senturō and Takeguchi Teisai and hand-colored in outline. Hemlspheres each 22 diameter. Overall, including text, 54 ½ x 25. An excellent modern map, infinitely superior to the cheap world maps of the same year, previously listed by us. —Beans
Box 1, Folder 7

Kaei 6 (Beans 1853.I*)

Scope and Content Note

(Shintei) Chikyū Bankoku Hōzu. "World Map." N.p., Kaei 6. Follows No.1852.2. Color-printed, 49 x 25 ½. At lower left, four inset hemispheres, each 4 ¾ diam.: 1853.2* South polar. 1853.4* Eastern. 1853.3* North polar. 1853.5* Western. Beans.
cf. 1852.8 Shintei Chikyū Bankoku Hōzu. World Map. Published by Tōryō Suidō Hō, Edo (?), 1852.
Box 1, Folder 8

Bunkyū (Beans 1861.I*)

Scope and Content Note

Shinkan Yochi Zenzu. World Map, Newly Edited. "World chart on Mercators projection with numerous ocean routes. Publisher Satō Seiyō, Edo, Bunkyū I. Copper-engraved and color-printed. The map proper (46 ¾ x 35) is surrounded by a frame of 159 flags of foreign nations in color. Overall dimensions, including attached text, 51 x 49.—Beans.
Box 1, Folder 9

Bunkyū 2 (Beans 1862.2) or 1858.I*

Scope and Content Note

Bankoku Kōkai-Zu. "World Navigation Map." There is also a Ms. Title in English, "A Map of the World in Japanese by Ed. Schnell. Yokohama, February 1862. Colored in outline. Map proper 53 x 34 ½. An earlier printing from the name copper-plates is listed under no. 1858.I.
1858.I* Yochi Koxaiza. "Navigation Chart of the World." Originally engraved 1845, edited by "an Englishman." Translated by Takeda Kango. Publisher, Jutokudō, Edo, Ansei 5. Copper-engraved and colored in outline. 21 ½ x 34 ½, including panels of text along the right side. An excellent modern chart, drawn on Mercators projection.
Box 1, Folder 9

Bunkyū (Beans 1862.2)

Scope and Content Note

Bankoku Kōkai-Zu. "World Navigation Map." There is also a Ms. Title in English, "A Map of the World in Japanese by Ed. Schenell. Yokohama, February 1862." Colored in outline. Map proper 53 x 34 ½, otherwise 68 ¾ x 36. An earlier printing from the same copper-plates is listed under no. 1858.I. —Beans.
cf. Yochi Kōkai Zu. Navigation Chart of the World. 1858.I*
Box 1, Folder 10

Kōki (Chinese calendar), 1665

Scope and Content Note

Daimin Kyūhen Bankoku Jinseki Roteisu "World Map (representing Chinese Thought)" China is situated predominantly in the centre, and the other countries are arranged round it, North and South America being drawn as separate small islands, and Europe and Africa being left uncompleted; this expresses contemporary Chinese ideas on world geography. The fact that such dogmatic world maps were widely favoured in old Japan shows that some Japanese in the Age of National Isolation believed Chine to be the centre of the World and all the other countries to be in subordination to her. Ayusan 47 1/3 x 48 Color.
cf. Kurita, page 25.
Box 1, Folder 11

Bunka, 3 (1806) not listed on Beans.

Scope and Content Note

Chosen Sehyo narabi Zenzu (Chōsen?Hachidō no Zu). "Dynastied and 8 Provinces of Korea. Author, assisted by Nagata, engraved by Morimoto Tasuke and Nakagawa Matsunosuke of ōsaka. It lists the origin of Korea (in historial perspective) and calendar of dynasties. Colored, 51 ¾ x 20 ½. Not listed in Beans Collection.
Box 1, Folder 12

Tenpō ([1835.I]*) —Beans

Scope and Content Note

Chōi Ichiran (Shincho Itto no Zu). Map of Ch'ing China. Delineated by Seitaien, Osaka, and examined by Sen-in, Nagasaki. Copied after a map made in China in Tenpo 6. Color-printed, 22 ¼ x 25 ½. —Beans
Box 1, Folder 13

Kaei 7 (Beans 1854.09.03)

Scope and Content Note

Dai-Nihon Tōdo Yochi Zenzu. "Complete Map of Japan and China." Compiled by Nagayana Kan in Kaei 7. Map of Japan, Pacific Ocean, and China with Provinces. In color, 20 ½ x 29. —listed in Beans.
Box 1, Folder 2-1

Cenroku (Beans [1695.I*])

Scope and Content Note

Dai-Nihon Koku Zenbi-Zu. General Map of Japan. Drawn by Mabuchi Jikōan. Description by Okada Jishōken, n.d. Hand-colored, 47 x 30. Superior cartographically, to Ryūsen's work.—Beans.
cf. Kurita, page 35.
Namba, page 172.
Box 1, Folder 2-1(a)

Meiwa 1-5. (1764-1772)not listed in Beans.

Scope and Content Note

Dai-Nihon Koku no Zu. "Map of Japan." By Kochiya Chibei of Edo. In two colors, black and oonange. Mentioned by Akioka, page 144, but not by Beans. 26 ½ x 18 ½.
Box 1, Folder 2-2

Anei (Beans 1775.2*)

Scope and Content Note

Kaisei Nihon Yochi Rotei Zenzu. "Revised Map of Japan." By Shiba Kunihiko of Sanuki. By Nagakuko Sekisui of Mito. Colored, 37 x 24.—Beans
cf. 1846.I. cf. Namba, place 29
Beans 1779.I*—Nihon Yochi Rotei Zenzu. "Topographical Map of Japan." By Nagakubo Genju (Mito Sekisui). Published by Seibundo, Osaka, Anei 8. Hand-colored, 33 x 53 ½. This map constitutes a landmark in Japanese cartography. Sekisui employs meridians and a scale, reducing the purely decorative element and greatly increasing the number of place names. In later years this map is revised and augmented. See nos. 1791.2, 1811.I, 1865.I.
Box 1, Folder 2-2

Bunka 8 (Beans 1811.2*)

Scope and Content Note

Kaisei Nihon Yochi Rotei Zenzu. "Revised Map of Japan." Author, Nagakubo Sekisui of Mito. Publishers, Suhara Mohei of Edo, and Asano Yahei of ōsaka. Engraver, Inoue Jihei of Kyōto. Shiba Kunihika of Sanuki, as editor.—Beans of 1779.I* and 1791.2 which are name. Color-printed, 55 x 33.
1799.I*—Nihon Yochi Rotei Zenzu. Topographical map of Japan. By Nagakubo Genju (Mito Sekisui). Published by Seibunde, Osaka, Anei 8. Hand-colored, 33 x 53 ½. This map constitutes a landmark in Japanese cartography. Sekisui employs meridians and a scale, reducing the purely decorative element and greatly increasing the number of place names. In later years this map is revised and augmented. See nos. 1791.2, 1811.I, 1865.I.
Box 1, Folder 2-3

Bunka 5 (Beans 1838.II)

Scope and Content Note

Dainihon Saiken Shishō Zenzu. "Detailed Map of Japan." Compiled by ōshōzan (pseudonym of Torigai Tōsai), published by Fujiya Yahei and Kichimonjiya Ichizaemon, both of ōsaka, in Bunka 5. Colored, 89 ½ x 53 ¼.
cf. Akioka, page 148
Kurita, page 38.
Box 2, Folder 4

Bunka 13, (Beans 1816.I*)

Scope and Content Note

Dai Nihno Setsujo Sangoku no Zenzu. "Map of three countries surrounding Japan." Published by Bunsokaku (Shikosha), Magoya, 1816. Color-printed, 27 x 18. Actually we have here a map of Japan, with three insets to which we assign separate numbers: 1816.2* Korea: 1816.3* Hokkaido: 1816.4* Okinawa.
Box 2, Folder 4-a

Bunsei (1818-30)---Beans [1818.4]*

Scope and Content Note

Cover title: Nihon Meisho no E. "Picture of Place of Interest in Japan." Drawn by Kuwagata Keisai. N.d. The artist died in 1824. Color-printed, 22 ¼ x 16 ½. -----Beans. Ours is in form of scroll.
c.f. Namha, page 44.
Box 2, Folder 5

Tenpō (Beans 1824)

Scope and Content Note

Dai Nihen Yoshi pioran. "Handy Atlas of Japan." Edited by Matsu, (Yamazaki Yoshiyue) of Tsu-han in Tenpo 5. Two volumes, sheets not numbered, accordian-folded, with seventy color-printed maps engraved by shogetsudo, 14 x 10 ½. Color-printed.
cf. Beans 1834.I*-1834.7
cf. Akioka, page 156
Box 2, Folder 6

Kaei 2 (Beans 1849.I)

Scope and Content Note

Dai Nihon KoKa Yachi zenzu. "General Map of Japan." By Takashiba Hidezō, published by Tsutaya kinchzó. Color-printed, 58 x 28 ¼, in Kaei 2. Similar to Nagakubo Sekisui's Nihon Yochi Rotel Zenzu with latitudes and longtitudes.
cf. Kurita, page 38.
Box 2, Folder 7

Kaei 7 (1854)---not listed in Beans

Scope and Content Note

Dainihon Bunkyo Zusai in Two Volumes. "Atlas of Japan." Author Hashimoto Gyoku-ransai, edited by Rintei Shujin, and drawn by Teni Oasai. Maps of Provinces with county names, but with no roads. Color-printed, 10 ½ x 6 ¼.---not found in Beans Listing.
Box 2, Folder 8

Kaei 7 (Beans 1854.09.I)

Scope and Content Note

Nihon no Zu. (our title missing). "Map of Japan." Published by kikuya KózaburŌ, kaei 7. In color, 35 ½ x 20 ½. (Provinces with major towns are illustrated in different color. With lat. and long.)---Beans.
c.f. Akioka, plate 61.
Box 2, Folder 9

Bunkyū 4 (1864)---not listed in Beans.

