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佐藤滋(早稲田大学)著/日本の「まちづくり」とコミュニティ参加:歴史・方法・実践

Japanese Machizukuri and Community Engagement : History, Method and Practice

(Planning, Heritage and Sustainability)

Satoh, Shigeru

Taylor & Francis 2020/01
248 p. 29 halftones 23 cm   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9780367193522
KCN: 1037678061
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納期について
DDC: 307.140952
KDC: C50 都市・コミュニティ
E121 都市・地域経済
D225 地方自治
関連書リスト: NA5963
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Japanese “machizukuri” has developed to become an exceptional example of bottom-up creative approaches based on collective action and use of local resources. Combining theoretical explanations with practical case studies, from pre-disaster planning in Tokyo, to the revitalization of historic towns and rural areas around Japan, the book looks at specific solutions, tools, and links between academics, communities, organizations, governmental bodies, and the private sector.

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"Over the past few decades, Japan has faced severe earthquake disasters, an increasing ageing population, declining birth rates and widening social disparities. These issues have served to highlight gaps left by top-down governance approaches and the urgent need to create resilient societies using more traditional models"--
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Table of Contents

Preface. Acknowledgments. Contributors. List of Figures. Part 1. 1. Introduction to machizukuri. 2. Brief History of Machizukuri in Three Regions in East Asia. 3.The first generation: the emergence of machizukuri. 4. The Second Generation: Participation, Collaboration and Co-creation. 5. The Third Generation: Aiming at Open Area Management. Part 2. 6. Machizukuri Methodology and Tools. 7. Machizukuri and Planning. Part 3. 8. Regenerating the urban structure in historic districts: An approach through projects representing traditional culture and crafts, created by entrepreneurs and craftsmen in Takaoka City. 9. Discovering the authenticity of the historical landscape and the original urban context through small collaborative design projects in a local castle-town city, Tsuruoka City. 10. Revitalization of the central urban area by local residents in Nabari City, Mie Prefecture. 11. The Rebirth of Mixed-Use Blocks in the Decayed Historic Centre of Takefu in Echizen City, Fukui Prefecture. 12. Reorganization of the Local Housing Production System for Maintaining and Improving the Historical Landscape.13. The Urban Renewal Method Based on the Community Principle: The Case of the Yuyuan Area of the Shanghai Historical Scene Conservation District. 14. Develpoment of the Furano Machizukuri Company movement connecting rural areas and urban core revitalization in Furano city. 15. Post-disaster reconstruction of central Ishinomaki through the formation of local initiatives. 16. Regeneration of the cultural landscape of the fisheries city of Kesennuma through collaboration in machizukuri by multiple project-implementing bodies. 17. Community Empowerment Recovery after the ChiChi Earthquake: The Case of Taomi Ecovillage, Pu-li. 18. "SOHO City Mitaka": Machizukuri as Creative Urban Governance. 19. Machizukuri as Glocalization: Progress in Highly Dense "shitamachi" Lower-town Areas in Collaboration with Tsukishima Community School, Tokyo. 20. Machizukuri in the Future. Glossary of Technical Terms particular to Japanese. Index.