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TRANSCRIBER'S NOTES Accents and diacritical marks have generally been standardised. Where there is a single instance of a word with an accent, and one without, no change has been made to the original (e.g. Shigenari/Shigénari, Uesugi/Uésugi). The letter o with a macron is represented as o[u]. The letter u with a macron is represented as u[u]. The letter e with a macron is represented as e[e]. Kanji and hiragana characters in the original book are shown enclosed in square brackets: for example, [sara]. The italicisation of Japanese words has been standardised. Hyphenation and capitalisation has been standardised. Punctuation and obvious printer's errors have been corrected. For a complete list, please see the bottom of this document.

[Illustration: EDO WAN (TOKYO BAY)]

LEGEND.

The outline of the map is that found in Volume I. of the Edo Sunago, published Keio 2nd year (1866). The detail of district maps found in the book is worked in, together with that from the sectional map of Edo published Ansei 4th year (1857), and from the Go Edo Zusetsu Shu[u]ran published Kaei 6th year (1853). The map therefore shows in rough outline the state of the city just before the removal of the capital from Kyo[u]to; the distribution of the castes.

The Pre Tokugawa villages (Eiroku: 1558 1569) indicated on the map found in the "Shu[u]ran" are:

North and South Shinagawa: Meguro Motomura: Gin Mitamura: Mitamura: O[u]nemura: Upper and Lower Shibuya: Harajuku mura: Kokubunji: Azabu: Kawaza Ichi: O[u]zawa mura: Imai mura: Sendagaya: Yamanaka mura: Ichigaya: Ushigome: Kobiko mura: Upper and Lower Hirakawa mura: Ochiya: Sekihon: Ikebukuroya: Tomizaka mura: Ishibukero mura: Tanibaragaike: Neruma mura: Okurikyo[u]: Nakarai mura: Koishikawa: Zoshigayatsu: O[u]ji: Shimura: Takinogawa: Kinsoboku mura: Harajuku mura (II.): Komegome mura: Taninaka mura: Shimbori mura: Mikawajima mura: Ashigahara mura: Haratsuka: Ishihama mura: Senju[u] mura: Suda mura: Sumidagawa: Yanagijima: Jujo[u] mura: Itabashi: Sugamo mura: Arakawa (river): Kandagawa pool ( ike ): Kanda mura: Shibasaki mura: Shin Horima mura: Yushima mura: Shitaya mura: Torigoe mura: Shirosawa mura: Asakusa mura: Harai mura: Some Ushigome: Ishiwara: Kinoshitagawa: Ubagaike (pool): Negishi mura: Kinsoki mura: Kameido mura (near Ueno): Shinobazu ike (pool).

From South to North circling by the West. Shinagawa: Mita mura: Takanawa: Near Imai mura is a Myo[u]jin shrine, close by the mouth of the present Akabane river.

Ikura: Hibiya: Tsukiji: Tsukuda: Tame ike (pool): Tsukuda Myo[u]jin: Ota's castle: Sanke in: Hirakawa mura: Sakurada mura: Honju[u] mura: O[u]tamage ike: Kametaka mura. To the East.

77 villages, total.

Pronounce as in Italian, giving vowels full value: ch as in "church."

[NIROKUDO[U] ISSUES]

TALES OF THE TOKUGAWA II

BAKÉMONO YASHIKI

(THE HAUNTED HOUSE)

RETOLD FROM THE JAPANESE ORIGINALS

BY

JAMES S. DE BENNEVILLE

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