Reading Japanese maps and marketing practices - bibliography

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Section: Travelling in the Edo Period
Goree, Robert, “Meisho zue and the Mapping of Prosperity in Late Tokugawa Japan”, Cross-Currents: East Asian History and Culture, E-Journal No. 23 (June 2017).
Vaporis, Constantine Nomikos, Breaking barriers: travel and the state in early modern Japan, Harvard: Harvard East Asian Monographs, 1994.
Section: Maps of the Edo Period
Moerman, D. Max, “Buddhist Japan and the Global Ocean”, The Sea and the Sacred in Japan, Aspects of Maritime Religion, Fabio Rambelli (ed.), London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2018.
Meicho Fukyūkai, Nihon meisho zue zenshū (14 volumes), Tokyo: Tōkyō: Meicho Fukyūkai, 1975.
Section: Reading kuzushiji in maps and other sources
Higuchi, Seitoku, Mojimoji no mori (もじもじの森), Tokyo: Meicho shuppan, 2001.
Kodama, Kōta, Kuzushiji kaidoku jiten, Tokyo: Tokyodō shuppan, 2007 [1970].
Kodama, Kōta, Kuzushji yōrei jiten, Tokyo: Tokyodō shuppan, 2007 [1981].
Yoshida, Yutaka, Terakoyashiki komonjo tenarai, Kashiwa shoten, 2005  [1998].