Ibaraki-ken Hitachi no Kuni Kasama chinza Kurumi ga Shita Inari Jinja no zenzu
- [S.l. : s.n., not after 1912]
- Physical description
- 1 map ; 41 x 56 cm
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Images from a collection of materials related to travel in Japan between 17th century and the early 20th century. It includes a wide assortment of items that were collected by travelers or created by artists to encourage travel to famous destinations. The collection is especially notable for its souvenir prints, such as keidaizu and onsenzu, various types of practical maps, such as route maps and transit maps for pilgrims, as well as religious ephemera, such as butsuhanga, mandara, and sangoku denrai.
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- Title Variation
- Kurumi ga Shita Inari Jinja no zenzu
- Map Data
- Scale not given.
- Copperplate print.
- Bird's-eye view.
- Publication date estimate from dealer description.
- "Masayoshi tō"
- Includes "Honsha kaizo shukuzu" in inset.
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