Tokyo. Japan Tourist Bureau. 1936.
Color map, 22 1/2 x 16 inches (57 x 41 cm), folding to 8 1/2 x 4 inches, text on verso, color cover illustration. Light wear to covers, couple of tiny separations along vertical fold, overall clean and bright. This map presents a quite detailed mapping of Osaka, a city that was bombed heavily during World War II. The legend at lower right identifies government and elevated railway stations, tram line and stops, and subway routes, shrines, temples, factories, clubs, etc. Many buildings, schools etc are named on the map. At left is a small inset map of the area around Osaka. Information on verso includes golf links, sightseeing excursions, hotels, theatres, shopping, flowers, etc. An informative pre-war map of Osaka. Item #36628