Updated on 2024/04/01

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Matsuo Kaoru
 
Organization
Graduate School of Agriculture Department of Environmental Sciences and Technology Associate Professor
School of Agriculture Department of Environmental Sciences and Technology
Title
Associate Professor
Affiliation
Institute of Agriculture
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Position

  • Graduate School of Agriculture Department of Environmental Sciences and Technology 

    Assistant Professor  2022.04 - 2024.02

  • Graduate School of Agriculture Department of Environmental Sciences and Technology 

    Associate Professor  2019.03 - Now

  • School of Agriculture Department of Environmental Sciences and Technology 

    Assistant Professor  2022.04 - 2024.02

  • School of Agriculture Department of Environmental Sciences and Technology 

    Associate Professor  2019.03 - Now

Degree

  • 博士(工学) ( Hiroshima University )

Research Areas

  • Environmental Science/Agriculture Science / Environmental agriculture

  • Environmental Science/Agriculture Science / Landscape science

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

  • Social Infrastructure (Civil Engineering, Architecture, Disaster Prevention) / Architectural environment and building equipment

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

  • Environmental Science/Agriculture Science / Landscape science

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Professional Memberships

  • Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture

    2018 - Now   Domestic

  • Architectural Institute of Japan

    2010.11 - Now   Domestic

  • City Planning Institute of Japan

    2013.04 - Now   Domestic

  • Center for Environmental Information Science

    2021.08 - Now   Domestic

  • Heat Island Institute International

    2011.05 - Now   Domestic

Awards

  • CUPUM 2019 Best Poster Award

    2019.07   16th International Conference on Computers in Urban Planning and Urban Management  

  • CUPUM 2019 Best Poster Award

    Kaoru Matsuo, Ai Nakamura, Takahiro Tanaka

    2019.07   16th International Conference on Computers in Urban Planning and Urban Management  

  • 11th International Symposium on Architectural Interchanges in Asia (ISAIA 2016), Academic Session Award 2016

    2016.09   11th International Symposium on Architectural Interchanges in Asia  

  • 第5回Esri Young Scholars Award

    2016.06   ESRIジャパン 株式会社  

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  • 2015年度日本建築学会大会(関東)学術講演会 環境工学委員会優秀発表顕彰

    2015.11   日本建築学会  

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    Country:Japan

  • 第10回日本ヒートアイランド学会ベストポスター賞

    2015.08   日本ヒートアイランド学会  

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    Country:Japan

  • 平成26年度エクセレント・スチューデント・スカラシップ

    2014.12   広島大学大学院 工学研究科  

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    Country:Japan

  • 卒業論文優秀賞

    2011.03   広島大学工学部 第四類建築プログラム  

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    Country:Japan

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Job Career (off-campus)

  • 大阪公立大学大学院農学研究科

    2022.04 - Now

  • Osaka Prefecture University   Graduate School of Life and Environmental Sciences

    2019.03 - Now

  • 日本学術振興会 特別研究員 PD(東京大学)

    2017.04 - 2019.02

Papers

  • Advice Map for Effective Support of Urban Thermal -Practice of collaborative workshops by experts in the central area of Hiroshima- Reviewed

    Kaoru MATSUO, Kanji INOUE, Makoto YOKOYAMA, Takahiro TANAKA, Toshiro YOSHIHARA

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   88 ( 814 )   3295 - 3305   2023.12

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    DOI: 10.3130/aija.88.3295

  • Harnessing multiple data sources and emerging technologies for comprehensive urban green space evaluation

    Hu A.

    Cities   143   2023.12( ISSN:02642751

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  • Role of parks in residential district by physical activity on suburban residential area Reviewed

    Kaoru Matsuo, Sennosuke Matsumoto, Shigeaki Takeda, Hiroyuki Kaga

    Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan   58 ( 3 )   812 - 818   2023.10

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    DOI: 10.11361/journalcpij.58.812

  • Research on the effectiveness of green infrastructure installation on underutilized land in cities with declining population -Focusing on flood control and thermal environment improvement effects- Reviewed

    Shinji Hirai, Ryota Araki, Riki Yamaga, Syota Tamura, Takahiro Tanaka, Makoto Yokoyama, Kaoru Matuo

    Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan   58 ( 3 )   796 - 803   2023.10

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  • Climate analysis of green spaces allocation scenarios corresponding to population decline in Sakai City using WRF Model

    NAKAMOTO Sumire, MATSUO Kaoru, TAKEDA Shigeaki, KAGA Hiroyuki

    Journal of The Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture   86 ( 5 )   611 - 616   2023.03( ISSN:13408984

