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KATO Haruka
 
Organization
Graduate School of Human Life and Ecology Division of Human Life and Ecology Lecturer
School of Human Life and Ecology Department of Living Environment Design
Title
Lecturer
Affiliation
Institute of Human Life and Ecology
Profile
CV: https://sites.google.com/view/haruka-kato/home, Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.co.jp/citations?user=G7fa4aAAAAAJ&hl=ja&oi=sra, Scopus ID: https://www.scopus.com/authid/detail.uri?authorId=57216632570, Publones: https://publons.com/researcher/4707522/haruka-kato/, ResearchGate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Haruka-Kato-4
Affiliation campus
Sugimoto Campus

Position

  • Graduate School of Human Life and Ecology Division of Human Life and Ecology 

    Lecturer  2023.10 - Now

  • Graduate School of Human Life and Ecology Division of Human Life and Ecology 

    Assistant Professor  2022.04 - 2023.09

Degree

  • Doctor(Engineering) ( Kyoto University )

Research Areas

  • Social Infrastructure (Civil Engineering, Architecture, Disaster Prevention) / Architectural planning and city planning

  • Humanities & Social Sciences / Design

Research Interests

  • Urban Planning

  • Machizukuri

  • Urban Analysis

  • Urban Sustainability

  • Shrinking Cities

  • Gentrification

  • Walkability

Committee Memberships (off-campus)

  • Adviser   Joes Corporation Co., Ltd.  

    2021.05 - 2023.04 

  • 編集・広報委員会   日本都市計画学会関西支部  

    2019.06 - Now 

  • 市民委員   京都市下京区民まちづくり会議 安心安全のまちづくり部会  

    2016.11 - 2017.03 

Awards

  • Research Award for Young Researcher

    2023.10   Osaka Metropolitan University  

  • Education and Research Award for Young Researcher

    Haruka KATO

    2021.06   Osaka City University  

  • Best Paper Award for Young Researchers

    Haruka KATO

    2020.06   The City Plannnig Institute of Japan  

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    for "Study on Urban Evaluation Indicator based on Walkability in Metropolitan Sprawl Area "

  • Award for the Best Presentation

    Haruka KATO

    2019.10   Annual Meeting of Architectural Institute of Japan  

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    for ”EVALUATION OF WALKABILITY OF FUTURE SPRAWL AREAS BY SCENARIO PLANNING- Toward smart decline for Ibaraki city in Northern Osaka Metropolitan Area -

  • 2018 International Conference of Asia-Pacific Planning Societies Award for the Best Presentation

    2018.08  

  • Annual Meeting of Architectural Institute of Japan Award for the Best Presentation

    2017.10  

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    Country:Japan

  • Annual Meeting of Architectural Institute of Japan in Kansai Award for the Best Presentation

    2016.08  

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    Country:Japan

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Job Career (off-campus)

  • Ritsumeikan University   Research Organization of Open Innovation and Collaboration The Research and Development on Regional Information Institute   Visiting Researcher

    2020.04 - 2024.03

  • Mukohawa Women's University   Mukogawa Institute of Esthetics in Everyday-Life   Research Associate

    2019.04 - 2020.03

Education

  • Kyoto Univeristy   Doctor's Course   Accomplished credits for doctoral program

    2016.04 - 2019.03

  • Kyoto University   Collaborative Graduate Program in Design     Graduated/Completed

    2014.04 - 2019.03

  • Kyoto University   Doctor's Course   Graduated/Completed

    2014.04 - 2016.03

  • Kyoto University     Graduated/Completed

    2010.04 - 2014.03

Papers

  • Human mobility and medical costs of lifestyle-related diseases during the COVID-19 pandemic: A cross-sectional study in Japan Reviewed

    Haruka Kato, Atsushi Takizawa

    Journal of Transport & Health   34   101728 - 101728   2024.01( ISSN:2214-1405

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    DOI: 10.1016/j.jth.2023.101728

  • Housing Affordability Risk and Tourism Gentrification in Kyoto City Reviewed

    Mikio Yoshida, Haruka Kato

    Sustainability   16 ( 1 )   309   2023.12

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    International / domestic magazine:International journal  

    DOI: https://doi.org/10.3390/su16010309

  • Smart decline for shrinking cities based on the system of systems engineering: A case study of the Senboku Hottokenai-network project Reviewed

    Haruka Kato, Kazuhiko Mori, Shigeo Nakano

    AIP Conference Proceedings   2928 ( 200004 )   2023.09( ISSN:0094-243X

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    DOI: 10.1063/5.0170396

  • Urban modeling of shrinking cities through Bayesian network analysis using economic, social, and educational indicators: Case of Japanese cities Reviewed

    Haruka Kato

    PLOS ONE   18 ( 4 )   e0284134 - e0284134   2023.04

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    Shrinking cities due to low birthrates and aging populations represent a significant urban planning issue. The research question of this study is: which economic, social, and educational factors affect population decline in Japanese shrinking cities? By modeling shrinking cities using the case of Japanese cities, this study aims to clarify the indicators that affect the population change rate. The study employed Bayesian network analysis, a machine learning technique, using a dataset of economic, social, and educational indicators. In conclusion, this study demonstrates that social and educational indicators affect the population decline rate. Surprisingly, the impact of educational indicators is more substantial than that of economic indicators such as the financial strength index. Considering the limitations in fiscal expenditures, increasing investment in education might help solve the problem of shrinking cities because of low birthrates and aging populations. The results provide essential insights and can function as a planning support system.

    DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0284134

  • Why Did Urban Exodus Occur during the COVID-19 Pandemic from the Perspective of Residential Preference of Each Type of Household? Case of Japanese Metropolitan Areas Reviewed

    Miyu Komaki , Haruka Kato , Daisuke Matsushita

    Sustainability   15 ( 4 )   3315   2023.02

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    DOI: 10.3390/su15043315

  • Relationship between Health Status and Daily Activities Based on Housing Type among Suburban Residents during COVID-19 Self-Isolation Reviewed

    Yangcheng Gu , Haruka Kato , Daisuke Matsushita

    International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health   20 ( 3 )   2639   2023.02

  • Population Decline and Urban Transformation by Tourism Gentrification in Kyoto City Reviewed

    Riku Tanaka , Haruka Kato , Daisuke Matsushita

    Sustainability   15 ( 3 )   2247   2023.01

  • Process of developing community-based guidelines in response to tourism gentrification caused by simple accommodations: A case study of the Shutoku District in Kyoto City Reviewed

    Haruka Kato

    AIP Conference Proceedings   2574 ( 160003 )   2022.11( ISSN:0094-243X

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    DOI: 10.1063/5.0105230

  • Population Decline through Tourism Gentrification Caused by Accommodation in Kyoto City Reviewed

    Haruka Kato, Atsushi Takizawa

    Sustainability   14 ( 18 )   11736 - 11736   2022.09

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    Tourism gentrification has become a social issue in tourist cities worldwide. This paper’s research question is as follows: has tourism gentrification caused a population decline in tourist cities? This study aims to clarify the statistical relationship between the population decline and the location of accommodation on the neighborhood association scale. It analyzes Kyoto City, which is one of the most famous tourist cities worldwide. The statistical relationship between two types of accommodation—hotels and simple accommodation—is analyzed, using geographic natural experiments. The study concludes that the neighborhood association with simple accommodation decreased the population more significantly than that without simple accommodation in the historical center of Kyoto City. This result indicates that the tourism gentrification had caused a population decline in the historical center of Kyoto City. Moreover, it was found that tourism gentrification has affected the outside center of Kyoto City. The population decline might be due to simple accommodation being converted from houses due to tourism gentrification. This study’s results suggest the need for urban policy to regulate zoning for the locations of simple accommodation.

    DOI: 10.3390/su141811736

  • Time series cross-correlation between home range and number of infected people during the COVID-19 pandemic in a suburban city Reviewed

    Haruka Kato, Atsushi Takizawa

    PLOS ONE   17 ( 9 )   e0267335 - e0267335   2022.09

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    Control of human mobility is one of the most effective measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). However, the imposition of emergency restrictions had significant negative impacts on citizens’ daily lives. As vaccination progresses, we need to consider more effective measures to control the spread of the infection. The research question of this study is as follows: Does the control of home range correlate with a reduction in the number of infected people during the COVID-19 pandemic? This study aims to clarify the correlation between home range and the number of people infected with SARS-CoV-2 during the COVID-19 pandemic in Ibaraki City. Home ranges are analyzed by the Minimum Convex Polygon method using mobile phone GPS location history data. We analyzed the time series cross-correlation between home range lengths and the number of infected people. Results reveal a slight positive correlation between home range and the number of infected people after one week during the COVID-19 pandemic. Regarding home range length, the cross-correlation coefficient is 0.4030 even at a lag level of six weeks, which has the most significant coefficient. Thus, a decrease in the home range is a weak factor correlated with a reduction in the number of infected people. This study makes a significant contribution to the literature by evaluating key public health challenges from the perspective of controliing the spread of the COVID-19 infectuion. Its findings has implications for policy makers, practitioners, and urban scientists seeking to promote urban sustainability.

    DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0267335

  • Human mobility and infection from Covid-19 in the Osaka metropolitan area Reviewed

    Haruka Kato, Atsushi Takizawa

    npj Urban Sustainability   2 ( 1 )   2022.08

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    Controlling human mobility is thought to be an effective measure to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. This study aims to clarify the human mobility types that impacted the number of COVID-19 cases during the medium-term COVID-19 pandemic in the Osaka metropolitan area. The method used in this study was analysis of the statistical relationship between human mobility changes and the total number of COVID-19 cases after two weeks. In conclusion, the results indicate that it is essential to control the human mobility of groceries/pharmacies to between −5 and 5% and that of parks to more than −20%. The most significant finding for urban sustainability is that urban transit was not found to be a source of infection. Hence governments in cities around the world may be able to encourage communities to return to transit mobility, if they are able to follow the kind of hygiene processes conducted in Osaka.

