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Title: 神戸市河川沿緑地の形成とその構想の起源 - 古宇田實の水害復興構想とその戦災復興への影響 -
Other Titles: The Birth of Riverside Greenbelts in Kobe City - A Disaster-resistant Concept proposed by Minoru Kouda and its influence on the postwar reconstruction -
Authors: 山口, 敬太  kyouindb  KAKEN_id  orcid (unconfirmed)
西野, 康弘  KAKEN_name
Author's alias: Yamaguchi, Keita
Nishino, Yasuhiro
Keywords: 復興都市計画
Reconstruction City Planning
Great Hanshin Flood
Reconstruction Land Readjustment
Issue Date: Apr-2014
Publisher: 日本都市計画学会
Journal title: 都市計画論文集
Volume: 49
Issue: 1
Start page: 128
End page: 139
Abstract: This paper aims to explore the formation process of riverside parks in Kobe city and its planning thought. The concept of riverside parks was proposed for disaster-resistant after the Great Hanshin Flood that occurred in 1938. Minoru Kouda asserted the concept of building green belts that is 100 meters wide along rivers in the discussion of the reconstruction committee of Kobe city. This idea was not adopted because of a difficulty of acquiring a govermment subsidy, but adopted in the postwar reconstruction policy. Before the great flood occurred, Kouda showed interest not only in disaster prevention and aerial defense but also urban greening. He was appointed chief of a professional sectional meeting of postwar reconstruction of Kobe city. The greenbelt plan has implemented by a land readjustment execution, and realized with a little reduction of the original plan.
Rights: © 2014 公益社団法人 日本都市計画学会
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