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    <p>This study aimed to understand how different green spaces allocation would moderate higher urban temperatures. Specifically, numerical simulation was performed for understanding air temperature and wind distribution in August 2020, and the Weather Research and Forecasting meso-scale meteorological model was used in Sakai City. Furthermore, we performed climate simulation under three future green spaces allocation scenarios corresponding to population decline. In addition, climate analysis maps were created for each of these scenarios, and a comparison and discussion were conducted on how Sakai City’s green spaces should be arranged to accommodate future population decline. The results showed that conservation of green spaces reduced high temperatures in the city as a whole, but the distribution trends of temperature reduction area differed among the scenarios. These results suggested that while a large area of green spaces was effective in reducing temperatures locally, the green space network can also extend the temperature reduction over a wider area.</p>

    DOI: 10.5632/jila.86.611

  • The role and significance of parks during one year after the COVID-19 pandemic in Japanese newspaper articles Reviewed

    MATSUO Kaoru, YAMAMOTO Nanami, SHIMOMUKI Aoi, TAKEDA Shigeaki, KAGA Hiroyuki

    Landscape Research Japan Online   15 ( 0 )   39 - 47   2022.09

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    <p>COVID-19 has led to demands for a different lifestyle. Parks are required to respond to complex needs, such as promoting their use while preventing infection. This constitutes an opportunity for citizens to rediscover the appeal of the park, which is accessible to everyone. Therefore, this study aims to comprehensively understand the role and significance of urban parks in Japan and apply this understanding to improvement and management based on the changes in usage and user comments for urban parks. Specifically, we investigated both the objective viewpoint, such as the current state and actual usage of urban parks, and the subjective viewpoint, such as the comments and opinions of park users using the text data of newspapers from January 2020 to March 2021. In addition to changes in the number of people infected, the survey found positive feelings about living in a park as people are forced to refrain from living, although negative opinions were found about the park. Accordingly, we can understand the process by which people again realize the need for the urban parks itself.</p>

    DOI: 10.5632/jilaonline.15.39

  • CLASSIFICATION OF YATO FROM VIEWPOINTS OF THERMAL AND WATER ENVIRONMENTS AND PROPOSING DESIGN GUIDELINES FOR THEM-For using Yato topography as a green infrastructure- Reviewed

    YOKOYAMA Makoto, SASAKI Yui, MATSUO Kaoru, TANAKA Takahiro

    AIJ Journal of Technology and Design   28 ( 69 )   918 - 923   2022.06( ISSN:1341-9463

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    Green Infrastructure (GI) which utilizing various function of natural recourses for resolving social issue is necessary to correspond with the bad effects seems to be caused by climate change, such as urban warming and increasing floods in recent year. This study aims to proposing design guideline for using small valley called “Yato” as GI effectively and we evaluated the thermal (air temperature) and water environment (flow rate) in some of them in Yokohama. All Yato in Yokohama are also classified six types based on these results, and countermeasures to improving thermal and water environment were suggested for each type.

    DOI: 10.3130/aijt.28.918

  • A research about the utilization and effects of the urban open spaces as a workplace for workers in Osaka city Reviewed

    SUGIHARA Rulu, MATSUO Kaoru, TAKEDA Shigeaki, KAGA Hiroyuki

    Journal of The Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture   85 ( 5 )   601 - 606   2022.03( ISSN:1340-8984

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    In this study, we investigated the actual utilization and the effects of the urban open spaces as a workplace through a web questionnaire survey performed in October 2020 for workers in Osaka city under the situation of the introduction of ABW or the spread of COVID-19. As a result, it is possible to identify many people who work in urban open spaces more than a few times a week, and the frequency is increasing in the spread of COVID-19. In addition, not only sidewalk cafes but also open spaces at public facilities and parks were chosen. It was found that environmental factors such as shade, sunshine, and greenery were emphasized in parks, plaza, and open spaces at private facilities, and that good ideas came to mind in parks, compared to other places.

    DOI: 10.5632/jila.85.601

  • Method of empowerment based on changes in consciousness in park creation and management activities with public participation Reviewed

    Mai UEDA, Kaoru MATSUO, Hiroyuki KAGA, Shigeaki TAKEDA

    Journal of The Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture   85 ( 5 )   457 - 462   2022.03( ISSN:1340-8984

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    DOI: 10.5632/jila.85.457

  • The recognition of Urban Parks during the COVID-19 pandemic using Instagram

    Shimomuki Aoi, Matsuo Kaoru, Takeda Shigeaki, Kaga Hiroyuki

    Proceedings of The City Planning Institute of Japan, Kansai Branch   20 ( 0 )   25 - 28   2022( ISSN:1348592X

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    This study aims to discuss the recognition of urban parks during the COVID-19 pandemic using Instagram, in Utsubo Park of Osaka City. We extracted posts using the phrase "#Utsubo Park" in 2019 and 2020 and analyzed the landscape and emotional expressions by posted photos and comments. As a result, in 2020, perspective landscape increased slightly compared to 2019 and people took the rose garden and the row of zelkova trees as perspective green landscape. Emotional expression, “happy” is the most both 2019 and 2020 and the comments regarding rose is mainly. Additionaly, in 2020, people feel “refreshing” for green itself or seeing new green leaves. And in 2020, people feel “healing” for green. Urban parks are expansive nature landscape where people physically feel the shade of trees and wind, bring a sense of refreshment in addition to healing to the people during the COVID-19 pandemic.

