Product images of Kyushu
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We only use premium branded inks, and colours are independently verified to last between 100 and 200 years.
Single sheet. Col. woodcut. Medium: 2 leaves joined at vertical centreline. Cartographic Note: Ungraduated map. Distances shown in Ri. 1 ri = 2.44 miles or 3.93km. Additional Places: Japan. Contents Note: Map shows land ownership, volume of rice production, old and new fortifications, distances. Black rectangles denote Han - name of states. Symbols around the outside indicate rice production within each Han (1 koku = 5 bushels). White lines are distances between ports. Red lines are roads. Made in the 10th year of the Bunka era (1814).
Bunkindo of Nagasaki
- Image reference: F0016
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London