    DOI: 10.1038/s42949-022-00066-w

    Other URL: https://www.nature.com/articles/s42949-022-00066-w

  • Change of usage of third places and subjective feelings of health during the COVID-19 pandemic Reviewed

    Akiko Yanagawa, Haruka Kato, Daisuke Matsushita

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   87 ( 798 )   1485 - 1492   2022.08( ISSN:1340-4210

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    COVID-19 pandemic has been significant impacts on not only infection but also subjective feelings of health. This study aims to clarify the changes in usages of third place and subjective feelings of health during the COVID-19 pandemic. The method was a web questionnaire in Osaka Prefecture on January 12 and 13 2021, during the third wave of the pandemic. This study concluded that the importance of third places such as “cafes and fast food shops,” “large commercial facilities,” libraries”, and “movie theaters” was clarified from the usages of third places and changes in subjective feelings of health.

    DOI: 10.3130/aija.87.1485

  • Housing Affordability of Private Rental Apartments According to Room Type in Osaka Prefecture Reviewed

    Mikio Yoshida, Haruka Kato

    Sustainability   14 ( 12 )   7433 - 7433   2022.06

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    Housing poverty was already a social problem in Japan before the COVID-19 pandemic. The research questions of this study were as follows: How many private rental apartments that are affordable for low-income groups exist in the real estate market? Additionally, do these rental apartments have enough rooms? This study aimed to clarify the housing affordability of private rental apartments in Osaka Prefecture according to room type. In this study, we analyzed housing affordability based on room types and housing conditions using a real estate dataset. In conclusion, this study found that housing affordability is problematic in terms of quantity and quality among the private rental apartments for multiple households in Osaka Prefecture. Additionally, it was found that the role of old wooden low-rent housingbuildings has declined as affordable housing. In particular, the total number of two-room and over three-room-type low-rent housing was less than 8000 units, accounting for only 4.2% of all private rental apartments in the real estate market. The distributed supply of low-rent housing has potential risks in maintaining a stable life for low-income groups with multi-person households. Those low-income groups are forced to live in higher-rent housing or one-room-type low-rent housing.

    DOI: 10.3390/su14127433

  • Scenario planning of old new-town: focus on walkability Reviewed

    Haruka Kato, Shōhei Nakamura, Kunihiro Shinkai, Tomohiko Yoshida

    Journal of the Housing Research Foundation "JUSOKEN"   48   25 - 36   2022.05

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    This study aims to evaluate the future scenario of Old New Town from the perspective of walkability. The methods were multi-scale analysis, scenario planning, and web-based questionnaire. As a result, this study clarified the possible future scenarios of the Old New-Town, which are the new-mobility scenario, the health-care scenario, the living-near-relatives scenario, and the work-from-home scenario. Besides, this study clarified the effectiveness of combining the new-mobility scenario with the health-care scenario and the living-near-relatives scenario, according to the regional characteristics based on the walkability score.

    DOI: 10.20803/jusokenronbunjisen.48.0_25

  • Work-Related Stress of Work from Home with Housemates Based on Residential Types Reviewed

    Kokoro Natomi, Haruka Kato, Daisuke Matsushita

    International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health   19 ( 5 )   3060 - 3060   2022.03

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    The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on work environments. Many workers have been requested or instructed to work from home (WFH). This study aimed to clarify the work-related stress of WFH regarding housemates based on residential types during the COVID-19 pandemic. We conducted a web-based questionnaire survey of 500 workers living with housemates in Osaka Prefecture. The WFH environments were analyzed on the basis of high-stress workers (HSWs), which accounted for 17.4% of all subjects, according to three major types of residences in Japan. The main finding is that HSWs with housemates had problems related to noise regardless of the type of residence. This study of workers living with housemates in an urban area contrasts with the findings of preceding study, which found that satisfaction with noise in the environment was higher at home than in the office. HSWs in detached houses and condominium apartments had problems with the levels of noise created by their housemates. The residents living in these types of residences were found to be relatively older, thus potentially having older children who would require a certain level of privacy. WFH workers with insufficient privacy were unable to adapt to WFH environments and suffered from high stress.

    DOI: 10.3390/ijerph19053060

  • Relationship between living behavior and depressive trend among residents of suburban residential areas during the COVID- 19 pandemic Reviewed

    Yixuan Guo, Haruka Kato, Daisuke Matsushita

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   87 ( 793 )   587 - 595   2022.03( ISSN:1340-4210

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    DOI: 10.3130/aija.87.587

  • Impact of the Urban Exodus Triggered by the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Shrinking Cities of the Osaka Metropolitan Area Reviewed

    Haruka Kato, Atsushi Takizawa

    Sustainability   14 ( 3 )   1601 - 1601   2022.01

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    This study aims to clarify the impact of the urban exodus triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic on shrinking cities in the Osaka metropolitan area, where a declining population is caused by population aging. Analyzing the Osaka metropolitan area enables us to clarify how cities are shrinking due to the urban exodus. This study analyzed the monthly population data of three types of municipalities: ordinance-designed/regional hub cities, ordinary cities, and towns/villages. In conclusion, the study clarified that population change due to the urban exodus occurred in the ordinance-designed/regional hub and ordinary cities from summer to autumn 2020. The most significant population increases occurred in the municipalities in the Osaka metropolitan fringe area, which are located more than 30 km away from the center of the Osaka metropolitan area. The conclusion is important because the population increased not only in the ordinance-designed cities but also in the ordinance-designed/regional hub cities, unlike the rest of the metropolitan area. The result is the new insights unique to the Osaka metropolitan area that this study clarified. The urban exodus contributes to the need for the local governments of shrinking cities to maintain the urban services necessary for people’s daily lives.