Scope and Content Note

Dainillion Kairiko Zeren. "Complete Map of Japan, Land and Sea." Author Seiken Gengyo of Edo, engraved by Takeguchi Takisaburō, and published by Ebisuya Shōshichi of Edo, Bunkyū 4. Distances in Ri, both of land and sea, are added to the original map of Nagakubo Sekisui. Color-printed, 38 ¾ x 28 ¾.---not listed in Beans Collection.
Box 2, Folder 1

Bunka 10 (Beans 1813.I)

Scope and Content Note

Shinkoku Kyushu n zu. (Kyusiū Kyukakoku no Ezu.) "Map of the Nine Provinces of Kyusha. by Bunkindo, Nagasaki. Bunka 10. 31 x 25, colored.
Box 2, Folder 2

Tenpo 12 (Beans 1382.I*)

Scope and Content Note

Izu Shichitō Zenzu. "Map of the Izu Seven Islands." The Izu Group and the coast of Sagami, Musashi, Awa, Kazusa and Shimoosa. The author Tōjo Shinkō. Corrected by his pupils Abe Akitō of Edo, Takada Shinshō of Izu and Soajima Seishin of Hirosaki. Color-printed, 42 x 20, including much text and the inset.----Beans.
cf. Kurita page 39.
Box 2, Folder 3

Tenpō 14 (Beans 1843.1) copy 1

Scope and Content Note

Fujimi Jūsanshū Yochi no Zenzu. "Map of the thirteen Provinces from which Fujisan is Visible." Akiyama Einen (Bokusun) and others. Published by Shūseidō, Edo, Tenpō 14. Color-printed, 68 x 59.--- Beans.
Box 2, Folder 3

Tenpō 14 (Beans 1843.1) variant, copy 2

Scope and Content Note

Fujimi Jūsanshū Yochi no Zenzu. "Map of the Thirteen Provinces: from which the Mt. Fuji is visible." Akiyama Einen (Bokusan) and others. Published by Shūseidō, Edo, Tenpō 14. Color-printed, 69 x 59.---Beans.
cf. Box 5, 12 which is a duplicate.
Box 2, Folder 4

Kaei 7 (Beans 1856.2*)

Scope and Content Note

Ezo Kōkyō Yochi Zenni. "Map of Hokkaidō." By Jonsai Fuijita Ryō. Published by Harimaya Katsugorō of Edo, Kaei 7. Color-printed, 36 x 45 ½.---Beans.
Box 2, Folder 5

Ansei 5 (1858)---not listed in Forms

Scope and Content Note

Kaihō Yochi-zu, Ise yori Awaji made. "Pocket Map, from Ise Province to Awaji Province. Copper-engraved by Matsuda Ryokuzan of Kyōto. Booksellers Kawachiya Kibei, Takehara Kōbei, Echigo-ya Jihei, and Hiranoya Mohei. In Black and White, 25 ½ x 13 ¾.---not listed in Beans Collection.
cf. Kurita page 7
Box 2, Folder 6

Keiō 3 (?)-- Beans (1867.5)*

Scope and Content Note

Mutsu Dewa Kokugun Kōtei Zenzu. (Echigo [?]). "Complete Map of Mutsu and Dewa Provinces (with Half of Echigo Province.)." Drawn and published by Cyokuransai Hashimoto. Not dated. Ramming dates this map (1868). Colored, 36 x 57.---Beans.
cf. Kurita 38 Nambei 86
Box 2, Folder 7

Keiō (1868)---not listed in Beans

Scope and Content Note

Ōuechi Sangoku Ryakuzu. "Simplified Map of Mutsu Dewa Echigo Provinces." Author Yasui Kenbishi, edited by Nagayama, Heisei, bookseller Bunskodo, Keio 4. Color-printed, 38 ¼ x 28 ¼.---not found Beans Collection.
Box 3, Folder 1

After Shōhō, Keian (17th-century or later)---not listed in Beans

Scope and Content Note

Izumi no Kuni Ōezu. "Large Illustrated Map of Izumi Province." Author not mentioned. Not dated, but Kurita says after Shōhō, Keian. In black and white, 57 ¾ x 21 ¼. A very crude province-map.
cf, Kurita, page 53
Box 3, Folder 2

Beginning of the 18th century (Beans [1704.4])

Scope and Content Note

Mikawashū Chiri Zukan. "Geographic Map of Mikawa Province." Mikawa Province with eight districts (counties). Preface by Cankei-Sanjin (pseud.). N.d. Our approximate date is based on a study by Prof. Kurita, who suggested the beginning of the 18th century.---Beans.
Hand-coloreds 43 ½ x 43. Very pictorial province-map.
cf. Kurita, page 54.
Box 3, Folder 3

Hōei 6 [Beans 1709.1]

Scope and Content Note

Kawachi no Kuni Ezu, "Map of the Province of Kawachi." Hayashi Jōhō. Made by Yoshida Corōemon, Ōsaka, 48 ½ x 20 ¾, colored. (Brush painting in green for mts.)
Box 3, Folder 4

Kyōhō 20 (Beans 1735.1)

Scope and Content Note

Yamato no Kuni Ōezu. "Map of Yamato Province."---same as Box 1, 6. except this map is without colors.
Box 3, Folder 4

Kyōhō 20 (Beans 1735.1): Anei 5 (1776) revised.

Scope and Content Note

Yamato no Kuni Ōezu. "Map of Yamato Province."
Author, Nakamura Kanjisai of Izumi. Designed by Takagi Kōsuke Sadatake of Ōsaka. Publisher Hondaya Iemon, Ōsaka, Kyōhō 20. 40 x 59, colored.
Box 3, Folder 5

Kanpō 2 (Beans 1742.1*)

Scope and Content Note

Ōmi no Kuni Oezu. "Map of Omi Province." Author, Yamashita Shigemasa. Published by Murakami Ihei, Ōsaka, Kanpū 2. Colored, 32 x 54.
cf. Kurita, Page 58
Box 3, Folder 6

Kanen 2 (Beans 1749.I*)

Scope and Content Note

Harima no Kuni Ōezu. "Map of Harima Province." Author, Yamashita Shigemasa of Kashū (and shecked by six others). Published by Murakami Ihei, Ōsaka, Kanen 2. Hand-tinted, 46 ¼ x 41 ½.---Beans.
Box 3, Folder 7

Anei 5 (Beans 1776.1*)

Scope and Content Note

Kawachi Saiken Zu. "Detailed Map of Kawachi Province." Author Narui Hyoemon. Drawn by Takagi Masatsune. Engraved by Itamiya Shinshichi. Corrected by Kawachiya Kibei. Published by Shioya Heisuke, Ōsaka, Anei 5. 50 x 21.---Beans
Box 3, Folder 8

Genbun 1 (Beans 1736.3*), Anei (1776)

Scope and Content Note

Izumi no Kuni Ōezu. "Illustrated Map of Izumi Province." Author Nakatani Kozan, publisher Iseya Shimbei, Ōsaka, Genbun I. 22 ½ x 53. ---Beans
Author Nakatani Kozan of Ōsaka by Kawai Morikiyo of Sakai publisher Sakanoue Shobei. of Ōsaka:
Box 3, Folder 9

Anei 7 (Beans 1778.2*)

Scope and Content Note

Yamashiro-shu Ōezu. "Map of Yamashiro Province." Author, Rakuge Hyakuga. Artist, Shimokabe Shūsui of Kyōto. Publisher, Yano Chōbei and five others, all of Kyōto, Anei 7. 73 ¾ x 38 ¾.
Box 3, Folder 9

Anei 7 (Beans 1778. 2*)-of

Scope and Content Note

Yamashiro-shū Ōezu. "Map of Yamashiro Province." Author, Rakuge Hyakuga. Artist, Shimokabe Shusui of Kyōto. Publisher, Yano Chōbei and five others, all of Kyōto. Anei 7. 73 ¾ x 38 ¾.
Box 3, Folder 10

Tenmei 7 (Beans 1787.5*)

Scope and Content Note

Tajima No Kuni Ōezu. "Large Illustrated Map of Tajima Province." Author Uemura Ugen. Publisher Maekawa Rokuzaemon, Edo, Tenmei 7. 39 ¼ x 31 ½.
Box 3, Folder 11

Kansei 11 (Beans 1799.I*)

Scope and Content Note

Tamba no Kuni Ōezu. "Large Map of Tamba Province." Editor Yano Sadatoshi, revised by Miyawaki Takatsugu. Published by Nakagawa Tōshirō, Kyōto. Kansei 11. 42 ½ x 35 ½.---Beans
Box 4, Folder 12

Bunsei 8 (1825) not listed in Beans but is Kurita

Scope and Content Note

Kai no Kuzi Ezu. "Pictorial Map of Kai Province." Published by Kokuya Momuemon of Kai. Bunsei 8, colored, 28 x 37 ¾. ---not listed, in Beans.
---the same. cf. Kurita, page 58.
Box 4, Folder 12

Bunsei 8 (1825) not listed in Beans but is Kurita [?]

Scope and Content Note

Kai no Kusi Ezu. "Pictorial Map of Kai Province." Published by Kekuya Monuemen of Kai. Bunsei 8, colored. 28 x 37 ¾. ---not listed in Beans
cf. Kurita, page 58.
Box 4, Folder 13

Bunsei lo (Beans 1827.I)

Scope and Content Note

Suruga no Kuni Ezu. "Pictorial Map of Suruga Province." Published by Matsubadō, Sunshu (Suruga), in Bunsei lo. 55 ½ x 25, hand-colored.---Beans.
cf. temples to be visited.
cf. Kurita, page 55.
Box 4, Folder 14

Bunsei 13 (Beans 1730.I.I*)

Scope and Content Note

Ise no Kuni O-Ezu. "Map of Ise Province." Publishers Yamashiroya Sahei and Yoshinoya Nihei, both of Kyōto. Bunsei 13, 56 x 41.
Box 4, Folder 15

Tengō 5 (1834)---Beans not listed

Scope and Content Note

Mino no Kuni Oezu. "Large Illustrated Map of Mino Province." Published by Yoshinoya Nihei and Yamashiroya Sahei of Kyoto in Tenpo 5. BW. 45 ⅛ x 35 ½.---not found in Beans listings.
Box 4, Folder 16

Tenpō 7 (Beans 1836)

Scope and Content Note

Settsu no Kuni Helso Ousu. "Large Map of Famous and Historical Places in Settsu Province." Detailed by Yamada Wasuke of Ōsaka, corrected and drawn by Shitomi Kangyū. Published by Kawachiya Gisuke and Kawachiya Kibei, both of Ōsaka, Tenpō 7. BW., 51 ½ x 45 ½. ---Beans
cf. Kurita: page 53.
Box 4, Folder 17

1855 (Beans [1837.72*] which is misdated) Ansei 2.

Scope and Content Note

Kōznke no kuni zenza. "Complete Map of Kōzuke Province." By Murakami Wagao of Edo, Booksellers (11) are listed but published by Kinkō-dō of Edo in Ansei 2 like other maps of Kantō provinces. Color-printed, 40 x 48.
cf. Box 1, (duplicate; of this)
Box 6, 11 Awa Province
Box 6, 9 Shimoosa Province
cf. Kurita Page 58.
Box 4, Folder 17

Beans [1837.72]*

Scope and Content Note

Kōzuke no Kuni Zenzu "Complete Map of Kōzuke Province"
By Murakami Wagao of Edo. Published by Yamashiro-ya of Edo and others. Eleven booksellers are named; two of them correspond with two of the dealers who sold the work described under no.1837.1. (Kan Hasshū Yochi Rotei Zenzu. "The Eight Provinces Consisting the Kanto.") This fact, combined with the striking similarity in the coloring, has influenced us in placing under circa.1837 this undated map. Colored, 40 x 48 ---Beans
Box 4, Folder 18

Tenpo 11 (1840)---not found in Beans.

