Tokyo. Engineer Survey Battalion. Corrected to May 1951.
Color street map 35 3/4 x 26 inches on sheet size 37 1/2 x 28 1/2 inches folding as issued to 9 1/4 x 7 inches, text on verso. Light soiling and ink notation to cover panel, abrasion to lower right corner (outside map area), light soiling to upper and lower left edge, otherwise very good condition. A detailed map of Tokyo, Japan published by the Engineer Survey Department of the occupying United States Army, showing Roads, Military Routes, Principal Streets, Military Installation, Dependant House, KU Boundary. Scale 1:25,000. This map covers a wide circle of the city from Kita-ku and Itabashi-ku in the north, Suginami-ku in the west and Ota-ku in the south. Major commercial, military and public buildings are marked and named, dependent housing is numbered. Nary a Japanese character is to be seen on the map, the main streets assigned with Western names. On the verso is a one panel map of Marunouchi District, one panel map of the Approaches to Tokyo, and an extensive listing of Allied Installations and dependent installations and their location on the map. The Treaty of San Francisco which was to end the occupation powers of the Allied Forces in Japan as of April 28, 1952 was signed in September 8, 1951 shortly after this map was published. Item #50940