    DOI: 10.3390/su14031601

  • Which Residential Clusters of Walkability Affect Future Population from the Perspective of Real Estate Prices in the Osaka Metropolitan Area? Reviewed

    Haruka Kato, Atsushi Takizawa

    MDPI AG Sustainability   13 ( 23 )   13413   2021.12

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    In Japan, where the population is declining and aging significantly, walkability has attracted attention as a way to improve residents’ lifestyles. Therefore, it is essential to identify the residential clusters where walkability improvement would contribute to the maintenance of the population in order to select urban areas for the implementation of walkable designs. This study aimed to identify the residential clusters in which walkability affects the future population from the perspective of real estate prices. The reason for focusing on real estate prices is that they are expected to be a confounding factor connecting walkability and the future population. The method we used was to analyze the structural equation modeling of the impact of walkability index, real estate prices, and future population change ratio. This analysis was based on the neighborhood association scale. This study clarified that effective residential clusters are the business center cluster and the sprawl cluster. In the business center cluster and the sprawl cluster, the price of apartments for sale is the real estate value, through which the walkability index positively impacts the future population change ratio. This means that it is expected to contribute to the maintenance of the future population through a combination of walkable designs and housing policies that encourage people to change their residence types to apartments for sale when rebuilding old building stock using the location optimization plan policy.

    DOI: 10.3390/su132313413

  • Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Home Range in a Suburban City in the Osaka Metropolitan Area Reviewed

    Haruka Kato, Atsushi Takizawa, Daisuke Matsushita

    MDPI AG Sustainability   13 ( 16 )   8974   2021.08

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    This study aims to clarify the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on home range. The home range is the area that individuals traverse in conducting their daily activities, such as working and shopping. In Japan, the central government declared the first state of emergency in April 2020. This study analyzed the panel data for mobile phone GPS location history from April 2019 to April 2020 in Ibaraki City, Osaka Metropolitan area. The study applied the minimum convex polygon method to analyze the data. The results show that the home range decreased significantly between April 2019 and April 2020. Specifically, the home range in 2020 decreased to approximately 50% of that in 2019 because of COVID-19 infection control measures, preventing people from traveling far from their homes and only allowing them to step outside for the bare minimum of daily activities and necessities. The results suggest that the emergency reduced people’s home ranges to the neighborhood scale. Therefore, it is necessary to consider designing new walkable neighborhood environments after the COVID-19 pandemic era.

    DOI: 10.3390/su13168974

  • Development of a Spatio-Temporal Analysis Method to Support the Prevention of COVID-19 Infection: Space-Time Kernel Density Estimation Using GPS Location History Data Reviewed

    Haruka Kato

    Springer International Publishing Urban Informatics and Future Cities   51 - 67   2021.07( ISSN:2365-757X

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    DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-76059-5_4

  • Changes in Walkable Streets during the COVID-19 Pandemic in a Suburban City in the Osaka Metropolitan Area Reviewed

    Haruka Kato, Daisuke Matsushita

    MDPI AG Sustainability   13 ( 13 )   7442 - 7442   2021.07

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    The purpose of this study was to identify the walkable streets where traffic behavior changed according to each residential cluster during the COVID-19 pandemic. By elucidating the changes, it is possible to identify streets that should be redesigned following the changes in traffic behavior in relation to human mobility. This study analyzed Ibaraki City, a suburban city located in the Osaka Metropolitan Area. The analysis compared the panel data of the GPS Location History for April 2020 and April 2019. The analysis method used was Empirical Bayesian kriging. The results show that the speed significantly increased in the dense, sprawl, mountain, and old NT clusters. It was also found that the number of cyclists increased during the COVID-19 pandemic. The results suggest a need to design walkable streets according to each residential cluster for the post-COVID-19 pandemic era. For example, some car lanes need to be converted to bike lanes in the main neighborhood to create walkable streets in the clusters.