    DOI: 10.11361/cpijkansai.20.0_25

  • Study on the contents of reservoir hazard maps improve resident's understanding Reviewed

    Yu Kumai, Kaoru Matsuo, Hiroyuki Kaga, Shigeaki Takeda

    Papers on Environmental Information Science   35   2021.12

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  • A Study on Walkability grasped from Environment both of "Easy to Walk" and "Encouragement to Walk" that supports Walking Reviewed

    Jumpei Morioka, Kaoru Matsuo, Hiroyuki Kaga, Shigeaki Takeda

    Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan   56 ( 3 )   2021.10

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  • Research on the influence of street characteristics on pedestrian volume in the domination area of a regional central city: Case study in the central area of Hiroshima Reviewed

    Jumpei Nishimura, Kanji Inoue, Takahiro Tanaka, Kaoru Matsuo, Makoto Yokoyam

    Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan   56 ( 3 )   485 - 492   2021.10

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    DOI: 10.11361/journalcpij.56.485

  • A Study on Walkability grasped from Environment both of "Easy to Walk" and "Encouragement to Walk" that supports Walking: From the Characteristics of Walk Occurrence of 24 Ward in Osaka City and the Characteristics of Selection of Walk Routes in Specific Areas of the city Reviewed

    Jumpei Morioka, Kaoru Matsuo, Hiroyuki Kaga, Shigeaki Takeda

    Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan   56 ( 3 )   477 - 484   2021.10( ISSN:0916-0647

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    In order to clarify the walkability of the urban environment, it is necessary to investigate not only the required behaviors but also voluntary behaviors. The purpose of this study is to clarify the characteristics that a walkable urban environment in urban areas of Osaka should have from the optional action of walking. First, we grasped the relationship between walks and environmental factors on a regional basis. Next, we grasped what kind of route was taken for what reason. In order to create a walkable urban environment that induces voluntary behavior in residential areas, it became clear that an environment that is “encouragement to walk” is required in addition to an environment that is “easy to walk”. It is important to clarify the issues and potentials of the district, and to consider the environment improvement according to the demand for walks.

    DOI: 10.11361/journalcpij.56.477

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  • A study on streetscape in harmony with Mozu-furuichi kofun group world heritage Reviewed

    MATSUO Kaoru, SEKI Ikuho, TAKEDA Shigeaki, KAGA Hiroyuki

    Journal of The Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture   84 ( 5 )   541 - 546   2021.05( ISSN:1340-8984

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    <p>This study aims at clarifying streetscape characteristics in harmony with kofun for planning urban area where kofun can be enjoyed while preserving the value of kofun in Mozu-Furuichi Kofun Group World Heritage by using landscape image taking a kofun as an object and a street crossing of residential urban district as a viewpoint place. This paper performed factor analysis by SD method using the words extracted from landscape plans, and understood the viewpoints of the evaluation. In addition, this paper organized the recognition elements in each target landscape, and understood the characteristics of landscape elements. Furthermore, harmony evaluation in streetscape with kofun in each landscape, and it was discussed what kind of landscape could be said the streetscape in harmony with kofun. From the results of these analyses, it can be understood that streetscape in harmony with kofun is evaluated from the three viewpoints of "regularity" "naturalness" and "history and culture" and that they are evaluated from the greenery along the streets, the color and design of wall surfaces of buildings, the walls and fences of buildings, and the pavement of roads and sidewalks, and their unity.</p>

    DOI: 10.5632/jila.84.541

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  • Plan and design support technique for improving comfort in open spaces from the perspective of microclimate Reviewed

    Tomohiko YAMASAKI, Eiko KUMAKURA, Kaoru MATSUO, Shigeaki TAKEDA, Yuko YAMASHITA, Akira ISHIDA, Mina MITSUKE, Shin ISHIHARA, Masaru HIRAI, Kazuki SHIMA

    Journal of the Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture technical reports of landscape architecture   84 ( 11 )   2021.03

  • A study on the summer outdoor temperature distribution in the urban central area of Hiroshima Delta: Analysis of factors for forming temperature distribution and extraction of areas for promoting heat mitigation measures Reviewed

    Kanji Inoue, Kenta Tanaka, Takahiro Tanaka, Kaoru Matsuo, Makoto Yokoyama

    Journal of the City Planning Institute of Japan   55 ( 3 )   2020.11

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  • Study on Methodology for Scoring Sequential Urban Landscape in Osaka City Viewed from Shipboard Space Reviewed

    Mikio SAKAMOTO, Kaoru MATSUO, Shigeaki TAKEDA, Hiroyuki KAGA

    Journal of The Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture   83 ( 5 )   2020.05

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  • The state of a street tree management plan and a citizen participation system in local Japanese government Reviewed

    Masatake KAWAGUCHI, Hiroki AKAZAWA, Shigeaki TAKEDA, Kaoru MATSUO, Hiroyuki KAGA

    Journal of the Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture   83 ( 5 )   2020.05

