Japoniæ Insulæ the Mapping of Japan: A Historical Introduction and Cartobibliography of European Printed Maps of Japan Before 1800 (Utrecht Studies in the History of Cartography / Utrechtse Hi #14) (Hardcover)

Japoniæ Insulæ the Mapping of Japan: A Historical Introduction and Cartobibliography of European Printed Maps of Japan Before 1800 (Utrecht Studies in the History of Cartography / Utrechtse Hi #14) By Jason C. Hubbard Cover Image
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Japoni insul The Mapping of Japan systematically categorizes and provides an overview of all the European printed maps of Japan published to 1800.

About the Author


Jason Hubbard (1944) has collected maps for several decades, about which he has published in Imago Mundi, and has written a number of articles for both the printed as well as the web version of Map Forum. He is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, member of The Club of Odd Volumes in Boston, MA and of the International Map Collector's Society.The author was raised and educated in Mexico City and graduated from the University of the Americas with a Master's in Business Administration. He spent 25 years with Polaroid Corporation in a variety of marketing and management assignments in Latin America, the Far East, Europe and North America. His travels, both for business and for pleasure have taken him to well over 100 countries. His passion for maps dates from 1971 when he made his first purchase, a map by Blaeu, whilst residing in Panama.
Product Details
ISBN: 9789061945314
ISBN-10: 9061945313
Publisher: Brill
Publication Date: January 1st, 2012
Pages: 444
Language: Japanese
Series: Utrecht Studies in the History of Cartography / Utrechtse Hi