Scope and Content Note

Tanzo no Kuri Ōezu. "Large Illustrated Map of Tango Province." Editor Ikeda Tōritei of Kyōto, re-edited by Okada Nanibō of Tango. Booksellers Fujiya Yahei of Ōsaka, Yamashiroya Sahei and Yoshinoya Nihei of Kyōto. BW 35 x 45. ---not found in Beans List.
cf. apparently a revised edition but is not clear where the original is.
cf. Kurita, page 64.
Box 4, Folder 19

Tenpō 13 (Beans 1842.48)

Scope and Content Note

Tenpō Kaisei Bungo no Kuni Ezu. "Map of Bungo Province, Revised in Tenpō." Author Okada Shuntōsai, engraved by Hirai Kahei. Published by Hida Tekitekiken Kōsui, Kyoto, Tenpō 13. 28 ¼ x 36 ½.---Beans.
Box 4, Folder 20

Tenpō 13 (Beans 1842.5*)

Scope and Content Note

Echigo no Kuni Saiken Ōezu. "Large Map of the Details of Echigo Province." Author Ikeda Tōri, publisher Ōmiya Satarō" and Yamashiro-ya.Sahei, call of Kyōto, Tenpō 13. Black and white, 72 x 35 ½.
cf. Kurita, page 62.
Box 4, Folder 21

Kōka 3 (Beans 1816.4)

Scope and Content Note

Harima no kuhi Saiken Ezu (Harima-Shū Ganyū yochi zensa), "Detailed and Illustrated Map of Harima Province (Counties of Harima Province)," Author Miyata Hikosuke, booksellers Honsō Yasuji of Himeji, and Yanagiwara Kibei of Ōsaka. Kōka 3. 31 1/4 x 20 ½ in BW with red.
Box 4, Folder 22

Koka 5 (1848)---not listed in Beans

Scope and Content Note

Shinko Zotei Shimoosa no Kuni Yoehi Zenzu. "Newly Edited map of Shimoosa Province." Edited by Kiyomiya Shuken of Shimoosa and (copper) engraved by Takeguchi Teikan. Color-printed in Koka 5. 51 x 35.---not found in Beans List.
c.f. Kurita, page 58.
Box 4, Folder 23

Kaei (Beans 1848.27*)

Scope and Content Note

Kaei Zoho Kaisei Yamato no Kani saiken Zu. "Detailed Map of Yamato Province, Revised and Enlarged in Kaei." Author Sekigyokuhō Shujin of Ōsaka, corrected by Sasaki Seiri and Hase Ushō. Published by Suharaya Mohei of Edo, and four others, Kaei 1. 38 x 51. ---Beans.
Box 4, Folder 24

Kaei 2 (1849)---not listed in Beans

Scope and Content Note

Kazusa no Kuni Yochi Zenzu. "Map of Kazusa Province." Author Tsurumine Kinkō, artist Tsukada Tametoku. Publishers Tadaya Kazaemon and Kikuya Kōzaburō. In color, 46 ½ x 29 ¼. Kaei 2.---not listed in Beans.
cf. Kurita, page 58.
Box 4, Folder 25

Kaei 2 (1848)---not listed Beans

Scope and Content Note

Shimoosa no Kuni Yochi Zenzu. "Map of Shimoosa Province." Author Tsurumine Shinkō drafted by Tsukada Tametoku, engraved by Kamio Kinroku. Publishers Shōmondo Rihei of Sahara, Shimoosa, Kikuya Shichirōbei of Kyōto, Kawachiya Mohei of Ōsaka, Izumoji Manjirō, SuharayaMohei, Kikuya Kōzaburō" of Edo, Kaei 2. Color-printed, 44 ¼ x 48 ¼.---not found in Beans.
cf. Kurita, page 58.
Box 4, Folder 26

Kaei 2 (1848)---not listed in Beans

Scope and Content Note

Awa no Kuni Zenzu. "Map of Awa Province." Author Tsurumine Hikoichirō, consulted by Mauraya Chūkichi, published by Kikuya Kōzkburō of Edo. A part of the series by Tsurumine Shinkō, which contains Sagami, Awa, Kazusa, Shimoosa Provinces.--- Color-printed, 29 x 21. Printed in Kaei 2.---not listed in Beans Collection.
cf. Box 3, 16: Sagami no Kuni Zenzu.
Box 6, 9:Shimoosa no Kuni Kashi, Zenzu.
Box 4, Folder 27

Bunsei 6 (Beans 1823.88*)

Scope and Content Note

Sagami no Kuni Zenzu. "Complete Map of Sagami Province." Author Tourunime Hikoichiro. Publishers Kikuya Shichirobei and 10 more Kyote, n.d. Color-printed, 29 ½ x 38. Believed to have been published in Bunsei 6; the style of coloring makes this date a reasonable assumption.----Beans.
According to Kurita, this is Kaei 2 (1849).
Box 5, Folder 28

Kaei 7 (1854)---not found in Beans but listed in Kurita.

Scope and Content Note

Bichū no Kuni Ōezu. "Large Illustrated Map of Binhū Province." Author Shitomi Kangyū, drawn by Matsukawa Hanzan, both of Osaka, and published by Ōtaya Rokuzō, Kawachiya Kahei, Kawachiya Gisuke, in Kaei 7, Black and white, 34 ¼ x 52 ½.---not listed in Beans Collection.
cf. Kurita, page 64.
Kurita, page 432 of Shigaka Kenkyū vol.3, no.3.
Box 5, Folder 29

Ansei 3 (Beans 1856.14)

Scope and Content Note

Saiken Shipō Ōmi no Kani Ōezu. "Large Map of Ōmi Province." Copy-right reserved by Ukimidō Mangetsuji of Katada; Shiga. Published by Masuya Kantei, Kyōto, and Suharaya Monei of Edo in Ansei 3. Color-printed, 56 x 35.
Box 5, Folder 30

Manen I (1860)---not listed in Beans.

Scope and Content Note

Awa no Kuni Zenzu. "Map of Awa Province." A crude map of this province in a simplest form. Black and white, 19 ¾ x 13 ¼. Printer Hanaya Takesuke of Yokomine, Awa.---not found in Beans Collection.
Box 5, Folder 1

Kyoho 18 (1733)---not listed in Beans.

Scope and Content Note

Oedo Ezu. "Map of Edo." Publisher Rinkeiya Yahei and engraver Sekino Shinbei, both of Edo. Hand-colored, 34 ¼ x 30 ½. In kyoho 18.---not listed in Beans.
Box 5, Folder 2

Horeki 11 (1761)---not listed by Beans

Scope and Content Note

Honjo Fukagawa Saikenzu. "Plan of Honjo Fukagawa (southeastern Edo)". Each block identifies its owners or residents. Some functional identies such as machiya, hata, akichi, chōya. Author, Minamihara ōshi, printed by Izumo-ji, Izumi Enzo, in Hōreki 11. Colored. 20 1/3 x 30 ¼
Box 5, Folder 3

Bunka 10 (1813)---Beans not listed but this is a revision of Meireki, Manji edition(?)

Scope and Content Note

Edo Zu. "Map of Edo." Revised by Nansen Shoso Manjin. Engraved by Suharaya Ichibei and Zengoro of Edo. 34 x 40 Colored.
cf. Beans 1813.3. No title. Map of Edo, published by Bunkokudo, the firm of Mishbmura Genroku and Bunyodo, the firm of Maruya Bunemon, both of Edo. Bunka 10. 27 ¾ x 23 ½.
Box 5, Folder 4

Bunka 13 (1816)---not listed in Beans

Scope and Content Note

Kaisei Bisai Bunkan O-Edo Ezu. "Revisied Map of Edo." Originally engraved by Tsutaya Shigesaburo, published by Iwadaya Eisaburō of Edo. Bunka 13. Colored, 18 ½ x 13 ½. Not found in Beans' List.
Box 5, Folder 5

Bunsei (Beans 1818.I*)

Scope and Content Note

Bunsei Kaisei Oedo Daizenzu. "Plan of Edo revised in Bunsei Period." Published by Senkakudo Tsuruya Kiueman and Kansendo Iauaiya Ichibei of Edo. Bunsei Period, Revised ever, month. Color-printed, 36 x 30.---Beans.
cf. Box 3, 11. Edo Zu.
Box 5, Folder 5

Kōka 3 (Beans 1846.2*)

Scope and Content Note

Tempo Kaisei. Oedo Oezu (Tahei Oedo Ezu). "Revised in Tenpō Period. Large Map of Edo." Drawn by Takai Ranzan. Original edition Genroku 9 (1696), supplemented Bunsei 5 (1822), revised Tenpo 14 (1843), corrected Kōka 3 (1846). This one is the one revised in Tenpō Period and says it is revised monthly. Publishers, Okadaya Kishichi, Tsuruya Kiuemon, Izumiya Ichibei of Edo. Color-printed 36 ½ x 31 ¼.---Beans
cf. 3, 14 Kunsei Kansei Oedo Daizenzu.
Box 5, Folder 6

Bunsei 13 (1830)---same as [1818.I] in Beans

Scope and Content Note

Bunkan Kaiho Oedo Ezu. "Map of Edo Revised." Publisher Suharaya Mohei of Edo. Printed in Bunsei 13. Colored, 36 x 32.
cf. [1818.I]* Plan of Edo. Designed by Nansensho Somabito (Somando). Published by Sozando Nishimura Sōshichi, Eijudō Nishimura Yohachi, Edo, during the Bunsei Period.
Box 5, Folder 7

Tenpo (1831)---not listed in Beans

Scope and Content Note

Kaisei Oedo Ezu. "Revised Map of Edo." Publishers Izumiya Shōjiro and Ei Taisuke of Edo. 28 x 28 ½ in BW. (Probably other colors to be added).
Box 5, Folder 8

Tenpō 6 (1835)---not found in Beans

Scope and Content Note

Bunkan Kaisei Oedo Ezu. "Revised Map of Edo." A pocket-sized map of Edo in Tenpo 6. Published by Bunko-do, Tatsumiya Matashichi. Scaled as 6-ri to 1-cho. Color-printed, 15 ¼ x 10 ¾.
Box 5, Folder 9

Kaei (1849)---not listed in Beans

Scope and Content Note

Bansei Oedo Ezu. "Map of Edo." Publisher Toeidō Fujiya Kichizō of Edo. Color-printed, 37 ½ x 32. In Kaei 2.---not found in Beans List.
cf. Box 4, 8
Box 5, Folder 10

Kaei 3 (1850)---not listed in Beans

Scope and Content Note

Title Missing. Edo-zu. "Map of Edo." Booksellers Kobayashi Shinbei, Yanashiro-ya Sahei, Yamashiro-ya Heisuke of Edo. Corrected by Takashiba Ei. Color-printed 39 x 28 ¾.---not listed in Beans Colletion.
cf. Box 6, 13
Box 5, Folder 11

Kaei (1848-54)---not found in Beans

Scope and Content Note

Kaei Kaisei Fugo O-edo Ezu. "Map of Edo Revised in Kaei Period." Booksellers Suharaya Mohei and 6 others, corrected by Takashiba Color-printed, 41 ½ x 39 ½.---not listed in Beans Collection.
Box 5, Folder 12

Kanpō 1 (1741.2 * by Beans)

Scope and Content Note

Kyō Ōezu (Kita Sanjō yori Minami Fushimi made). "Map of Kyōto (from North Sanjō to South Fushimi)
No title. Plan of Kyōto. Published by Hayashi Yoshinaga, Kyōto, Kanpō I. Revised from Jōkyō 3, no. 1686.2. We have only the southern half, measuring 48 x 34 ½.---Beans
Northern half - discovered 11/Oct/72
cf. Kurita, page 79
Namba, page 121
Box 6, Folder 13

Anei 7 (Beans 1778.5*)

Scope and Content Note

Kaisei Ryomen. Kyozu Meisho Kagami. "Map of Kyōto, Revised". Published by Kikuya Chōbei, Kyōto, Anei 7. 16 ½x 22. The date and some of the other information is in the crowded text on reverse, relating to points of interest.---Beans
Box 6, Folder 14

Tenmei 3 (Beans 1783.4)

Scope and Content Note

Tenmei Kaisei Saiken Kyo Ezu. "Map of Kyōto revised in Tenmei." Published by Shōhonya Kichibei, Tenmei 3.---Beans
*18 ¼ x 24 ½, colored. Ours is without title.
Box 6, Folder 15

Tenpō 2 (Beans l831.I*)

Scope and Content Note

Kaisei Kyō Machi Esu Hosomi Taisei. "Detailed Map of the City of Kyōto, Revised." Artist, Nakamura Yūrakusai. Edited and corrected by Ikeda Tōritei of Kyōto. Publisher Bunsōdō Takehara Kōbei, Kyōto, Tenpō 2. Black and white,55 ½ x 70. --Beans' is in. color.
cf. Kurita, page 79.
Box 6, Folder 15

Tenpō 2 ( 1831.I* by Beans)---ours is smaller is size.

