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Title: 奈良・山辺の道における景観保全の展開とその保全思想
Other Titles: Landscape Conservation Process in the Area of Yamanobe-no-michi and its Current Ideas
Authors: 山口, 敬太  kyouindb  KAKEN_id
繁田, いづみ  KAKEN_name
川崎, 雅史  KAKEN_name
Author's alias: YAMAGUCHI, Keita
SHIGETA, Izumi
KAWASAKI, Masashi
Keywords: 歴史的風土
風致
東海自然歩道
大和青垣国定公園
精神的景観
都市形成
historical landscape
scenic beauty
Tokai Nature Trail
quasi-national park
mental landscapes
Issue Date: 26-Feb-2014
Publisher: 日本造園学会
Journal title: ランドスケープ研究(Landscape Research Japan Online)
Volume: 7
Start page: 1
End page: 8
Abstract: “Yamanobe-no-michi” is known as one of oldest routes in Japan and a popular hiking route, which is rich in nature and cultural assets. This paper aims to clarify a development process of scenic evaluations and landscape conservation in the area of Yamanobe-no-michi, and to examine current ideas of conserving the landscape. The route Yamanobe-no-michi, which was rediscovered and indicated in 1941 for the first time, had come to stay as a hiking route, and lots of scenic representation had been made in the area along the route. The area has been conserved since 1960s, and the route of Yamanobe-no-michi has been ranked as a symbol and a nucleus. When the area was designated as a Historic Landscape Preservation District, a historical landscape council attached great importance to “mental landscape” composed of images formed by ancient literature. The area was designated as a quasi-national park, and a trail was established as a part of Tokai Nature Trail. This paper showed a rediscovery and indication of the ancient route afforded an opportunity to develop its peculiar area image and to conserve landscapes of its surrounding area. The route has become a substantial ancient route in the end.
Rights: © 2014 社団法人日本造園学会
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2433/182206
DOI(Published Version): 10.5632/jilaonline.7.1
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