Early Japanese Maps of the World

Japanese world map (1850)
The map below displays a fusion oftheartistic culture that had blossomed in theEdoperiod(1603-1868) and the desire tounderstand how the rest of the world functioned and interacted with each other.
Japanese world map
Chikyu bankoku sankai yochi zenzu, Sekisui Cho Harutaka

Japanese map of the world (1853)
Japanese map of the world (1853)

Japanese Pictorial MapĀ  (1932)
Japanese Pictorial Map of World (1932)

Japanese world map showing the industries of different countries (1933)
Japanese world map showing the industries of different countries (1933)

Japanese Pictorial map of China and Japan-Soviet relations (1937)
Japanese Pictorial map of China and Japan-Soviet relations (1937)

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