Scope and Content Note

Tenpō Kaisei Shinzo Hosomi Kyo Ezu Daizen. "Detailed Map of the City of Kyoto Revised in Tenpō Period." Artist, Nakamura Yurakusai. Corrected by Ikeda Toritei of Kyōto Publisher, Bunsodō Takehara Kōbei, Kyōto, Tenpō 2." Color-printed, 41 ½ x 27---Beans.
cf. Kurita, page 79
Namba, I page 90
Box 6, Folder 16

Ganji I (Beans 1864.5)

Scope and Content Note

Kaiseri Zōho kyō-zu Taisei. "Complete Map of Kyōto, Revised and Enlarged." Published by Heianshu, kyōto, Gangi 1. Color-printed, 27 ¼ x 34 ½.---Beans.
Box 6, Folder 17

Tenpō 7 (1830.I by Beans)

Scope and Content Note

Kaisei Sesshū Osaka no zu. "Revised Map of Ōsaka in Settsu Province." Publisher Harimaya Kyubei. Ōsaka. Tenpō 7. Color-printed., 17 x 12 ½.
cf. Sako.
Box 6, Folder 18

Tenpō 13 (1842) not identified in Beans

Scope and Content Note

Title missing. Ōsaka ne Zanzu "Map of Ōsaka." Bookseller Ishikawaya Wasuke of Ōsaka, Color-printed, 15 x 20.Tenpō 13.
Box 6, Folder 19

Kōka 4 (Beans 1847.I*) ---cr. Box 6,4

Scope and Content Note

Kōka Kaisei Ōsaka Saiken Zu (Ōsaka Shishō Zu Zōshū "Detailed Map of Ōsaka. revised in Kōka Period (Corrected and Enlarged Detailed Map of Ōsaka)." Newly engraved by the Sekitendō engraving firm. Published by Harimaya Kyūbei and three others, all of Ōsaka, Kōka 4. 19 ¾ x 29, color-printed.---Beans.
cf. 6, 4: which is smaller in scale and size.
Box 6, Folder 20

Kōka 4 (Beans 1847.I*)

Scope and Content Note

Kaisei Settsu Ōsaka Zu (Ōsuka Shisho Zu; Zōshū). "Revised Map of Osaka in Settsu Province (Corrected and Enlarged Detailed Map of Ōsaka). "Newly engraved by the Sekitendō engraving firm. Published by narimaya Kyūbei and three others, all of Ōsaka, Kōka 4. 20 ¼ x 15 ½, with an added strip 5 ¼ x 7 ½. Waterways are, tinted in blue. (Printed on heavy paper with another map on reverse),---Beans
Box 6, Folder 21

Bunkyū 3 (Beans 1863.I*: cf. Beans 1847.I*)

Scope and Content Note

Nanju Ōsaka Saiken-Zu. "Plan of Ōsaka.". Publishers Kawachiya Tasuke, Itamiya Zenbei, and Sekitendō, all of Ōsaka, Bunkyū 3. Color-printed, 18 ½ x 34. Smaller size of Box 9, 8, but revised map of Ōsaka published in Kōka. period (1847) by the same engraving firm, Sekitendō.
cf. Beans-1847.I*, Box 6, 5.
Beans 1846.4, Box 6, 4.
Box 6, Folder 22

Bunkyu 3 (Beans 1863.I*)

Scope and Content Note

Kokuhō Ōsaka Zenzu. "Revised Map of Osaka." Publishers Sekiten-dō and two others, all of Ōsaka. Ōsaka, Bunkyū 3. Color-printed 26 x 39, plus an added piece 9 ¼ x 6 ¾.---Beans.
cf. Box 9, 7: Box 8,: Box 6, 4.
Box 6, Folder 23

Kaiō 1 (Beans 1865.78)

Scope and Content Note

Keiō Kaisei Ōsaka Saiken Zensu. "Map of Ōsaka revised in Keiō Period." Forwarded and revised by Suieidō Matsukawa Hunzan, and published by Sekitendō and two others, Ōsaka, in keiō 1. Color-printed, 19 x 28.---Beans.
Box 6, Folder 24

Kansei 8 (Beans 1796.2)

Scope and Content Note

Hishu Nagasaki Zu. "Map of Nagasaki in Hishū." Plan. Published by Toshimaya, Nagasaki, Kansei 8. Color-print. 18 x 14.---Beans.
cf. article by Rudolph, Imago Mundi reprint.
cf. Kurita, page 103
Box 6, Folder 25

Bunsei 4 (Beans 1821.2*)

Scope and Content Note

Hizen Nagasaki Zu. "Map of Nagasaki in hidden province." Published by Bunkindō in Nagasaki, Kyōwa 2, revised in the year of Kanoto-mi (1821). Color-printed, 35 x 26. Compare no.1802.8, the earlier edition.---Beans
cf. 1802.8* Title, if any, missing. Plan of Nagasaki. Published by Bunkindō in Nagasaki, Kyōwn 2. It differs from 1802.5 in minor details. For instance, the point of land near the upper left corner has buildings in no.1802.5, where this map has an inscription. This map presented to the Tall Tree Library by Mr. Glen Dawson.---Beans.
Box 6, Folder 26

Ansei 6 (Beans 1859.I*)

Scope and Content Note

Cokaikō Yohohma Ōozu. (Gokaikō Yokohama no Zersu). "Panorama of the Open Port of Yokohama." Drawn by Gyokuransai Hashimoto. Engraved by Sugita Kinsuke and Asakura Tetsugorō. Publisher, Hōzendō Maruya, Edo, Ansei 6. Colored, 72 ¾ x 24 ½. This large panorama shows steamers of various foreign nations in Yokohama Harbor after opening of the port to foreign trade, as viewed by the artist from koyasu Village."---Beans.
cf. Kurita, p.94.
Box 6, Folder 27

Ganji I (1864); revised in Keiō 4 (1868): Beans 1854.4

Scope and Content Note

Yokohama jais ai Zensu. "Detailed Map of Yokohama." Drawn by Ichikawa Yoshikazu. Published by Morooka Ihei, Yokohama, Ganji I and re-published in Keiō 4. 27 x 56.½, color-printed.
cf. Nihon no Kochizu, page 137.
cf. Kurita, page 95.
Box 6, Folder 28

Kaei, Ansei, Man-en, Punkyū, Ganji, keiō (1848-1868) Beans 1869

Scope and Content Note

Oedo Kiriasu. "Sectional Map of Edo." A collection of street plans of districts of Edo on 30 (31 by Kurita) sheets, published by Kirindō, a firm operated by Owariya Seishichi, Edo., v.d.,1852-1869. Sizes vary from 35 ½ x 19 ½ to 21 x 19 ½, but the sheets are uniformly folded to 3 ½ x 6 ½, with, a standardized cover label. Our set reached us "unopened", with each map individually wrapped by the publisher. It is on some of these wrappers, which would be discarded by the customer, that we find the general title. Each wrapper repeats the title of the individual map within. The maps are color-printed. The collection is housed in a case of the period (4 ½ x 8 ¾ x 7 ¼), made of paulownia wood, with a removable door. This gathering of large-scale plans, rich in information, brings to a culmination the long array of plans of Edo published during the Tokugawa Era. In our set the dates run from 1852 to the second year of Meiji so it seems best to catalogue the group at the very end of our list, at the same time noting the dates that are retained on the individual sheets:---Beans
cf. Kurita, page 74.
Box 6, Volume 28

Maps: 1-6
By Tomatsu Hasanoru

Scope and Content Note

1. Asakasu Newly engraved Kaei 6. 1853
2.Ōnbo. Newly engraved Kaei 7. 1854
3. Sugamo. Newly engraved Kaei 7. 1854
4. [?]. Newly engraved Kaei 7, revised Ansei 4.
5. Koishikawa. Published in Kaei 7, revised Ansei 4.
6. Otswa. Newly engraved Ansei 4.
Box 7, Volume 28

Maps: 7-14

Scope and Content Note

7. Kobinata. Newly engraved Kaei 5, revised kan-eu I.
8. Arahu. Newly engraved Kaei 4, revised Bunkyū I.
9. Shitiya. Newly engraved Kaei 4, revised Bunkyū 2
10. [?] Revised Ansei 2, corrected Bunkyū 3.
11. Yatsuve Newly engraved Kaei 3, revised Bunkyū 3, corrected Ganji I.
12.Komagome. Newly engraved Kaei 7.
13. Ichigaya [?]. Newly engraved Kaei 6, revised Ansei 4.
14. Aoy [?] and Shibuya. Newly engraved Kaei 8, corrected Ansei 4.
Box 7, Volume 28

Maps: 15-28
By Kageyama Chikyō

Scope and Content Note

15. Yanaka in the District of Negishi. Newly engraved Ansei 3.
16.Shiba Takanawa. Revised Ansei 4. 1657
17. Atago Shita in the District of Shiba Revised Ansei 2.
18. Soto [?] (street). Newly engraved Kaei 3, corrected Ganji I.
19. Akasaka. Second edition Ganji 2. 1865
20. Nihon-bashi Mi[?]ami (South of Nihon-bashai). Revised in Kaei.2. 1847
21. Su[?] (street) second edition keiō I.
22. Damyō koji. Newly engraved Kaei 2. revised and reprinted Heiji 2. 1864
23. K[?] Hamachō. "Hama street in Kanda District Newly engraved Kaei 3, reprinted in Kaei corrected monthly. 1851 By Inoyama Yoshitomo
24. Ohma-mae in the District of Aswasa Revised Bunkyū I.1861
25. Kaichū Hagata-chō Ezu. Koka 5.
26. Kobinata. Koishikawa Ushigoma Chizu. Kaei 2. by Takashiba Sanyu (author).
27. Shiba Atsoshita Mishikibo Zu. Kaei 2 reprinted. By Tokasidba. 1849
28. Koishikawa Zu. Kaei 5, by Murakami Malgao. 1852.
Box 7, Folder 1

Kanei, 10, Shōō 3 (Beans; unlisted) 1638, 1654

Scope and Content Note

Yamatoji Binran "Travel Map of Yamato Routes"
Author not identified. Accordian-folded travel guide. Approaches from Kyōto, Ōsakau and from south are described in details with places of interest. In black and white, 129 x 7. Not listed in Beans.
Box 7, Folder 2

Kanen 4 (1751)---not listed by Beans

Scope and Content Note

Zōho Nihon Gyōtei Saikenki. (Zōho Kairiku Gyōtei Saikenki). "Road Map of Japan". Distance is indicated between stops, both in Land and in Water. From Matsumae to Nagasaki. In accordion-fold, 325 ½ x 6 ¼. Colored. Author, Suigashi (?), printed by Ugai Ichibei.
Box 7, Folder 3

Kansei-6 (1794)---of Beans 1759.2* 1759.I*

Scope and Content Note

Saikoku junrei Dochu Ezu. "Pilgrimage Map of Saikoku (Kinki region)."
1759.I* No title. Road to sacred places; a revised version of no. 1929.I. Publisher, Ōsakaya Chōzaburo, Kishū Hōreki 9. Some of the routes are outlined with hand-coloring 26 x 22 ¾.---Beans.
(1759.2* Saikoku Sanjūsankasho Jungyaku Ezu Dōchū-ki. "Pilgrimage Map to 33 Places in what was later called the Kinki Region." Published by Ōsakaya Chōzaburō, Kishū, Kogawa Minami Machi. Not dated but by the same publisher as no. 1759.I and quite similar in style. 22 x 24 ¾, ---Beans)
cf. Kurita, p.111
Box 7, Folder 4

Bunka 5 (1808) not listed in Beans.