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  • The Psychological Process into Attachment Formation to Residential Area through Neighborhood Parks in the Case of Heijou and Souraku New Town Reviewed

    KUBOTA Haruki, MATSUO Kaoru, KAWAGUCHI Masatake, AKAZAWA Hiroki, TAKEDA Shigeaki, KAGA Hiroyuki

    Journal of The Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture   83 ( 5 )   545 - 550   2020.05( ISSN:1340-8984

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    <p>This study aims to discuss the psychological process how the evaluation and perception of residential area or neighborhood parks were connected with the formation of attachment to residential area through neighborhood parks. Concretely, the structural equation modeling was conducted based on the results of questionnaire surveys for the residents in new town. In addition, this study targeted two areas with different resident's activities, "Suzaku area" and "Sakyo area" in new town where the site of "Basic Parks for Community Use" is planned because the relationship between "evaluation and perception of residential area or neighborhood parks" and "attachment to residential area" is discussed limited to the park. As a result, the following findings were obtained; 1) in both areas, "attachment to residential area" is influenced "attachment to neighborhood parks." And, the positive "evaluation of neighborhood park environment" and "involvement through participation into neighborhood park activities" encourages "attachment to residential area" through "evaluation of residential environment," "involvement through participation into residential activities" and "attachment to neighborhood parks." 2) The difference is revealed that "attachment to residential area" and "attachment to neighborhood parks" have influence on each other only in "Suzaku area" which residents pursue activities.</p>

    DOI: 10.5632/jila.83.545

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  • Research on the relationship between human retention behavior and solar radiation and wind environment in public open space -Survey and analysis in Saitama New Urban Center area- Reviewed

    Kaoru Matsuo, Rui Izumiyama, Shihona Arai, Akiko Tanimura, Yusuke Horie, Riki Nomoto

    The Jounal of Public Space   5 ( 2 )   2020.01

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  • Study on Methodology for Scoring Sequential Urban Landscape in Osaka City Viewed from Shipboard Space Reviewed

    SAKAMOTO Mikio, MATSUO Kaoru, TAKEDA Shigeaki, KAGA Hiroyuki

    Journal of The Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture   83 ( 5 )   615 - 620   2020( ISSN:1340-8984

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    <p>This study is the case study which verifies usefulness of the methodology we have developed to score changes in sequential riverscape. We extracted 24 riverbanks worth being part of waterscape viewed from the water surface and riverbank, located in the urban area of Osaka City, created a sequential 2D image of each riverscape, identified important elements of and open spaces, and then scored them in accordance with their features relevant to sequential changes. Through the scoring, the study found that the sequential views from the water surface were categorized into four types, ranging from the richest in scenery variation to the least changeable monotonous type. Furthermore, it discovered that the middle type was divided into two subgroups by the amount of green coverage space in variation, that is, whether it serves as the basis for landscape changes or solely appears as a frequent accent. Our scoring method made it easy to grasp contributors to landscape attractiveness, including a sequence of changes and scenic spot components, as well as human viewing locations along each river. This technique has thus been proved useful in understanding the characteristics of rivers when riverfront improvement is designed and planned.</p>

    DOI: 10.5632/jila.83.615

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  • The state of a street tree management plan and a citizen participation system in local Japanese government Reviewed

    KAWAGUCHI Masatake, AKAZAWA Hiroki, TAKEDA Shigeaki, MATSUO Kaoru, KAGA Hiroyuki

    Journal of The Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture   83 ( 5 )   509 - 514   2020( ISSN:1340-8984

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    <p>In this study, we will understand the actual situation of street trees maintenance management systems in local governments in Japan and the development status of street trees maintenance management plans and management guidelines. Next, this study was to understand the current state of the street trees maintenance management system and its impact, and to investigate the problems of citizen's participation in street trees maintenance management. As a result, street trees maintenance work is mainly done in the civil engineering road sector. In large local governments, staff specializes in landscaping, while in small local governments, it's mainly civil engineering. In addition, most street trees management methods are outsourced by contractors, with less than half direct management by staff. The policy to maintain street trees is positioned in many local government green master plans. Since 2015, local governments have developed conservation plans for street trees and are working on sound conservation. Since the 2000s, local governments have been working on maintenance management systems with the participation of residents. Most of them are road beautification activities based on adaptive systems. In the future, the challenge will be to further expand the system and raise citizen's interest and value perception.</p>

    DOI: 10.5632/jila.83.509

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  • 人口減少時代の都市ヒートアイランド現象緩和型土地利用配置方針に関する研究-中国地方主要都市における検討- Reviewed

    石橋和也、大田修平、横山真、松尾薫、田中貴宏

    日本建築学会環境系論文集 雑誌   84 ( 762 )   771 - 781   2019.08

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  • EVALUATING LAND USE SCENARIO WITH POPULATION DECREASING FROM THE VIEWPOINT OF URBAN HEAT ISLAND MITIGATION: A study in the major cities in Chugoku region Reviewed

    ISHIBASHI Kazuya, OTA Shuhei, YOKOYAMA Makoto, MATSUO Kaoru, TANAKA Takahiro

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   84 ( 762 )   771 - 781   2019.08( ISSN:1348-0685

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    In recent years, the temperature rise of the city caused by global warming and urban heat island phenomenon is regarded as a problem in Japan, and the necessity of urban development considering that mitigation is pointed out. The main factors of the urban heat island phenomenon are an increase in anthropogenic heat release and an increase in urban land use, and mitigating temperature rise by changing urban land cover to natural land cover (for example, green land).