    DOI: 10.3390/su13137442

  • THE IMPACT ON URBAN FABRICS OF “TOURISM-GENTRIFICATION CAUSED BY SIMPLE ACCOMMODATIONS” IN THE CENTRAL AREA OF KYOTO CITY Reviewed

    Haruka KATO

    Architectural Institute of Japan, Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   86 ( 783 )   1443 - 1453   2021.05( ISSN:1340-4210

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    DOI: 10.3130/aija.86.1443

  • How Does the Location of Urban Facilities Affect the Forecasted Population Change in the Osaka Metropolitan Fringe Area? Reviewed

    Haruka Kato

    MDPI AG Sustainability   13 ( 1 )   110   2020.12

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    This study aims to clarify the statistical causal relationship between the locations of urban facilities and forecasted population changes according to types of residential clusters in the Osaka Metropolitan Fringe areas. This paper’s background is the location optimization plan policy formulated by the Japanese MLIT (Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport, and Tourism) in 2015. The methods combined urban ecological analysis, cohort analysis, and Bayesian network analysis. Using the Bayesian network analysis, the causal relationship between the forecasted population change ratio and the urban facility location was analyzed. The results suggest the location of urban facilities for each residential cluster that will prevent a rapid population decline in the future. Specifically, in the sprawl cluster, this study found that residential areas closer to medical facilities will sustain the future population, while in the old new-town cluster, this study found that residential areas closer to train stations will best sustain the future population. However, in the public housing cluster, residential areas more distant from regional resources will best sustain the future population. Therefore, it is worth considering different urban designs in the old new-town and public housing clusters, rather than the location optimization plan policy.

    DOI: 10.3390/su13010110

  • Effect of Walkability on Urban Sustainability in the Osaka Metropolitan Fringe Area Reviewed

    Haruka Kato

    MDPI AG Sustainability   12 ( 21 )   9248   2020.11

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    This study aimed to clarify the effect of walkability on urban sustainability, according to the types of residential clusters in the Osaka Metropolitan fringe area. For this purpose, this study analyzed the statistical causal relationship between the Walkability Index and the Ecological Footprint to Biocapacity (EF/BC) ratio of each residential cluster. The EF/BC ratio is the ratio of the ecological footprint of the biocapacity of the residential clusters. As a result, the effect of walkability on urban sustainability was clarified depending upon the types of residential clusters in the Osaka Metropolitan fringe area. Specifically, it was found that the Walkability Index negatively affects the EF/BC ratio in the sprawl cluster. This suggests that, in the sprawl cluster, active efforts to improve the Walkability Index can contribute to the realization of SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals of the 2030 Agenda). However, Walkability Index has a strong positive effect on the EF/BC ratio in the old new-town cluster, etc. For the residential clusters, the results of this study suggested that there is a necessity to improve urban sustainability through approaches other than improving Walkability.

    DOI: 10.3390/su12219248

  • RESIDENTS’ EVALUATION ON “TOURISM-GENTRIFICATION CAUSED BY GUESTHOUSES” IN CENTRAL AREA OF KYOTO CITY :Case study of the Shutoku district in Kyoto city Reviewed

    Haruka KATO

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   85 ( 772 )   1195 - 1205   2020.06

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    DOI: 10.3130/aija.85.1195

  • Development of Walkability Indicator for Smart Shrinking: Case Study of Sprawl Areas in Northern Osaka Metropolitan Reviewed

    Haruka KATO, Kiyoko KANKI

    International Review for Spatial Planning and Sustainable Development   8 ( 1 )   39 - 58   2020.01

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  • EVALUATION OF WALKABILITY OF FUTURE SPRAWL AREAS BY SCENARIO PLANNING Reviewed

    Haruka KATO, Kiyoko KANKI

    Architectural Institute of Japan, Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   85 ( 767 )   101 - 111   2020( ISSN:1340-4210

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    DOI: 10.3130/aija.85.101

  • Study on Urban Evaluation Indicator based on Walkability in Metropolitan Sprawl Area Reviewed

    Haruka Kato

    Doctoral Degree Thesis, Kyoto University   2019.11

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    DOI: 10.14989/doctor.k22154

  • Effectiveness of Walkability Indicator from the perspective of Subjective Evaluation on Streets in Sprawl Urban Areas - Toward Smart Shrinking for Sprawl urban areas in North Osaka Metropolitan Region - Reviewed

    Haruka KATO, Kiyoko KANKI

    Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan   54 ( 1 )   10 - 19   2019.04

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    DOI: 10.11361/journalcpij.54.10

  • Development and Verification of Indicator about Regional Evaluation based on Walkability in Residential Area - Toward Smart Shrinking of Ibaraki City in North Osaka Metropolitan Region - Reviewed

    Haruka KATO, Kiyoko KANKI

    Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan   52 ( 3 )   1006 - 1013   2017.10

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    DOI: 10.11361/journalcpij.52.1006

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  • 観光ジェントリフィケーションと不都合な再生 Invited

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    住宅会議   118   40 - 43   2023.06

  • Smart Decline for Shrinking Cities Based on the System of Systems Engineering: A Case Study of the Senboku Hottokenai-Network Project Reviewed

    Haruka Kato, Kazuhiko Mori, Shigeo Nakano

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  • Process of developing community-based guideline in response to tourism gentrification caused by simple accommodations: A case study of the Shutoku district in Kyoto City Reviewed

    Haruka Kato

    Proceedings of 6th World Multidisciplinary Civil Engineering-Architecture-Urban Planning Symposium   66   2021.09