Scope and Content Note

Dochu Hitori Annai Zu. "Road Map for a Travellor." It includes major highways such, as Tōkaidō, Kisokaidō, Nakasendō, Mikkōdō, Zenkōjidō, and Seigokukaidō with Ri and fare between stations. Original edition printed in Kansei 4 (1791). Published by Suharaya Heisuke of Edo, Eirakuya Tōshirō of Nagoya, and Kikuya Kibei of Kyōto. 31 ½ x 11 ¾, colored. Not listed in Beans Collection.
Box 7, Folder 5

Bunka 7 (Beans [1810.8*]) not dated

Scope and Content Note

Shinkoku Kaisei Tōkaidō Saiken Ōezu. "Panoramic Map of the Tōkaidō Highway." Author Shōtei Kinsui, drawn by Kuwagata, better known as Keisai. Published by Sanoya Ichigorō, Izumiya Hanbei, and Izumoji Manjirō, all of Edo, n.d. Color-printed, 52 x 24. An early example of large color-print combing decorative and cartographic qualities. ---Beans.
c.f. Kurita, page 110.
c.f. Namba, page 62.
Box 7, Folder 6

Bunka 9 (1812)---not listed in Beans.

Scope and Content Note

Nara-han Junrei Dochu Dai-Ezu. (original title missing) "Pilgrimage Map of Kii District printed in Nara." Map of the points (usually temples) to be visited in the Kii district Black and white, 26 ½ x 24, in Bunka 9. Publisher Nagawa Shohachi of Nara.---not found in the Beans listings.
Box 7, Folder 7

Tenpō 6, 1835---not found in Beans Collection

Scope and Content Note

Dai Mihon Hayabiki Saiken Ezu. "Road Map of Japan." It lists well-travelled highways with Ri between stations. The western half is missing, however. Published by Tawara-zu Ya Hirohachi (sp?) of Nara In Tenpō 6. 23 ¼ x 14 ¾.
Box 7, Folder 8

Tenpo ll (1840) not identified in Beans.

Scope and Content Note

Dainihon Zu. Edo Zu. Ōsaka: Zu. "Map of Japan. Map of Edo. Map of Ōsaka." Map of Japan with major highways, Edo is a plan and so is Ōsaka. The cover has been lost, hence no date, no author is given. The title is also ambiguous. BW, 38 ¼ x 9 ¾.---not found in Beans List.
Box 7, Folder 9

Tenpō 11 (?) [1840.5]*

Scope and Content Note

Daimhon Saiken. Dochu Zukan. "Road Map of Japan." Artist Tomoshima Shōkyoku of Ōsaka. No place or date given but a popular pilgrims' map that appears in numerous editions at this period. Compare no.l843.2*. Color-printed, 57 x 13 ½, plus added tables of information for travelers. ---Beans
cf. 1843.2* Dai Nihon Hayami Dōchū Zuki.
Box 8, Folder 10

Kōka period 1844-1848)---date, publisher not given (missing?)---not list in Beans.

Scope and Content Note

Kōka Period Dainihon Dochu Hitori Annai Daizen. "Self-guide Map of Japan Revised in Kōka Period." A diagrammatic road map; one of numerous examples in travel-maps where the map (shape of the islands) has been "bent" to conform to the paper. This orientation straightens the outline. Author Ikeda Tōritei. Date and publisher's name missing. Printed Koka period (?). 55 x 15 in BW, brown.
cf. 1839.3* and [1848.30]
Box 8, Folder 11

Kaei (1848)---not Listed in Beans.

Scope and Content Note

Title missing. Nihon Dōchu Annai-zu (?). "Self-Guide Map for a Traveller." Bookseller Murata Hikobei, engraver Rinsendō-ya Mahiko. Color-printed, Kaei l. 51 x 14 ¾.---not found in Beans List.
cf. Beans 1842.35
Box 8, Folder 12

Kansei 4 (1857) previously printed in Kyōhō 7 (1722), Hoiwa 6 (1769), Bunka 1 (1804), and Tenpō(1837)---none listed in Beans.

Scope and Content Note

[?] Juko Dainihon Dōchū Guōtei aiken-zū. "Detailed Road Map of Japan, revised and newly engraved." Author Sui Gashi, re-edited by Nishikawa Jitokusai Yūshun, and Bookseller Suharaya Mohei and 47 others. Revised lastly in Ansei 4. Color-printed, 7 x 370 ½. ---not listed in Beans Collection.
Box 8, Folder 1

Kansei 3 (1791) of Beans 1840.4* 1863.5* 1791.1

Scope and Content Note

Kyō no Mizu, Dai Dairi Onzu. "Plan of Imperial Palace, Kyōto." n.d. 21 ½ x 27. This is an enlargement of a portion of No. 1840.3 and both the workmanship and cover design leave no doubt these these plans belong together.---Beans.
1791.I Karaku ōko Zu. "Map of Ancient Kyoto." Kansei 3.
Publishers, Ogawa Tazaemon, Noda Tōhach, Yoshinoya Tamehachi.
cf. Kurita, 122
Box 8, Folder 2

No date.---2 copies, one with Bunka 7 (1810), the other no date.

Scope and Content Note

Kōyasan Ezu. "Map of Kōya Temple and Mountain." Printed by Nintoku-ji. The direction of lettering and sketches of temples and buildings is unform with east on the top. In color, 15 ¾ x 26 ½. Not dated.---Not found in the Beans Collection.
Box 8, Folder 3

Kaei 3 (Beans [1850.9]*)

Scope and Content Note

Nikkō Gyosan no Ezu. "Map of Nikkō Temple and Mountain." N.p., n.d., 34 ¾ x 22. Printer (publisher) Ueyama Yahei of Nikkō. Our approximate date is conjectural.---Beans
Box 8, Folder 1

Kyōwa 2 (Beans 1802.9)

Scope and Content Note

Sekka Shū Suison Mura-Mura Kaisei Ezu. "Map of Flood Damaged Villages in Settsu and Kawachi Provinces." Yoshida Sakujirō, author, and published by Kamekidō, Ōsaka. Kyōwa 2. 32 x 22.
Box 8, Folder 2

Kaei 6 ([1853.9])

Scope and Content Note

Nagasaki Kaigan no Zu. "Map of Nagasaki Waterfront." N.p., n.d., Color-printed, 27 x 18.
cf. Dr. R. C. Rudolph's article in Image Mundi, XIII, 179-181.
Box 8, Folder 3

Kaei 6 ([1853.8*] by Beans)

Scope and Content Note

Kaigiku Okatame Taihei Kagami. "Outline of Defense of Edo Bay with Roster of Feudal Lords." H.p., n.d. 33 ¼ x 17 ¼. Campare no. [1853.7]. These war-like preparations represent the early reaction to the arrival of Commodore Perry at Uraga in 1853 with four ships.---Beans
cf. Ours is 23 ½ x 15 ¾, BW.
Box 8

Beans [1853.7]

Scope and Content Note

Kairiku Okat mo Basho Zuke. "Roster of Feudal Lords for Sea and Coast Defence." Map of Edo Bey showing line of defence against the American fleet, also pictures associated with the event. Contemporary newsprint, color-printed, based on painting by unknown artist, 37 x 13 ¾, n.p., n.d.---Beans
Box 8, Folder 1

Kansei 12 (1800)---not listed in Beans.

Scope and Content Note

Naniwa Jōko-Zu. "Ancient Maps of Naniwa (Lsaka)." Author Nakamura Naoyumi in Kansei 12. 4 maps depicting Osaka areas but not believable. Accordian-folded. In black and white, 54 ½ x 10 ¾---not listed in Beans.
cf. Kurita, page 124.
Box 8, Folder 2

Bunka 12 (Beans 1815*) and Bunsei 6 (1823) which is a re-print.

Scope and Content Note

Honcho Lko Enkaku Zusetsu. "By Hiyama Yoshichika. "Atlas of Ancient Events of Japan," with description, historical map of Japan, showing who was ruling over certain regions. Published by Kitajima Chōshirō, Edo, (Banshōken), Bunka 12. First edition of this historical atlas. A single woodcut of Japan, 16 ½ x 11, is repeated, with varying coloring and nomenclature, to illustrate different periods in Japanese history: Japan in 1184, 1337, 1392, during the war of 1467, 1509, 1556, 1568, 1577, 1582, 1586, and in 1615.---Beans.
C.f. Kurita, page 121.
Box 8, Folder 3

Bunsei 6 (Beans 1823)

Scope and Content Note

Honchō Kokugun Kenchi Enkoku Zusetsu. "Illustrated Map of the Founding of the Provinces of Japan." By Hiyama Yoshichika, author. Published by Suharaya, Edo, Bunsei 6. Accord folded. Seven maps, double-page, color-printed. The double-pages sheets measure 17 x 12 ½ but the three maps that include Korea are irregular, having extensions pasted on to accommodate the outlying parts: - Beans
*Ours is the first volume of two.
"The Atlas of Ancient Events of Japan" with description, historical map of Japan Showing. who was ruling over certain regions. Published by Kitajima Chōshin, Edo. Bunka 12. First edition of this historial atlas. A single woodcut of Japan, 16 ½ x 11, is repeated, with varying coloring and nomenclature, to illustrate different periods in Japanese history.---
Box 9, Folder 4

Tenpō 6 (1835)---revision of Beans 1789.29 (Kansei I)

Scope and Content Note

Tōdo Rekidai Shūgun Enkaku Chizu. "History of Provinces and Districts of China." Nagakubo Sekis ui, n.p., Kansei I. One volume, thirteen maps, numbered 1-13, color-printed, double-page, accordian-folded. Each approximately 15 x 13:
Route Map of China, Shin dynasty (began 1662)
China in Wu (pre-historic) times
China in Shū times
China in Shunjū Period
China in Sengoku Period
China in Shin Period (221 B.C.-206 B.C.)
China in Seikan Period
China in Tōkan Period
China in Sangoku Period
China in Nanboku Chō Period
China in To (Tung) Dynasty
China in Ming Dynasty
China, Siberia, the Pacific area and a small portion of North America.
cf. Revised in Tenpo 6 (1835); Kurita, page 121.
Box 9, Folder 5

Ansei 5 (Beans 1858.3)

Scope and Content Note

Daishin Rekidai Jinbutsu Kyūchi Zenzu. "Map of China under the Ts'ing Dynasty with notes of the deeds of celebrated men and the historical places through the successive dynasties." Compiled by Suzuki Motoe, edited by Utsu Sansho, and published by Izumiya Zenbei of Edo in Ansei 5. Color-printed, 30 ¾ x 26 ½. ---Beans
Box 9, Folder 1

Keichō 19 (1614)---Ms.

