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Web版デジタル伊能図 / DIGITAL INO-MAPS (伊能図WEB版) : Guide

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In the latter half of the Edo period, during the 17 years from 1800 to 1816, Tadataka Ino surveyed the whole of Japan for the first time in Japan, and created a detailed map called the "Ino Map. This website, "Digital Ino Map on the Web," is based on the "Digital Ino Map" (DVD version), and is made available via the Internet to commemorate the 200th anniversary of Tadataka Ino's death.

▶ Two hundred and forty-four large maps and two "Edo Prefecture Maps," the basic maps of the Ino Map, have been completely digitized using GIS (Geographic Information System).

▶ The map shows surveyed roads, coastlines, lodging areas, and all place names (village, county, country, temple and shrine names, castles, natural places, etc.).

The survey diary, which is a national treasure, has been digitized and the transcribed text has been converted to text.

With these features, it is now possible to view Ino maps and five other types of maps, including the standard maps of the Geographical Survey Institute. In addition, it is possible to search for maps and survey diary texts by old and current place names, accommodation locations, and dates.

This is useful not only in historical geography, but also in various fields such as architecture, civil engineering, surveying, environment, disaster prevention, and urban planning. By looking at the diary and the map together, you can get a sense of the journey, the conditions of the past, and the difficulties of surveying.

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Kawade Shobo Shinsha / Tokyo Cartographic


"The Digital Ino Map” consists of the following data.

(1) Digitization (vector data) of the geodesic lines (lines of coastlines and roads surveyed) of the Ino-Daisu map according to the Geographical Survey Institute map.
(2) Digitize (vector data) the lodging areas on the Ino chart with the Geographical Survey Institute map in the background.
(3) All place names (village, county, country, temple, shrine, castle, and natural place names) on the Ino Daizu are digitized with the Geographical Survey Institute map in the background. With romaji.
The survey diary is linked to the lodgings in chronological order. Full text of the original images and transcriptions.
(5) Ino maps (all 214 large maps and 2 maps of Edo Prefecture) (raster data).
(6) "Corrected Ino Map" (raster data), which is the Ino Map corrected to match the Geographical Survey Institute map.

How to use

For detailed instructions, please refer to the "ユーザーズガイド" after logging in.



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