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English: Detailed map of Dejima (Deshima) island at Nagasaki, where the Dutch East India had its factory. There were no defensive works and only a modest outer wall was allowed. From Henri Chatelain's Atlas historique, Paris (c. 1705-1739).
1) Landing staircase for merchandise; 2) House for Japanese visitors; 3) House of the governor (the factory's chief factor); 4) Liquor warehouse (the steam coming out of the roof may indicate a distillery); 5) Trading center.
|Author||Henry Chatelain, Atlas historique, 1705 to 1739.|
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