Scope and Content Note

Ōsaka-jo Keicho 19-nen Fuyu-no-jin Zu. "Map of the Battle of Osaka in Keicho 19 (1614). Plan of Osaka-Castle in the famous battle with who positioned where. In color, 61 x 44.---not listed in Beans.
Box 9, Folder 2

Shōhō 2 (1645)---Ms. not listed in Beans.

Scope and Content Note

Shimabara no chizu. "Map of Shimabara." It lists villages (in egg shaped frame) with their Koku. In color, 82 x 86. Ms. (Bird's eye view of mountains.) In Shōhō 2. ---not listed in Beans.
Box 9, Folder 3

Hoei 3 (1706)---Ms.

Scope and Content Note

Title not sure. E-shu Kurita-gun Ono-mura Oezu. "Large Illustrated Map of One Villa in Kurita County of Omi Province." Pictorial map of this tiny village in details. in color, 50 x 57.---not listed in Beans.
Box 9, Folder 4

Kansei 8 (1796)---revision of Genbun 2

Scope and Content Note

Sesshū Arima Onsen Chizū "Map of Arima Hotspring in Settsu Province."
No author listed. Names of the inns with Yujos (girls for bathing and massages) as agenda Colored by hand, 26 x 19.
Box 9, Folder 5

Kansei 12 (1800)---Ms. not listed in Beans.

Scope and Content Note

Nagasaki-kō Shoka Gojinsho Zu. "Port of Nagasaki: the Positions of Daimyo for Defence in case of Foreign Attack." A bird's-eye viewed Nagasaki harbour beautifully colored. 41 x 115. Not listed in Beans. Author not identified.
Box 9, Folder 6

Kansei 12 (1800)---Ms.

Scope and Content Note

Title not sure. Inaba. Koku-ryo no Kozu. "Ancient Map of Inaba Territory." A province map of Inaba in color. Very detailed pictorial description. 50 ½ x 59. ---not listed in Beans.
Box 10, Folder 7

Kyōwa 2 (1802)---Ms. not listed in Beans.

Scope and Content Note

Not titled, "Lake Idwa and its southern areas where severe flood damages are recorded." No author identified. Colored, 16 x 20.
Box 10, Folder 8

Bunka 2 (1805)---Ms. but a Copy revised from Beans 1796. I* which is copper-engraved.

Scope and Content Note

Oranda Shinyaku Chikyū Zenzu. "The Map of the Whole World, Newly Translated from Dutch Sources." Examined by Nagakubo Sekisui of Mito, made by Hashimoto Naomasa of Naniwa-bashi, edited by Kimeishi Tōho of Heiansen. Hand-copied 8 maps, 16 x 11, all Ms. in color.
Box 10, Folder 9

Bunka 14 (1817)---Ms.

Scope and Content Note

Kyō Rakuchū Rakugai Ezu. Plan of Kyōto." By Fujino Keitei (drawn) in Bunka 14 and red lettering for streets is added in Bunsei 11 (1828). In color, 51 ¾ x 31. Ms. Not listed in Beans.
Box 10, Folder 10

Kanen 4 (1751)---Ms.

Scope and Content Note

Setagawa Ezu. "Map of the Seta River." Original map of the Seta River is attached to the text in relation to the reconstruction project of the river damaged by the flood. In color, 81 ½ x 16.---Ms. Text is in Bunsei 10. (1827)
Box 10, Folder 10

Bunsei 10 (1827)---Ms. not, listed in Beans

Scope and Content Note

Setqagawa Ryūiki izu (Setagawa Kawasuji Fushin no Koto, Fuzu no Ni). "Map of Seta River Area for Reconstruction." The area was severely damaged by the flood of Kyōwa 2 (1802). 95 x l6. Author not identified. Color. Volume 2 of a series.
Box 10, Folder 11

Bunsei (?) (1818-1830)---Ms. (scroll)

Scope and Content Note

Original title missing. Izu Shichi-tō no Zu, or Izu-to no Zu. "Izu Islands." Is gives distances between ports of the mainland and islands, and routes for sailing. In color, 94 x 11. No definite date, but probably of Busei period. No author.---not listed in Beans.
Box 10, Folder 12

Tenpō 13 (1842)---not listed in Beans List.---Ms.

Scope and Content Note

Rosonkoku Hyōryū-ki. "Account of Shipwreck-Experience to the Country of Luzon." Story of Chōjiro and Ki?, fishermen of Miyagi (near Sendai) who got shipwrecked and reached the island of Luzon. With 2 maps, 7 ¼ x 10 ½ each in color and a picture of a foreign ship (steamboat). Circa 1842.
Map I: Their route to Luzon, Hong Kong, Pusan, back to Nagasaki.
Map II: Islands of Luzon and its adjacent.
Box 10, Folder 13

Tenpō 13 (1842)---not listed in Beans---Ms.

Scope and Content Note

Kaisei Echiago no Kuni Keijō-gun-Saiken Ezu. "Revised Map of Keijō County, Echigo Province." It lists Koku-daka in every village within this county; hence, may be a result of the 1831 governmental order to furnish a map of each feudal lord's fief (?). Color-painted, 62 x 33. Ms. ---not mentioned in Beans.
Box 10, Folder 14

Tenpō 13 (1842)---Ms not listed in Beans

Scope and Content Note

Oshū Shirakawa Yochi Zonzu. "Map of Shirakawa in Mutsu Province." Four counties Shirakawa, Ishikawa, Iwase, Tamura are drawn with their villages. Color-painted, 34 x 26 ¾. No author, date are given. ca 1842.---not found in eans List.
Box 10, Folder 15

Kaei 7 (1854)---not listed in Beans. Ms.

Scope and Content Note

Sō-shu Osonacha Kaigan no Ezu. "Defence of Coast of Sagami Province." Map of the Sagami Bay showing line of defence against foreign fleet. Dates for founding canons and which feudal lords are associated.---Ms. n.p., n.d.
Color-printed, 50 ¾ x 2 8 ½.
cf. Box 8, 6. Kairiku Okatame Taihei Kagami.
Kairiku Okatame Basho Zuke.
Box 10, Folder 1

Kaei (?) (l848-1854)---not listed in Beans.

Scope and Content Note

No title. 3 maps from an atlas or a geographical book. A map of the globe with Eastern hemisphere, and two more with Eastern and Western hemisphere on each. All has some geographic description on sides. In color, 20 ½ x 14 ¾. Not found in Beans.
Box 10, Folder 2

No date

Scope and Content Note

Chikyu Bankoku Shoran-Zu. "Pocket Map of the World." The northern and southern hemispheres of the world with geographic description. Author, Umekawa Kichibei Shigetaka of Heian (Kyoto). Not dated. In black and white, 7 3/16 x 9 9/l6.
Box 10, Folder 3

No date

Scope and Content Note

Bankoku Taigai no Zu. "Map of the World." 2 hemisphere maps of west and east. By old man (about 70'sh called Fūsai.) In colr, 13 ½ x 10 ½. Not dated.
Box 10, Folder 4

No date

Scope and Content Note

Yotai Zenzu. "Map of China and Its Surroundings." The whole eastern hemisphere is (except Australia) is included in this 23 ¾ x 38 map, however, very distortedly. The shape of the continents and islands, the names of those islands, almost everything else, are very vague. In black and white. Not dated, no author. Probably, of Chinese origin, rather old printed map.
Box 10, Folder 5

No date

Scope and Content Note

Nisui Gōryuū-Zu. "Map of Two Rivers Coalescing." The Uji River and the Kizu River of Kyōto-Ōsaka regions are described in detail with ports along the rivers, distances between, ferry-crossing, etc. Author, Araki Hofū of?. Not dated. In color, 30 x 29 ½.---Not listed in Beans.
Box 10, Folder 6

Not dated

Scope and Content Note

Kaisei Echigo no Kuni Zenzu. "Map of Echigo Province, Revised." Another province map of Echigo, in black and white. Not dated, no author. 46 x 20.
Box 10, Folder 7

Not dated

Scope and Content Note

Echigo Yochi-Zu. "Map of Echigo Province." More colorfully printed province map of Echigo. Each pounty has different color-shading. A verbal representative fraction of 1 kyoku shaku 5 bu equals to 1 ri. Not dated, no author. 33 x 20.
c.f. Page 61, Kurita.
Box 10, Folder 8

Not dated

Scope and Content Note

Dainihon Dōcha Saiken-ki, "Detailed Itenerary of Japan." By Yumei Shōkyoku of "Ōsaka, published by Mikawaya Tetsugorō of Edo. Not dated. A fine bird' eyed road map for a travellor. In black and white, 71 x 14.—---Not listed in Beans.
c.f. Namba, Plate 39.
Box 10, Folder 9

No date

Scope and Content Note

Nikkō Gyosan no Ezu, "Map of Nikkō Temple and Mountain." Author Onihira Genichirō of Nikkō. One of the tourist maps of Nikkō showing places of interests. In color, 25 3/16 x 18. Not dated.—Not listed in Beans.
c.f. Beans [1850.9]*
Box 10, Folder 10

No date

Scope and Content Note

Saikoku Junrei Hitori Annai Saiken-roku. "Map of Pilgrimage Roads in Saikoku Region for Pilgrimage." Gives distances between stations, and temples or places to visit. In color. 19 ¾ x 14. Not dated, no author.
Box 10, Folder 11

Not dated

Scope and Content Note

Title missing. "Map of Saikoku for pilgrimage," Another pilgrimage road map in the Kinki region, giving distances between stations, places of interests, etc. in black and white, 26 ½ x 24 ½.—Not dated, no author.
Box 10, Folder 12

No date

Scope and Content Note

Haniwa Hakkei Takara no "Map of Most Famous Calligrapher in Ōsaka." This is not a map: it is a diagram of (or location of) those famous calligraphers who-is-where type, in Ōsaka. Region. In black and white, 26 ¾ X 26 ½. (The edges are in blue and yellow." Not dated, no author.
Box 11, Folder 1

not dated, MS.

Scope and Content Note

Title Missing, Saishiki Shazu Kōro-zu-iri Nihon Honshu Ezu. "Map of Japan with Ports and coastal Navigation." All ports and their between-distance are mentioned. In color, 25 x 20. Ms.
Box 11, Folder 2

Not dated, Ms.

Scope and Content Note

Title missing. Kyūshū no Zu. "Map of Kyūshū." Very rough sketch of Kyūshū in black and white, with the names of the local feudal lords. 32 x 31 ½. Not dated, no author's name listed.—Ms.
Box 11, Folder 3

not dated, Ms.

Scope and Content Note

Ezo no Kuni Zenzu. "Map of Ezo (Hokkaidō)." Crude sketch of Hokkaido with a few geographical elements such as mountains, rivers. In color, 38 ½ x 21. Not dated, no author.—Ms.
cf. (1667-1673)
Box 11, Folder 4

Not dated, Ms.