     Meanwhile, Japan is beginning to enter declining population era, and various problems caused by downgrading of urban district accompanying this are going to be concerned in the future. The need for "compact city" has been pointed out as a countermeasure, and examination of future land use arrangement is required. In the previous researches, authors will first prepare future land use deployment scenarios for the specific cities, predict and evaluate future city climate under those scenarios, and make effective land use arrangement from the viewpoint of mitigation of the city high temperature are considering. However, since the climate characteristics differ among cities, the appropriate land use scenario in each city may be different.

     Based on such background, it is thought that urban development should be considered in consideration of mitigation of high-temperature urbanization. And it is also thought that cities in Chugoku region has several climate characteristics (Tottori, Matsue, Okayama, Hiroshima, Yamaguchi). Authors first created the direction of urban area consolidation under the declining population as scenarios for each land use. Then numerical simulation by meso weather model WRF for each scenario is carried out.

     Authors set four scenarios: master plan scenario, sea breeze effect oriented scenario, distributed green scenario, suburban green scenario. Through the relative comparison of the results under each scenario, the objective is to grasp the suitable land use scenario for mitigating the urban warming for each city.

     According to the results of numerical simulation, it is inferred sea breeze effect scenario are effective in cities with less wind pattern of urban areas, and distributed green scenarios are more effective in cities with lower relative humidity. In addition, the master plan scenario and the suburban green scenarios are found to be less effective being compared with the other two scenarios. The scenario in which the average temperature in the urban area is the lowest is sea breeze effect scenario in Tottori, Matsue, Yamaguchi and the one in which distributed green scenario in Okayama, Hiroshima.

     As a conclusion, the land use scenario which has larger influences on the mitigation urban warming is different in each city. It is thought that it is necessary to make the strategic land use plan considering the local climate characteristics of each city in the future.

    DOI: 10.3130/aije.84.771

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  • Analysis of Spatial and Temporal Distribution Patterns of Temperatures in Urban and Rural Areas: Making Urban Environmental Climate Maps for Supporting Urban Environmental Planning and Management in Hiroshima Reviewed

    Kaoru Matsuo, Takahiro Tanaka

    Sustainable Cities and Society 雑誌   47   2019.05

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  • 沿岸部の中高層市街地における街路の風・気温分布の分析および風通し改善モデルの検討-海風活用を目的とした風通し改善策の提案に向けて- Reviewed

    田中健太、矢上優希、横山真、田中貴宏、松尾薫、佐土原聡

    都市計画論文集 雑誌   53 ( 3 )   1305 - 1312   2018.10

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  • 沿岸都市における夏季気温分布形成要因分析および都市気候ゾーニング手法に関する研究-谷戸地形を有する横浜市における都市環境気候図(クリマアトラス)作成を目的として- Reviewed

    佐々木唯、松尾薫、横山真、田中貴宏、佐土原聡

    日本建築学会環境系論文集 雑誌   83 ( 751 )   769 - 779   2018.09

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  • Sea breeze effect mapping for mitigating summer urban warming: For making urban environmental climate map of Yokohama and its surrounding area Reviewed

    Yui Sasaki, Kaoru Matsuo, Makoto Yokoyama, Masaru Sasaki, TakahiroTanaka, Satoru Sadohara

    Urban Climate 雑誌   24   529 - 550   2018.06

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  • 海風効果を活用した将来土地利用シナリオの提案と評価-神奈川県における都市高温化影響緩和型コンパクトシティの土地利用シナリオに関する研究 その2- Reviewed

    横山真、松尾薫、田中貴宏、佐土原聡

    日本建築学会環境系論文集 雑誌   83 ( 745 )   301 - 311   2018.03

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  • 「潜在自然気候」の概念を用いた都市化の影響評価と海風効果マップ作成-神奈川県における都市高温化影響緩和型コンパクトシティの土地利用シナリオに関する研究 その1- Reviewed

    横山真、松尾薫、田中貴宏、佐土原聡

    日本建築学会環境系論文集 雑誌   82 ( 741 )   939 - 948   2017.11

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  • 広島市における夏季の気温・湿度分布推定および冷房負荷の分布特性に関する研究-メソ気象モデルWRFを用いた検討- Reviewed

