Sangoku meisho zue
- Japanese: 三国名勝図会 (sangoku meisho zue)
The Sangoku meisho zue (Illustrated Famous Places of the Three Provinces) is a sixty-volume set of illustrated volumes describing the famous sites, topography, history, local products, and so forth of the three provinces under control of the Shimazu clan: Hyûga, Ôsumi, and Satsuma. It was compiled by Godai Hidetaka, Hashiguchi Kenpei, and Godai Yûko in 1843, at the orders of Shimazu Narioki.
- Takatsu Takashi, “Ming Jianyang Prints and the Spread of the Teachings of Zhu Xi to Japan and the Ryukyu Kingdom in the Seventeenth Century,” in Angela Schottenhammer (ed.), The East Asian Mediterranean: Maritime Crossroads of Culture, Harrassowitz Verlag (2008), 262.