Scope and Content Note

Title missing. Hokkaido to Sono Shūhen, ''Hokkaido and Its Surroundings." Important ports and some navigation routes are described along the coast of Hokkaidō;very roughly sketched but better shaped than the previous map. Around the edges of the Paper, the distance (in Ri) between ports is listed. In color (mainly black and brown), 41 ¼ x 40. No date, no author.—Ms.
Box 11, Folder 5

Not dated, Ms.

Scope and Content Note

Title missing. Noto no Kuni Zu. "Map of Noto Province." L-shaped province map of Noto which is divided by counties. In color, 58 x 58. No date, no author. Not much detailed.—Ms.
Box 11, Folder 6

No date, no author.

Scope and Content Note

Title missing. Noto no Zu. "Map of Noto Province." Another crude province map of Noto with 4 counties. In color, 46 ¾ x 28. Not dated, no author.—Ms.
Box 11, Folder 7

Not dated, no author. Ms.

Scope and Content Note

Title missing, Suruga no Kuni Zu. "Map of Suruga Province." Delightfully drawn province map with a lot of sketchs of mountains, clouds, temples, and shrines. The village names carry different outline (or shape) so that one can tell to which county a village belongs. 28 ½ x 46 ½. No date, no author.—Ms.
Box 11, Folder 8

No date, Ms.

Scope and Content Note

Sendai-ryō Ezu. "Territory of Sendai." Probably a county-map of Sendai in Mutsu Provinces. With detailed road system, villages and distance between them, names of ports. In colors, 21 ¼ x 17 ½. Not dated, no author,—Ms.
Box 11, Folder 9

No date, Ms.

Scope and Content Note

Tsuruga Kochizu. ("Ancient Map of Tsuruga."—this title is not original. Moreliikēly "Wakasa Province." or "Tunge Province.") Map of 3 provinces with villages and roads. Rough sketchs of mountains. In color, 38 x 42.-Not dated, no author.—Ms.
Box 11, Folder 10

No date, Ms.

Scope and Content Note

Mikawa Kariya-machi Oku-chizu. ("Map of Kariya Town in Mikawa Province." This title is not attached to the map, is added later." Town of Kariya in two shades; one for rice field, the other for hills and mountains. With villages and roads between. In colors 18 x 24 ½. Not dated, no author.—Ms.
Box 11, Folder 11

No date, Ms.

Scope and Content Note

Uji Zu. "Map of Uji." Plan of Uji city which is rather well described with beautifully used colors. Not dated, no author. No legend, 14 ¾ x 33 ½.—Ms.
Box 11, Folder 12

ca 1800(Kansei, Kyōwa, Bunka)—all Ms.

Physical Description: 17 Maps of Castles
 

1. Banshū Himeji no Zu. "Plan of Himeji Castle." No lettering, no coloring (except moats filled in black), no direction. No date, no author

Physical Description: BW 21 x 16 ½

Scope and Content Note

Hyoro Prefecutre. In another name, Shirasagi-jo.
 

2. Saisei no Joza. "Map of Saisei Castle."

Physical Description: BW 22 x 16

Scope and Content Note

Not clear where the castle is.
 

3. Sanuki Takamatsu Jō. "Map of Takamatsu Castle in Sanuki Province."

Physical Description: BW 26 ¾ x 19

Scope and Content Note

In Kagawa Prefecture.
 

4. Echigo Takata Jō. "Takata Castle in Echigo Province."

Physical Description: BW 29 ½ x 22 ½

Scope and Content Note

In Niigata Prefecture.
 

5. Yashū Fujioka Jō. "Fujioka Castle in Kōzuke Province."

Physical Description: Color 15 x 11 ½

Scope and Content Note

In Tochigi Prefecture.
 

ca 1800 Kansei, Kyōwa, Bunka)—all Ms.

 

6. Nasu Ōtawara Jōzu. "Ōtawara Castle in Nasu."

Physical Description: Color, 22 x 16 ¼.

Scope and Content Note

In Tochigi Prefecture.
 

7. Seishū Kuwana Jōzu. "Kuwana Castle in Ise Province."

Physical Description: Color, 21 x 16.

Scope and Content Note

In Mie Pref.
 

8. Enshū Kakegawa Jōzu. "Kakegawa Castle in Tōtomi Province."

Physical Description: Color 22 ⅝ x 15/

Scope and Content Note

In Shizuoka Province.
 

9. Tosa Kōchisan Jozu. "Kōchisan Castle in Tosa Province."

Physical Description: Color, 22 ½ x 19 ¼.

Scope and Content Note

In Kōchi Prefecture.
 

10. Suruga Ejiri Kojō-zu. "Ancient Ejiri Castle in Suruga Province."

Physical Description: 20 ¾ x 16 ¼.

Scope and Content Note

In color. In Shimizu-shi, Shizuoka Prefecture.
Box 11, Folder 12

ca 1800 (Kansei, Kyōwa, Bunka)--all Ms.

 

11. Higo no Kuni Kumamoto-jō no Zu. "Map of Kumamoto Castle in Higo Provinces."

Physical Description: Color, 32 ½ x 27.

Scope and Content Note

In Kumamoto Prefecture.
 

12. Makabe Kojō-zu. "Ancient Castle of Makabe."

Physical Description: Color, 32 x 20 ½.
 

13. Sunshū Numazujō-zu. "Numazu Castle in Suruga Province."

Physical Description: Color 19 ½ x 15 ¾.

Scope and Content Note

In Shizuoka Prefecture.
 

14. Tōtomi no Kuni Kōtenjin-jō no Zu. "Kōtenjin Castle in Tōtomi Province."

Physical Description: Color 33 x 23 ½.

Scope and Content Note

In Suizuoka Prefecture.
 

15. Jōshū Tatebayashi-jō no Zu. "Tatebayashi Castle in Kōzuke Province."

Physical Description: Color, 20 ¾ x 14 ¾.

Scope and Content Note

In Tatebayashi-shi, Gumma Prefecture.
Box 11, Folder 12

ca 1800 (Kansei, Kyōwa, Bunka Periods)—all Ms.

 

16. Edojō no Zu. (Maps of Edo Castle)

 

a. Plan of Edo Castle.

Physical Description: Color, 21 ½ x 23 ¾.
 

b. Enlarged Part of North Nishi no Maru.

Physical Description: 11 x 16. Color.
 

c. Plan of Gohonmaru, Nishi no Maru.

Physical Description: BW 24 ½ x 20 ¼.
 

d. Plan of? with seating arrangement of Counselors (?).

Physical Description: 16 x 11 ⅓. BW.
 

17. Noshū Iwamurajō no Zu. (Iwamura Castle of Mino Province.)

Physical Description: Color, 21 x 16 ¼.

Scope and Content Note

In Cifu Prefecture.
Box 11, Folder 1

Meiji 4 (1871)

Scope and Content Note

Chikyū Bankoku Hō-Zu. "The World Map." On copper plate. In color, 39 x 49, proably after Selmell Map as the world is surrounded by nations Flags (Mercator projection). Authors Mashizume Kanichi, Yuzu Kakisha, and booksellers Saharaya Mohei and Suharaya Ihachi, Meiji 4.
Box 11, Folder 2

Meiji 5 (1872)

Scope and Content Note

Zōtei Yochi Kōkai Zenzu. "World Navigation Map, Newly Edited." World chart on Mercator's projection with numerous ocean routes of early explorers. Author Oka Shū of Sendai, published by Meizankaku (Izumiya Kicibei) of Tōkyō. Meiji 5. In colors, 57 x 51.—not listed in Beans.
cf. Box 13, 4. "Shinkan Yochi Zenzu."
Box 11, Folder 13

No date, Ms.

Scope and Content Note

Shinano Kawanakajima Koezu. "Battle of Kawanakajima in Shinano Province." This famous battle of Eiroku 4 ( ) is reconstructed in this map, with who positioned where. In color, 33 x 37 ½. Not dated, no author.—Ms.
Box 11, Folder 14

Tenmei period (?) 1781-1789 —Ms—

Scope and Content Note

Osakajin Ezu. "Map of Battle of Osaka." Illustration of layout of Osaka Castle at the time of Battle in 1615-1616, with who stationed where. Author not Identified, nor the date. 43 x 35, colored.
Box 12, Folder 3

Meiji 5 (1872)

Scope and Content Note

[?] Bankoku Yochi Bui-[?]. "Detailed Pocket Map of the World." Mercator projection of the world in color. 19 ¼ x 14 ¼. Ishida Sai, author, and 6 booksellers (Marakami, at al). Meiji 5.
Box 12, Folder 4

Meiji 18 (1885)

Scope and Content Note

Bankoko Yaku-Zu. "Map of the World, Translated." In 2 maps; Western Hemisphere and Eastern Hemisphere. of [?] Projection. Mainly political features with a few topographic elements such as hachured mtns. and sanded-desert. In color, 19 ⅜ x 20 ⅝. Editor Tomioka En and publisher Ogata Chōkichi, both of Niigata Prefecture. Printed in Meiji 18.
Box 12, Folder 5

Meiji 18 (1885)

Scope and Content Note

Ansha Chikyū Yaku-Zu. Ansha Chizu-Higashi Hankyū no Bu. "Map of the World. Map of the World with Eastern Hemisphere (2 copies)." Projection of hemispheric map. More political features than topographic. In color, 37 ¾ x 27 ¾ (the whole world map), 19 ¼ x 24 ½ (hemisphere maps). By Ide Iinosuke. Not specifically dated.
Box 12, Folder 6

Meiji 21 (1888)

Scope and Content Note

Bankoku Zenzu. "World Map." Mercator projection of the world in color (by continents). On top, flags of various nations, and at the bottom sketches of several cities of the world. Editor Yosshimura Sentarō, publisher Nakamura Asakichi of Kyōto. In color, 27 15/16 x 19 ½.
Box 12, Folder 7

Meiji 5 (1872)

Scope and Content Note

[?]. "Map of Asia." Hashizume Kanichi (translator), Fukuda-shi Zōban (original by the Fukuda?), bookseller Heishira, in Meiji 5. Color-printed 36 ⅝ x 25 9/16.
Box 12, Folder 8

Meiji I (1858)

Scope and Content Note

Bui Nihon-koku Meisui Chizu. "Detailed Map of Japan." 53 maps (world in Mercator, whole Japan, and provinces) on steel or copper plates. No color. 8 ¼ x 6 ½ each. No author, on Meiji I.
Box 12, Folder 9

Meiji 5 (1872)

Scope and Content Note

Sengu Shighijū-ni Ken Shūken Zenzu. "New 3-fus and 72 Prefectures Based on Provinces." A map of Japan with new prefectural system based on the old provinces. Color-printed 19 ¼ x 14 ½, In Meiji 5. Published by Saikyō Shinban-sha (Saikyō Shinbun-sha (Saikyo Newspaper company.).
Box 12, Folder 10

Meiji 9 (1876)

Scope and Content Note

[?]-Nihon Zenzu. "Map of Japan." Edited by Boshi Takal kyo Tōkyō and published by Mishikawa Kitarō of Nagano and Takagi ---- of Tōkyō. Has old provincial names and each province is differentiated by coloring. Has 3 windows of Hokkaidō islands, Ogasawara islands, and Ryūkyū Islands. 19 5/8 x 28, in Meiji 9.
Box 12, Folder 11

Meiji 10 (1877)