    大田修平、松尾薫、横山真、佐々木唯、田中貴宏

    都市計画論文集 雑誌   52 ( 3 )   739 - 746   2017.10

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  • Impacts of land use changes from the Hanoi Master Plan 2030 on urban heat islands: Part 1. Cooling effects of proposed green strategies Reviewed

    Tetsu Kubota, Han Soo Lee, Andhang Rakhmat Trihamdani, Tran Thi Thu Phuong, TakahiroTanaka, Kaoru Matsuo

    Sustainable Cities and Society 雑誌   32   295 - 317   2017.07

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  • 臨海部の中高層市街地における風通し改善モデルの提案-横浜市関外地区を対象とした風環境数値シミュレーションによる分析- Reviewed

    佐々木優、横山真、松尾薫、田中貴宏、佐土原聡

    都市計画論文集 雑誌   51 ( 3 )   589 - 595   2016.10

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  • 沿岸都市及びその周辺地域における夏季の気温分布形成要因に関する研究-神奈川県全域を対象とした夏季多点同時気温実測に基づく分析- Reviewed

    佐々木唯、松尾薫、横山真、佐々木優、田中貴宏、佐土原聡

    都市計画論文集] 雑誌   51 ( 3 )   596 - 602   2016.10

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  • 広島平野における夏季日中の海風が気温分布に及ぼす影響に関する研究-海風による気温緩和効果の地図化を目的として- Reviewed

    松尾薫、田中貴宏

    日本建築学会環境系論文集 雑誌   81 ( 721 )   283 - 293   2016.03

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  • 広島平野における夏季の気温分布に関する研究-夏季多点同時気温観測による気温分布形成要因の分析- Reviewed

    松尾薫、田中貴宏

    日本建築学会環境系論文集 雑誌   80 ( 717 )   1073 - 1082   2015.11

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  • 臨海部中高層市街地の街路における周辺物的特性が地上付近の気温分布に与える影響-横浜市みなとみらい21地区および関内地区を対象とした実測調査- Reviewed

    佐々木優、横山真、松尾薫、田中貴宏、佐土原聡

    都市計画論文集 雑誌   50 ( 3 )   494 - 500   2015.10

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  • 盆地都市における気温分布形成要因の夏季・冬季比較-神奈川県秦野市における気温の長期多点同時観測に基づく分析- Reviewed

    松尾薫、田中貴宏、佐土原聡

    都市計画論文集 雑誌   50 ( 1 )   124 - 129   2015.04

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  • Urban Environmental Climate Maps for Urban Planning Considering Urban Heat Island Mitigation in Hiroshima Reviewed

    Kaoru Matsuo, Takahiro Tanaka

    Journal of Heat Island Institute International 雑誌   9 ( 2 )   61 - 66   2014.12

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  • メソ気象モデルを活用した集約型都市構造下の都市気候に関する研究-神奈川県を対象としたシナリオ評価- Reviewed

    横山真、松尾薫、田中貴宏、佐土原聡

    都市計画論文集 雑誌   49 ( 3 )   915 - 920   2014.10

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  • 海風影響下の沿岸都市における夏季日中の気温分布に関する研究-広島市における気温の長期多点同時観測に基づく分析- Reviewed

    松尾薫、田中貴宏

    都市計画論文集 雑誌   48 ( 3 )   819 - 824   2013.10

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  • Research on Visualization based on Climate Analysis of the Influence of Green Space on the Thermal Environment Using MSSG Model International journal

    Takumi Makio, Kaoru Matsuo, Shigeaki Takeda, Hiroyuki Kaga, Makoto Yokoyama

    ICCBEI 2023 Program Book of Abstracts   66 - 69   2023.07

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  • Analysis of Spatial Properties Inducing the Interaction in Station Squares

    水野謙吾, 加我宏之, 武田重昭, 松尾薫

    日本都市計画学会関西支部研究発表会講演概要集(Web)   21   2023( ISSN:2189-8081

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  • A Study on the Role of Private Organizations in Community Development Utilizing Public Space

    舟瀬優月, 松尾薫, 武田重昭, 加我宏之

    日本都市計画学会関西支部研究発表会講演概要集(Web)   21   2023( ISSN:2189-8081

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  • The Potential of the Open Spaces at Osaka Business Park as Workplaces from the Perspective of Knowledge Creation

    杉原るる, 松尾薫, 武田重昭, 加我宏之

    日本都市計画学会関西支部研究発表会講演概要集(Web)   21   2023( ISSN:2189-8081

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  • 広島市都心部の暑熱緩和型計画支援ツール作成に関する研究 : 街路毎の熱環境の現況分析及び特性把握—Study on Heat Mitigation Planning Support Tool in the urban central area in Hiroshima : Analysis and characterization of the thermal environment of each street

    45   407 - 410   2022.03

  • 都市環境改善・減災のための人口減少適応型グリーンインフラ計画に関する研究(その1)広島県呉市における夏季の気温・風分布分析—A Study on the Green Infrastructure Planning for Urban Environment Improvement and Disaster Mitigation in the Population Decline(Part1)The Analysis of Temperature and Wind Distribution in the Summer of Kure City, Hiroshima Prefecture

