Category : Misc Historical Maps & Dokdo

19th Century Mapping Errors and Dokdo – Takeshima

Monday, July 6th, 2009

Japanese Territorial Perceptions in the 19th Century Shown Through Maps The Argonaut Island Confusion Explained Over the years Korea researchers have continually presented Japanese documents and maps ( link 1 ) ( link 2 ) that show Ulluengdo (Takeshima Island 竹島) and Dokdo (Matsushima Island 松島) as part of Chosun territory. Two examples of these […]

Korean Maps of Ulleungdo

Monday, July 6th, 2009

Mori Kinseki’s 1877 Map of Japan – Chosun, Shows Dokdo as Korean

Monday, July 6th, 2009

Many Japanese Meji Era Maps Show Dokdo as Korean On this page is yet another Japanese historical map that placed Dokdo Island as part of Chosun. Dokdo Island was also known as Matsushima (松島) by Japan and Hornet or Liancourt Rocks by European nations at this time. A few Japanese maps showed Dokdo Liancourt Rocks […]

1857 Russian Navy Map Shows Dokdo as Korean Territory

Monday, July 6th, 2009

A Study of British, Russian and Japanese Naval Maps and Dokdo – Takeshima Japanese and Russian Naval Maps Label Dokdo as Part of Korea’s East Coast The following page is a detailed analysis of Russian, Japanese and British maps of the Korean East Coast in order to understand these countries relationship with Dokdo Island and […]

Hayashi Shihei’s 1785 Illustrated Survey of Three Countries Map

Monday, July 6th, 2009

The Ancient Limits of Japan and Korea Through Historical Map Analysis Hayashi Shihei’s 1785 map strongly supports Korea’s claim to Dokdo – Takeshima Island. Please Donate! Since 2008 this website has been supporting Korea’s claim to Dokdo Island. We now have literally hundreds of pages of maps and historical records proving Dokdo is indisputably Korean […]

Japanese Professor Unveils 1894 Map Proving Dokdo is Korean

Monday, July 6th, 2009

Feb. 22, 2008 Prof. Hosaka Shows 1894 Japanese Map With Dokdo As Korean Land Numerous Japanese historical maps and records indicate Dokdo – Takeshima was Chosun territory Your Donations are Appreciated. Since 2008 this website has been supporting Korea’s claim to Dokdo Island. We now have literally hundreds of pages of maps and historical records […]