Scope and Content Note

Dai Nihon Zenzu. "Map of Creater Japan." Original in color (?) by districts. Topography in hachures. Inserts of plan of Tōkyō, Ōsaka, Kyoto, Hakodate, Yokohama, Niigata, Kōbe, Nagasaki, and islands of Hokkaidō, Kurile, Ogasawara, Byūkyūs, Superimposed is a location of Superior Courts and their sphere of influence in color, as in Japanese Kaku Saiban—sho Ichi narabi Kukaku. 48 x 45.
Box 12, Folder 12

Meiji 20 (1887)

Scope and Content Note

Meiji Kaisei Dai-Nihon Sei-zu. "Detailed Map of Greater Japan, Revised." Map of place names and administrative divisions in color. Shapes of islands are heavily distorted Decorated with sketches and plan of cities, and factual informations. Editor Kabai Tatsunosuke, publisher Nakamura Asakichi. 28 x 28 ¼.
Box 12, Folder 13

Meiji 29 (1896)

Scope and Content Note

Kaisei Shinkoku Teikoku Dai-Nihon Ritei Sai-Ziu. "Detailed Ri-Map of Imperial-Great Japan." With a complete map of Korea, China with 18 provinces, newly acquired Taiwan, and railroad system. Provinces in different colors. Editor Kataoka Kenzō, publisher Fūgetsu Shozaemon both of Kyōto. 56 ¼ x 19 ¼, in Meiji 29.
Box 12, Folder 14

Meiji 2 (1869)

Scope and Content Note

Hokkaidō Kokugun Meisai-zu. "Detailed Provincial County Map of Hokkaidō." In color, 14 x 20, by Sapporo Headquarters in the Ishikari Province.
Box 12, Folder 15

Meiji 10 (1877)

Scope and Content Note

Dai Nihon Kyūshū Ichiran no Zu. "Glance at the Kyushu Islands of Greater Japan." Color differentiates provinces. Mountains in hachures. Editor Mori Kinseki and publisher Nakagawa Kansuke, both of Ōsaka. 27 ¾ x 19 ¼.
Box 12, Folder 16

Meiji 21 (1888)

Scope and Content Note

Kyūshū Meisai-Zu. "Detailed Map of Kyūshū." Kyūshū with old provinces in different color. Inserts of groups of islands such as Ryūkyū Islands, Oku Tanegashima Islands, etc. and of plan of cities such as Kumamoto City, Fukuoka-Hakata Cities, Nagasaki City, et cetera. Mountains in hachures. Editor Kagawa Kazuhide, printer Gotō Shichirōemon. 24 ½ x 28.
Box 12, Folder 17

Meiji 5 (1872)

Scope and Content Note

Owari Meisai-zu. "Map of Omaei (Aichi-predfecture)." Beautifully illustrated map of Owari area with new ward system. Author Odakiri Harue, booksellers Chitose-en Jukuchō, Elrakuya Tōshirō, and Eiraku-ya Shin hichi, in Meiji 5. Color-printed 38 ½ x 23 ¼.
Box 13, Folder 18

Meiji 9 (1876)

Scope and Content Note

Niigata-Ken-ku Sado no Kuni Zen-zu. "Province of Sado under Niigata Prefecture." Island of Sario to color-print with an insert of sea-route to the mainland Honshū. Author Koizumi Sonoaki, published by Horma Zenbei and Suzuta Heizō. 38 ¼ x 28 ¼, in Meiji 9.
Box 13, Folder 19

Meiji 9 (1876)

Scope and Content Note

[?] Meisai-Zu. "Detailed Map of Mikawa Province." Provincial map of Mikawa (of prevent Aichi Prefecture) by Odakiri Harue, author. Published by Katano Toshirō of Aichi. cf. Box 10, 8 which contains Chis part of Aichi Prefecture as well. In color, 38 ⅜ x 27 ⅜, published in Meiji 9.
Box 13, Folder 20

Meiji 6 (1873) & Meiji 10 (1877)

Scope and Content Note

[?] Ryōkoku-Zu. "Map of Two Provinces: Owari and Mikawa." Author Odakiri Harue of Aichi Prefectured publisher Kurlta Tōhei of Aichi. Color-printed, 35 ⅛ x 38 ⅛. Includes the new ward system laid in Negoyo City.
Box 13, Folder 21

Meiji 10 (1877)

Scope and Content Note

Kaisei Mieken Cunson Meisai-zu. "Revised Map of Mie Prefecture by Counties and Towns." Not much, improvement since the days of provincial maps except the mountains are drawn in hachure rather than. In color, 30 ½ x 19. Author, Kamai Yūjirō and publisher, Itō Zentarō, both of Mie Prefecture.
Box 13, Folder 22

Meiji 11 (1878)

Scope and Content Note

En-sun-zu Yochi Seisai Zukai. "Detailed Map of Shizuoka Prefecture (Tōtomi, Suruga, and Izu Provinces)." Topographic map of this new prefecture. Mountains in hachure. Drafter Hirazawa Tei, Editor Hirayama Jinbei, and publisher Satō Shunpei all of Shizuoka. In color, 49 ¾ x 37.
Box 13, Folder 23

Meiji 16 (1883)

Scope and Content Note

Mie-ken Kannai Saiken-zu. "Detailed Map of Mie Prefecture." 21 maps of Mie-prefecture; whole map of Mie-ken which is 14 ¼ x 9 ¾, and 20 County maps which are 7 ¼ x 9 ¾ and of 1/12 0000. In color, with hachured mountains. Author Satō Ihei, publisher Itō Zentarō, both of Mie, printed in Meiji 16.
Box 13, Folder 24

Meiji 23 (1890)

Scope and Content Note

Miyagi-ken Kannai Meisai Zen-Zu. "Detailed Map of Miyagi Prefecture." Administrative, as well as topographical map of this newly created prefecture. In black and white (mtns. in hachures), 18 x 13. Author Aizawa Eikichi and publisher Suzuki Eikichi, both of Sendai City.
Box 13, Folder 25

Meiji 24 (1891)

Scope and Content Note

Ōmirno Kuni Shin-Chōson Zen-Zu. "Map of New Cities-Villages of Ōmi Province." Mountains in Hachure; more administrative map than topographic. In color, 38 ⅜ x 37 ¾. The province is surrounded by scenically famous places (in sketches). Author Watanable Gyō, publishers Sawa Sōjirō and 3 more, printer Kōndō Manjirō.
Box 13, Folder 26

Meiji 27 (1894)

Scope and Content Note

Ibaragi-Ken Kannai Shichōson-Sei Zen-Zu. "Map of City-Town-Village within Ibaragi Prefecture." With a plan of Mito-City and a geographic chart (population, et cetera). Black and white, ½02 500 in Ri. Editor Kawamata Ginzō, printer Mino Suke of Ibaragi Printing Co. in Meiji 27. 29 3/16 x 22 7/16.
Box 13, Folder 27

Not dated,

Scope and Content Note

Suruga no Kumi Zenzu. "Province of Suruga." A typical province map but issued in Meiji Era. Not dated. no author. In color, 35 x 20.
Box 13, Folder 28

Not dated, but post-Meiji.

Scope and Content Note

Dai-Nihon Zenkoku no Uchi Sun-En-San Zenzu. "Provinces of Suruga, Tōtomi, and Mikawa within Greater Japan." Author Kōshin of Tōkyō and publisher Yoshidaya Monsaburō of Tōkyō. Not dated, but post-Meiji. The poorest of three (Box 17,13; Box 17,15). In color, 28 ½ x 57 7/8.
c.f. Box 17, 13: Box 17, 15.
Box 13, Folder 29

No date

Scope and Content Note

Dai-Nihon Zenkoku no Uchi Dewa Zenzu. "Dewa Province within Greater Japan." A good province map with 13 counties, each with KOKU and number of villages. Publisher Yoshidaya Mo nsaburo of Tokyō. Not dated, but clearly post-Meiji, In color, 28 ⅜ x 27 ⅞.
c.f. Box 17,13 and Box 17, 16.
Box 13, Folder 30

Not dated, but probably post-Meiji.

Scope and Content Note

Dai-nihon Zenkoku no Uchi Echigo Ichien-Shi. "Echigo Province within Greater Japan." Another good example of province map. Publisher Yoshidaya Monsaburō of Tōkyō, not dated. In color, 58 ¼ x 28 ½.
c.f. Box 17, 15; and Box 17, 16.
Box 13, Folder 31

Meiji 15 (1882)

Scope and Content Note

Sendai-ku oyobi Kinbō Sonraku no Zu. "Map of Sendai District and its Surroundings." Topographic map with contours, description of landuse such as paddy-field, tea-field, orchards, in black and white. Published by the Army Corps in Meiji 15. Size 38 x 42 ⅝ 1/1 0000.
Box 13, Folder 32

No date, but post-Meiji

Scope and Content Note

Niigata-Ken-ka Echigo no Kuni Zenzu. "Map of Echigo Province within Niigata Prefecture." Map of Echigo region which is divided into many newly created Ku or ward. Relief has 2 shades; plain and hills or mountains (in hachure-like pattern). In color, 53 x 27. Not dated, no author, but it is likely a goverment-issued map in Meiji Era.
Box 13, Folder 33

Meiji I (1868) —not listed in Beans.—not dated,

Scope and Content Note

Ōshu Sendai-jō Saiken Zenzu. "Map of Sendai-castle in Mutsu Province." By Hashimoto Gyokuransai (supervised ?), and published by Hōshudō of Tōkyō, in Meiji I. In color, 37 x 55.—not found in Beans Collection.
c.f. Namba, page 139.
Box 13, Folder 34

Meiji 5 (1872) —Ms.

Scope and Content Note

Jō no Makabe Ichi-gun Zuga. "A County Map of Makabe in Hitachi Province." A county called Makabe in Hitachi province. With villages and roads, not much detailed. In Meiji 5. In color, 26 x 21.—Ms.
Box 13, Folder 35

Meiji 5 (1872) —Ms.

Scope and Content Note

Noto no Kuni Chizu. "Map of Noto Province," Beautifully hand-drawn and hand-colored map of Noto (northern part of Ishikawa prefecture). Very detailed road-map type. In color,36 ¾ x 28 ¼.—Ms.
Box 13, Folder 36

Meiji 10 (1877) —Ms.

Scope and Content Note

Wakasa Zenzu. Echizen Tsuruga-gun Seizu "Map of Wakasa province and Tsuruga County of Echizen Province, Beautifully hand-drawn and colored map of this newly created prefecture Ishikawa, 2 shades for altitude; white for plains and green for hills and mountains. With lat, and long. 72 x 36 ½.—Ms.
Box 14, Folder 1

Nishimura Yohachi 13 [1842]

Scope and Content Note

Title Romanized: Juei oedu ezu.
Box 14, Folder 2

Title; Kaihō oedu ezu. 9 [1826]

Scope and Content Note

Title romanized: Buken kaihō oedo ezu.
Box 14, Folder 3

[1855]

Scope and Content Note

Title romanized: Izu Shimodakō no zu.
Box 14, Folder 4

Title romanized; Hizen Nagasaki zu. [n.d.]

Box 14, Folder 5

Earliest known map of Edo. 18 [1641]

Scope and Content Note

Title romanized: Bushū Toshima gun Edo shōno zu.
Box 14, Folder 6

At head of title: 3 [1750]

Scope and Content Note

Title romanized: Chūko naigai chizu.
Box 15, Folder 1

Takahashi, Kageyasu, 1785-1829

Scope and Content Note

Cover titles:
Title romanized: Shintei bankoku zenzu.