The Largest Early World Map is Unveiled For the First Time
Ahmed Kabil

Thanks for the article, very interesting.

The map of Japan is actually only the Kyushu (the most southern of Japan’s main four islands). In the upper left there is a reference on Shimonoseki strait, which separate Kyushu from main insland, so probably he copied a Jesuit Kyushu island map thinking it represent the whole Japan.

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