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Geography: Japan is an East Asian island nation and
constitutional monarchy in the Pacific. Okinawa. The Japanese
archipelago stretches 3,000km from the sub-tropics in the south to
the sub-Arctic in the north. The four main islands—Hokkaido,
Honshu, Shikoku and Kyushu— account for much of Japan’s
land area (approximately 375,000 km2).
Geospatial Information Authority of Japan: National Atlas of
'The Geospatial Information Authority of Japan published the first
edition of the National Atlas of Japan in 1977, the revised edition
Geografihistoriske primærkilder og fremstillinger /
Geography Historical primary sources and
Géographie des sources historiques primaires:
The China Sea directory. Vol. I-IV. / : Published by
order of the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty.
- London : Printed for the Hydrographic Office, Admiralty,
[Supplements and notices to marines, 1898-1913] (9 nos. in 1.),
issued in 1898-1913.
The China Sea directory. Vol. I, Containing directions for the
approaches to the China Sea, by Malacca, Singapore, Sunda, Banka,
Gaspar, Carimata, Rhio, Varella, and Durian straits.
The China Sea directory. Vol. II, Containing directions for the
navigation of the China Sea, between Singapore and Hong Kong.
The China Sea directory. Vol. III, Comprising the coasts of China
from Hong Kong to the Korea; North coast of Luzon, Formosa Island
and Strait; the Babuyan,Bashee, and Meiaco Sima groups : Yellow
Sea, Gulfs of Pe-Chili and Liau-Tung : also the rivers Canton,
West, Min, Yung, Yangtse, Yellow, Pei Ho, and Liau Ho; and Pratas
Island / compiled from various sources by Captain Charles J.
The China Sea directory. Vol. IV, Comprising the coasts of Korea,
Russian Tartary, the Japan Islands, Gulfs of Tartary and
Amúr, and the Sea of Okhotsk : also the Meiaco, Liu-Kiu,
Linschoten, Mariana, Bonin, Saghalin, and Kuril Islands / compiled
from various sources by Staff Commander Frederick W. Jarrad.
Deconstructing Japan’s Claim of Sovereignty over the
Diaoyu/Senkaku Islands. / : Ivy Lee and Fang Ming The Asia-Pacific
Journal, Vol 10, Issue 53, No. 1, December 31, 2012.
“The near universal conviction in Japan with which the
islands today are declared an ’integral part of Japan’s
territory‘ is remarkable for its disingenuousness. These are
islands unknown in Japan till the late 19th century (when they were
identified from British naval references), not declared Japanese
till 1895, not named till 1900, and that name not revealed publicly
McCormack, Gavan: Small Islands – Big Problem: Senkaku /
Diaoyu and the Weight of History and Geography in China-Japan
Relations. - http://japanfocus.org/-Gavan-McCormack/3464
A History of physical oceanographic research in the Japan/East
sea. / : Mikhail A . Danchenkov et al. - Oceanography Vol. 19, No.
3, Sept. 2006.
Japanese Mapping of Asia-Pacific Areas, 1873–1945: An
Overview. / : Shigeru Kobayashi, Osaka University. Cross-Currents:
East Asian History and Culture Review. E-Journal No. 2 (March 2012)
Sprengel, Matthias Christian: Geschichte der wichtigsten
geographischen entdeckungen bis zur ankunft der Portugiesen in
Japan 1542 (1792).
Tidspunktet for portugesernes opdagelse af Japan er
The language, mythology, and geographical nomenclature of Japan
viewed in the light of Aino studies. By Basil Hall Chamberlain ...
including "An Ainu grammar," by John Batchelor ... and a catalogue
of books relating to Yezo and the Ainos (1887).