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A Concise dictionary of the principal roads, chief towns and villages of Japan : with populations, post offices etc., together with lists of Ken, Kuni, Kori, and railways / compiled from official documents by W.N. Whitney
Bib ID 53955
Format BookBook
Description Tokyo : London : Z.P. Maruya & Co. ; Trubner & Co., 1889 
2 v. in 1 (v, 248 p. ; ii, 288 p.) ; 19 cm. 
Notes

Appendix has own t.p., with different sub-title.

Some lists includes Japanese characters.

Includes Constitution of Japan.

Subjects Roads - Japan.  |  Japan - Gazetteers.  |  Japan - Description and travel.
Other authors/contributors Whitney, W. N. (Willis Norton)
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A dictionary of the principal roads, chief towns etc. of Japan

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