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  • オールドニュータウンのスマートデクラインに向けたウォーカブルデザイン Invited

    加登遼

    日本住宅会議   111   48 - 51   2021.02

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  • Residents’ Evaluation on “Gentrification Caused by Guesthouses” in Central Area of Kyoto City: Case study of the Shutoku district in Kyoto city Reviewed

    Haruka KATO

    Proceedings of 5th World Multidisciplinary Civil Engineering-Architecture-Urban Planning Symposium   240   2020.09

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  • Walkable Design for Smart Decline in Metropolitan Sprawl Areas Invited

    Haruka KATO

    Review of City Planning Institute of Japan, Kansai Branch   34   8 - 9   2020.03

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    Other URL: http://pub.cpij-kansai.jp/202003-kato/

  • Smart Decline in Urban Sprawl Areas by Evaluating the Walkability Indicator ‐Case Study of Ibaraki City in the Northern Osaka Metropolitan Area Reviewed

    Haruka KATO, Kiyoko KANKI

    Proceedings of International Conference on Spatial Planning and Sustainable Development 2019   32   2019.08

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  • Evaluating the Walkability of Urban Sprawl Areas in the Future Using Scenario Planning: Smart Decline for Ibaraki City in the Northern Osaka Metropolitan Area Reviewed

    Haruka KATO, Kiyoko KANKI

    Proceedings of 16th International Conference on Computers in Urban Planning and Urban Management (USB)   211 - 230   2019.07

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  • Effectiveness of Walkable Design Indicator from the perspective of Subjective Evaluation on Streets in Sprawl Urban Areas ‐ Toward Smart Shrinking for Sprawl urban areas in North Osaka Metropolitan Region‐ Reviewed

    Haruka KATO, Kiyoko KANKI

    Proceedings of the International Conference on Asian-Pacific Planning Societies 2018 (CD-R)   2018.08

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  • Possibility of designs for Smart Shrinking based on Walkability in Metropolitan Region. ‐ Case study of Location Optimization Plan of Ibaraki City in North Osaka Metropolitan Region ‐ Reviewed

    Haruka KATO, Kiyoko KANKI

    Research Council (City Planning) in Annual Meeting of Architectural Institute of Japan.   91 - 94   2017.09

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  • Development of Walkability Indicator for visualizing Smart Shrinking ‐ A Case study of Sprawl Areas in North Osaka Metropolitan Region‐ Reviewed

    Haruka KATO, Kiyoko KANKI

    Proceedings of International Conference on Spatial Planning and Sustainable Development 2017   152   2017.08

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Presentations

  • 京都市中心部におけるオーバーツーリズム期の人口減少:修徳学区からの報告 Invited Domestic conference

    加登遼

    京都景観フォーラム通常総会関連企画トークセッション「オーバーツーリズム コロナ 人口減少ー変化にしなやかに対応する地域コミュニティー」  2023.05 

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  • 若年層が住める京都の中心部にするためには何が必要か?都市計画的課題を中心に Invited Domestic conference

    加登遼

    京都弁護士会 まちづくり部会 学習会  2022.04 

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  • 新型コロナウイルス感染症の感染拡大防止を支援する時空間分析法の提案:ポイント型流動人口データを用いた時空間カーネル密度推定法を用いて Domestic conference

    加登 遼

    日本建築学会大会学術講演梗概集(オーガナイズドセッション)  2021.09 

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  • ウォーカビリティから見た人口減少都市の将来シナリオ Domestic conference

    加登遼

    立命館大学 政策アドバンスト研究  2021.06 

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  • 京都市中心部の観光ジェントリフィケーションに対するまちづくり:修徳まちづくりガイドライン策定までのプロセスを事例として Invited Domestic conference

    加登遼

    龍谷大学LORC インクルーシブツーリズム研究会  2021.03 

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  • 京都市中心部の簡易宿所型ジェントリフィケーションに対する居住者評価‐京都市下京区修徳学区を事例として Domestic conference

    加登遼

    日本建築学会大会学術講演梗概集(オーガナイズドセッション)  2020.09 

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  • ウォーカビリティから見たオールドニュータウンの将来シナリオに関する試案‐北大阪都市計画区域の茨木市におけるスマートデクラインに向けて‐ Domestic conference

    加登 遼

    武庫川女子大学 研究成果の社会還元促進に関する発表会  2020.02 

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  • Smart Decline in Metropolitan Sprawl Areas from the viewpoint of Walkability‐Case Study of Ibaraki City in the Northern Osaka Metropolitan Area Invited International conference

    Haruka KATO

    Japan-Germany International Seminar (Shrinking Cities Revised: New patterns of uneven population development, multifaceted local implications, and the challenges of multi-level)  2019.10 

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  • シナリオ・プランニングに基づくスプロールエリアの将来シナリオに対するウォーカビリティ評価‐北大阪都市計画区域における茨木市を事例としたスマートデクラインに向けて‐ Domestic conference