    45   727 - 730   2022.03

  • The character of Nakanoshima, Osaka, based on water and green landscape

    Inoue Miyu, Matsuo Kaoru, Takeda Shigeaki, Kaga Hiroyuki

    Proceedings of The City Planning Institute of Japan, Kansai Branch   20 ( 0 )   129 - 132   2022( ISSN:1348592X ( eISSN:21898081

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    The aim of this study was to investigate the character of Nakanoshima through an evaluation of the landscape from the perspective of water and greenery. First, 1,804 photos are taken on October 2021. Next, the photos were classified into the stream axis river-view and the opposite shore river-view, and analyzed them by inside and outside of Nakanoshima. And the composition of the landscape was evaluated by combining the appearance forms of water and green. As a result, it was found that in the stream axis view, in addition to the view with perspective emphasis by water and green on both sides, the floor surface and the banded water surface accentuate the greenery as a background, and in the opposite shore view, the superimposed landscape of water and green and the enclosed landscape where the water surface is emphasized by the green support the character of Nakanoshima.

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  • A study of Chayamachi district’s public spaces on the use by staying people

    Yokomura Masaru, Matsuo Kaoru, Takeda Shigeaki, Kaga Hiroyuki

    Proceedings of The City Planning Institute of Japan, Kansai Branch   20 ( 0 )   133 - 136   2022( ISSN:1348592X ( eISSN:21898081

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    The purpose of this study is to clarify the characteristics of the use by conducting a survey of Chayamachi district, where there are some public spaces with different characteristics. The actual situation of use was understood by the following method. A route census survey conducted in October 2021 on weekdays and holidays, and we confirmed them by weekday / holiday, time period, and space type. As a result, we found that the public spaces in the Chayamachi district accommodate a variety of user groups, with different trends in use on weekdays and holidays and at different time period. Also, their public spaces are used differently according to the different characteristics of the space, such as spaces that are used for long time and spaces that are used for temporary time. Therefore, the district as a whole accommodate the different purposes of use of the people who spend time in the district.

    DOI: 10.11361/cpijkansai.20.0_133

  • A study on the using and understanding environment by park users

    Nakamura Mirei, Matsuo Kaoru, Takeda Shigeaki, Kaga Hiroyuki

    Proceedings of The City Planning Institute of Japan, Kansai Branch   20 ( 0 )   17 - 20   2022( ISSN:1348592X ( eISSN:21898081

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    This study aims to discuss the using and understanding environment by park users based on "active approach" for the environment to bring outdoor equipment and "discernible approach" for the environment to select appropriate locations. A survey of the actual conditions of park users was conducted at eight parks located in the six wards of central Osaka City in September-October 2021 and identified 365 groups. 51 types of "active approach" can be identified among them many users bring rug for casual relaxation. 22 types of "discernible approach" can be identified among them users emphasize the natural surfaces of the canopy, floor and sides. Additionally, 151 groups of the using and understanding environment chose the environment of nature surface of canopy, floor, sides. Among them, 140 groups talk, eat or drink and take a rest. Therefore, we can confirm the using and understanding environment according to each purpose by park users.

    DOI: 10.11361/cpijkansai.20.0_17

  • A Discussion of Green Environment Based on Climate Analysis Maps with WRF Model in Sakai City

    Nakamoto Sumire, Matsuo Kaoru, Takeda Shigeaki, Kaga Hiroyuki

    Proceedings of The City Planning Institute of Japan, Kansai Branch   20 ( 0 )   81 - 84   2022( ISSN:1348592X ( eISSN:21898081

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    In this study, to explore the ideal green environment for mitigating high temperatures in Sakai City, we used the meso-scale meteorological model WRF to analyze the current climate in August 2020 and the climate under the scenario of conservation and maintenance of the green environment with reference to the green future vision map of the ""Basic Plans for Greening,"" and created and compared the respective climate analysis maps.The results showed that during the daytime, the effect of the area greening was larger in the inland area, which is less affected by sea winds, and smaller in the coastal area.During the night, the temperature reduction effect of the green maintenance of the axis was clearly observed. In addition, it was suggested that the preservation of the existing hills and conservation and improvement of adjacent farmland will promote the effect of cool air flow and mitigate the high temperatures due to the integrated green environment.

