沖縄のうれんプラザの現状と課題: 農連市場からのマチグヮー文化の創造的継承にむけて

Translated title of the contribution: Current Status and Issues of the Nouren Plaza in Okinawa: Toward the Creative Succession of Machiguwa Culture from the Nouren Market

宮地 英敏, 川満 直樹, 山内 昌斗, 鍛冶 博之, 西尾 典子

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Abstract

It is currently in progress that the redevelopment of the area centering on the former Nouren Market (Agricultural Market). The Nouren Plaza firstly reopened as the market building of the project. This paper analyzed the current situation and issues of the Nouren Plaza. The Noren Plaza currently has problems such as confusion of store locations due to redevelopment, retirement of managers and lending these stores to others. As a result, many stores, particularly retail stores and restaurants, have become difficult to manage. If all redevelopment is completed, the surrounding population and parking space are expected to increase. Various measures are necessary to take advantage of this opportunity. An example is the handling of Okinawan (including small islands) products . However, there are limits to local production for local consumption in Okinawa, where the food self-sufficiency rate is low. Therefore, we must consider "local production for local consumption" that spreads concentrically around Okinawa. In order to be accepted not only by tourists but also by local consumers, it is important to make the Nohaku Plaza a base for Okinawan food culture. It would be indispensable to plan and hold many events for that purpose.
Translated title of the contributionCurrent Status and Issues of the Nouren Plaza in Okinawa: Toward the Creative Succession of Machiguwa Culture from the Nouren Market
Original languageJapanese
Pages (from-to)10-23
Number of pages14
Journal地球社会統合科学 : 九州大学大学院地球社会統合科学府紀要 : bulletin of the Graduate School of Integrated Sciences for Global Society, Kyushu University
Volume26
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - Dec 31 2019

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