    加登 遼, 神吉紀世子

    日本建築学会大会学術講演梗概集(CD-R)  2019.09 

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  • シナリオ・プランニングに基づくスプロールエリアの将来シナリオに対するウォーカビリティ評価‐北大阪都市計画区域における茨木市を事例としたスマートデクラインに向けて‐ Domestic conference

    加登 遼, 神吉紀世子

    日本建築学会近畿支部研究報告集・計画系(CD-R)  2019.06 

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  • Study on urban evaluation indicator focused on walkability in metropolitan sprawl areas Domestic conference

    Haruka KATO

    International Design Symposium in Kyoto 2019  2019.03 

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  • Study on the Walkability Indicator in Sprawl Areas of Metropolitan Region- Toward Smart Decline - Domestic conference

    Haruka KATO

    Meridian 180 -Smart and Shrinking Cities: International Perspective-  2019.02 

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  • 「流れ」に着目したスマートコミュニティとしての居住エリアのデザイン手法に関する研究 Invited Domestic conference

    加登遼

    立命館大学地域情報研究所「重点プログラム アジア都市論研究会」  2018.11 

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  • スプロール市街地における主観的街路評価からみたウォーカブルデザイン指標の有効性‐北大阪都市計画区域のスプロール市街地におけるスマートシュリンキングに向けて‐ Domestic conference

    加登遼, 神吉紀世子

    日本建築学会大会学術講演梗概集 (CD-R)  2018.09 

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  • スプロール市街地における主観的街路評価からみたウォーカブルデザイン指標の有効性‐北大阪都市計画区域のスプロール市街地におけるスマートシュリンキングに向けて‐ Domestic conference

    加登遼, 神吉紀世子

    日本建築学会近畿支部研究報告集・計画系 (CD-R)  2018.06 

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  • Scenario of Smart Shrinking based on Walkability in sprawled urban areas Domestic conference

    Haruka KATO

    International Design Symposium in Kyoto 2018  2018.03 

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  • ウォーカビリティに立脚したスプロール市街地のスマートシュリンキングシナリオの構築 Invited Domestic conference

    加登遼

    茨木市都市整備部主催による庁内合同勉強会  2018.01 

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  • 大都市圏周辺地域におけるスマートシュリンキングとしてのウォーカビリティ指標の開発‐北大阪都市計画区域における茨木市に着目して Domestic conference

    加登遼, 神吉紀世子

    日本建築学会大会学術講演梗概集 (CD-R)  2017.09 

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  • 大都市圏周辺地域においてスマートシュリンキングを実現するウォーカビリティ指標の開発‐北大阪都市計画区域と茨木市に着目して‐ Domestic conference

    加登遼, 神吉紀世子

    日本建築学会近畿支部研究報告集・計画系 (CD-R)  2017.06 

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  • A Study on Modeling of Smart Shrinking in Residential Area Based on Walkability Domestic conference

    Haruka KATO

    International Design Symposium in Kyoto 2017  2017.03 

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  • スマートコミュニティのデザイン方法と都市エリアの分析―スマートミュニティとしての都市エリアのデザイン方法に関する研究(その3) Domestic conference

    桐谷龍之介, 加登遼, 門内輝行

    日本建築学会大会学術講演梗概集 (CD-R)  2016.08 

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  • スマートコミュニティの概念と多層構造システムによるモデル化―スマートコミュニティとしての都市エリアのデザイン方法に関する研究(その1) Domestic conference

    加登遼, 門内輝行

    日本建築学会大会学術講演梗概集 (CD-R)  2016.08 

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  • スマートコミュニティプロジェクトの類型化とデザイン方法のモデル化―スマートコミュニティとしての都市エリアのデザイン方法に関する研究(その2) Domestic conference

    金丸源太, 加登遼, 門内輝行

    日本建築学会大会学術講演梗概集 (CD-R)  2016.08 

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  • スマートコミュニティのデザイン方法と都市エリアの分析―スマートコミュニティとしての都市エリアのデザイン方法に関する研究(その2) Domestic conference

    桐谷龍之介, 加登遼, 門内輝行

    日本建築学会近畿支部研究報告集・計画系 (CD-R)  2016.06 

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  • スマートコミュニティの概念とその多層構造システムによるモデル化―スマートコミュニティとしての都市エリアのデザイン方法に関する研究(その1) Domestic conference

    加登遼, 門内輝行

    日本建築学会近畿支部研究報告集・計画系 (CD-R)  2016.06 

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Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research

  • Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Early-Career Scientists

    Grant-in-Aid for Early-Career Scientists  2021.04

  • Evaluation by residents for aging society scenarios in suburban areas from viewpoints of walkability (19K23558)

    Grant-in-Aid for Research Activity Start-up  2019.08

Incentive donations / subsidies

  • Action research for the community-based Edible Neighbourhood project

    Graduate School of Human Life and Ecology, Osaka Metropolitan University  Grant-in-Aid for Early-Career Scientists  2023.09

  • Development of impact evaluation methods for urban designs using medical big data

    Osaka Metropolitan University  Strategic Research Promotion Project (Young Researcher)  2023.07

