Category : Japanese Historical Maps w/o Dokdo

An 1895 Map Book of Japan

Monday, July 6th, 2009

A Japanese 19th Century Map Book – The Territorial Limits of Japan as of 1895 The following mapbook was found on Japan’s National Digital Archives Website (JACAR) and presented with the intent of making one point. Throughout the ages Japanese national maps prove Dokdo -Takeshima (sometimes called Liancourt Rocks) was not considered an inherent part […]

An 1890 Map Book of Japan

Monday, July 6th, 2009

A Japanese 19th Century Map Book – The Territorial Limits of Japan as of 1890 The following mapbook was found on Japan’s National Digital Archives Website (JACAR) with the intent of making one point. Throughout the ages Japanese national maps prove Dokdo -Takeshima (sometimes called Liancourt Rocks) was not considered an inherent part of Japan […]

Japanese Ancient Maps Excluded Dokdo – Takeshima Part IV

Monday, July 6th, 2009

Old Japanese Maps of Shimane Prefecture Show Japan’s Historical Territorial Limits “If Dokdo was an inherent part of the nation of Japan as her MOFA insists, why do historical Japanese maps consistently exclude Dokdo Island..?” The following maps were gathered from various sources with the intent of making one point. Throughout the ages Japanese national […]

Japanese Ancient Maps Excluded Dokdo – Takeshima Part III

Monday, July 6th, 2009

Old Japanese Maps of Korea, the East Sea and Japan Show Japan’s Historical Territorial Limits “If Dokdo was an inherent part of the nation of Japan as her MOFA insists, why do historical Japanese maps consistently exclude Dokdo Island..?” The following maps were gathered from various sources with the intent of making one point. Throughout […]

Japanese Ancient Maps Excluded Dokdo – Takeshima Part II

Monday, July 6th, 2009

Old Japanese Maps of Korea, the East Sea and Japan Show Japan’s Historical Territorial Limits “If Dokdo was an inherent part of the nation of Japan as her MOFA insists, why do historical Japanese maps consistently exclude Dokdo Island..?” The following maps were gathered from various sources with the intent of making one point. Throughout […]

Japanese Ancient Maps Excluded Dokdo – Takeshima Part I

Monday, July 6th, 2009

Old Japanese Maps of Korea, the East Sea and Japan Show Japan’s Historical Territorial Limits “If Dokdo was an inherent part of the nation of Japan as her MOFA insists, why do historical Japanese maps consistently exclude Dokdo Island or show it as Korean..?” The following maps were gathered from various sources with the intent […]