This might be of interest. The University of British Columbia collection includes prints by some of the best known Japaneese printmakers, and has recently been digitized.
Maps of the Tokugawa Era
"UBC Library's Rare Books and Special Collections holds one of the world's largest collections of maps and guidebooks of the Japanese Tokugawa period, ca. 1600-1867. Most of this collection was acquired from George H. Beans, the original collector, and is accompanied by his inventory A List of Japanese Maps of the Tokugawa Era. To that has been added a small collection from George Bonn, as well as a number of maps acquired from various other sources."
Japanese Maps of the Tokugawa Era
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