  • Community-led townscape design method utilizing Digital Twin

    Organization for Promoting Urban Development  Research Grant for Urban Development  2022.12

  • Impact Evaluation of Walkable Design: Toward Smart City of Old New-Town

    Housing Research Foundation  Practice Grant  2022.04

  • Time-series analysis of the changes in home range and the number of cases of SARS-CoV-2 using GPS location history big data: Toward the walkable city

    Dai-ichi Life Foundation  Incentive Research  2022.04

  • The relationship between walkability and future population from the viewpoint of real estate prices

    Association of Real Estate Agents of Japan  2021.12

  • Cost-Benefit Analysis of Walkable Designs in Old New-Town Areas to Contain Medical Costs

    Osaka City University  2021.04

  • Scenario Planning in Old New-town focusing on walkability

    Housing Research Foundation  Research Grant  2020.06

  • Effect of Walkability on Sustainability in the Kansai Metropolitan Area

    Obayashi Foundation  2020.04

  • Gentrification caused by guesthouses

    The City Planning Institute of Japan, Kansai Branch  Research Fund  2019.10

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Charge of on-campus class subject

  • 建築情報学

    2023   Weekly class   Undergraduate

  • 建築計画学

    2023   Weekly class   Undergraduate

  • CAD/CGデザイン演習

    2022   Intensive lecture   Undergraduate

  • 設計製図Ⅲ

    2022   Weekly class   Undergraduate

  • 建築計画学

    2022   Weekly class   Undergraduate

  • 図形科学

    2022   Weekly class   Undergraduate

  • 設計製図Ⅲ

    2021     Undergraduate

  • 設計製図Ⅱ

    2021     Undergraduate

  • CAD/CGデザイン演習

    2021     Undergraduate

  • 設計製図Ⅱ

    2020     Undergraduate

  • 設計製図Ⅲ

    2020     Undergraduate

  • CAD/CGデザイン演習

    2020     Undergraduate

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Social Activities

  • 『修徳まちづくりガイドライン』策定に向けた学術調査

    Role(s): Investigater

    2019.04 - 2021.03

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    Audience: Civic organization

  • 茨木市立地適正化計画策定に向けた『市民アンケート調査』

    Role(s): Investigater

    2016.04 - 2017.03

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    Audience: Governmental agency

    Type:Investigation, survey

  • 東芝大阪工場跡地再開発事業を事例とした『スマートコミュニティプロジェクト研究会』

    Role(s): Investigater

    2014.04 - 2016.03

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    Audience: Company

    Type:Investigation, survey

Media Coverage

  • 大阪公立大学大学院生活科学研究科連携協定におけるメディカルビッグデータ「REZULT」のデモンストレーション実施報告について

    PR TIMES  2023.06

  • 大阪公立大学大学院生活科学研究科との「メディカルビッグデータを活用したヘルスケア分野における研究推進」に関する連携協定締結のお知らせ

    PR TIMES  2023.03

  • 本学教員が参画する「住民と育む未来型知的インフラ創造拠点」がJST『共創の場形成支援プログラム(本格型)』に採択

    大阪公立大学  プレスリリース  2023.03

  • Is there a relationship between COVID-19 infections and everyday human mobility in metropolitan area? Internet

    EurekAlert!  2022.10

  • コロナ感染者数と人流「関連は低い」 Newspaper, magazine

    共同通信社  毎日新聞,中国新聞など  2022.09

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    毎日新聞,中国新聞、大阪日日新聞、河北新報、東奥日報、北国新聞、伊勢新聞、愛媛新聞、長崎新聞、神奈川新聞、山梨日日新聞、岩手日報、岐阜新聞、日本海新聞、南日本新聞、信濃毎日新聞、北海道新聞(夕)、埼玉新聞、中日新聞、日本農業新聞

  • 新型コロナウイルス感染者数と人流の関係を明らかに~効果的な人流抑制を示唆 Promotional material

    大阪公立大学  プレスリリース  2022.09

  • 京都・松原通は「職人のまち」 染色や表装の手わざ動画で発信 Newspaper, magazine

    京都新聞  2022.05

  • 博士学位取得者からのメッセージ Internet

    京都大学 工学部・大学院工学研究科  2022.04

  • コロナ禍の大阪都市圏で、アーバン・エクソダスにより、一時的に人口が増加していたことが判明 Promotional material

    大阪市立大学  プレスリリース  2022.02

  • 京都市は若者が住めない「富裕化都市」 専門家が警鐘鳴らす現象と対策は Newspaper, magazine

    京都新聞  2022.01

  • 「緊急事態宣言下」での個々人の行動変化を明らかに~郊外都市でのコロナ禍の人流変化を解明~ Promotional material

    大阪市立大学  プレスリリース  2021.09

  • 修徳学区を京都観光地域のモデルケースに TV or radio program

    京都府建築士会  京都だより(きょうと・人・まち・であいもん)  p.11  2019.05

  • 修徳学区における観光まちづくり Promotional material

    京都府建築士会  京都だより(2019年11月号)  p.9 

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Academic Activities