The travel journals of Marco Polo on his journeys through the Asian nations are collected in “Asian Bricks,” also referred to as “The Narrative of the World.” Because Japan was presented to Europe in the book as the “Golden Country of Ji Pang,” it received a lot of attention. It is claimed that “Jipang” derives from how the word “Japan” is pronounced in the text. However, it appears that Marco Polo never actually visited Japan; instead, he only included the rumors he had heard in China.
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" Asian Bricks ", also known as "The Narrative of the World", is Marco Polo's travel notes on his travels around Asian countries.
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