    DOI: 10.11361/cpijkansai.20.0_81

  • Research on the influencing of street characteristics on pedestrian volume in commercial and business area

    日本建築学会中国支部研究報告集 日本建築学会中国支部 編   44   777 - 780   2021.03

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  • A Residents Participatory Workshop for Pre-event Recovery Planning Considered Tsunami Disaster in Coastal Area in Japan : post-workshop feedback survey

    日本建築学会中国支部研究報告集 日本建築学会中国支部 編   44   709 - 712   2021.03

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  • A Study on Temperature Distribution in Summer in Fukuyama City, Hiroshima Prefecture

    日本建築学会中国支部研究報告集 日本建築学会中国支部 編   44   465 - 468   2021.03

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  • Making urban environment design advice map to support urban thermal environment counter measures in summer : Analysis of thermal environment and pedestrian traffic in the urban central area in Hiroshima

    日本建築学会中国支部研究報告集 日本建築学会中国支部 編   44   461 - 464   2021.03

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  • Research on the process of community participation in excellent case of closed school’s utilization

    FUNASE Yuzuki, MATSUO Kaoru, TAKEDA Shigeaki, KAGA Hiroyuki

    Proceedings of The City Planning Institute of Japan, Kansai Branch   19   65 - 68   2021( ISSN:1348-592X ( eISSN:2189-8081

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    With the declining birthrate, schools are being consolidated nationwide. It is required to make effective use of closed school facilities based on the actual conditions and needs of the community, and it is important to participate in the community in the process of discussion of the usage and operation. In this study, the characteristics of community participation in the utilization of closed schools were first grasped from 76 excellent cases nationwide, and then the detailed process from consideration to management of the utilization of closed schools was clarified from four excellent cases in Hyogo prefecture. We explored the main points of community participation in the utilization of closed schools in. There is community participation in half of the excellent cases nationwide. In the discussion process, It is effective for the local community to form an organization and collaborate with the local government, to use methods such as workshops and social experiments based on consensus building at meetings, and to consider flexible ideas with the participation of experts and young people.

    DOI: 10.11361/cpijkansai.19.0_65

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  • A study on the use of space by staying people in a large urban park in Osaka

    ASHIDA Ryo, MATSUO Kaoru, TAKEDA Shigeaki, KAGA Hiroyuki

    Proceedings of The City Planning Institute of Japan, Kansai Branch   19   93 - 96   2021( ISSN:1348-592X ( eISSN:2189-8081

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    The purpose of this study was to clarify the characteristics of the use of different spaces for different purposes by conducting a survey of the actual conditions of stay in the East Park of Utsubo Park. The tendency of visitors to stay in the park was examined by time of day, weekday, and holiday, and then by space (parkway type and area type) and by the presence or absence of elements that support actions and behaviors. As a result, it was confirmed that people used the parkway and area spaces differently according to their purposes, and especially in the lawn and forest areas, there was an active approach to the space, as seen in the creation of a place to live. In the future, it will be necessary to plan comfortable spaces based on the human behavior of use.

    DOI: 10.11361/cpijkansai.19.0_93

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  • Elucidation of the attraction effect by symbolizing the sequence landscape on the historical ancient road "Narihira-michi"

    OGIHARA Mika, MATSUO Kaoru, TAKEDA Shigeaki, KAGA Hiroyuki

    Proceedings of The City Planning Institute of Japan, Kansai Branch   19   33 - 36   2021( ISSN:1348-592X ( eISSN:2189-8081

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    Kodo is a valuable historical resource that has supported exchanges between regions as a place for people and goods to move. On the other hand, in modern times, traveling by car has become the mainstream, and the attractiveness of the landscape that can be felt by walking has been lost. The historical ancient road "Ariwara no Narihira" is said to have been passed by Ariwara no Narihira, a poet of the Heian period, to Princess Kawachi. It is located in Yao City from the current Tenri City, and is popular as a walking route. There is. In this study, the attractive effect was clarified by symbolizing the spatial structure of the sequence landscape of the business flat road. Regarding symbolization, we applied Lynch's method of symbolizing sequence landscapes on highways to pedestrian spaces, and applied "sense of space and movement" and "position of gaze objects" consisting of nodes, landmarks, districts, and edges. We identified and analyzed the "look" and searched for the attraction effect.

    DOI: 10.11361/cpijkansai.19.0_33

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  • 41088 広島市の都市環境気候地図の作成に関する研究 その8 広島市デルタ市街地における気温分布形成要因の分析

    松尾 薫, 井上 莞志, 田中 健太, 横山 真, 田中 貴宏

    ( 2020 )   2295 - 2296   2020.09

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  • 7244 津波被害が予想される地域における事前復興計画策定のための住民ワークショップに関する研究 -和歌山県由良町神谷地区を対象として-

    赤松 一澄, 田村 将太, 田中 貴宏, 松尾 薫, 横山 真

    ( 2020 )   571 - 572   2020.09

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  • 41089 広島市の都市環境気候地図の作成に関する研究 その9 広島市都心部における気温分布の現状分析

    井上 莞志, 田中 健太, 松尾 薫, 横山 真, 田中 貴宏

    ( 2020 )   2297 - 2298   2020.09

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  • A Residents Participatory Workshop for Pre-event Recovery Planning Considered Tsunami Disaster in Coastal Area in Japan : Case Study in Kamiya, Wakayama

    日本建築学会中国支部研究報告集 日本建築学会中国支部 編   43   833 - 836   2020.02

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  • A Study on urban environment design guideline for urban thermal environment improvement Analysis of thermal environment in the urban central area in Hiroshima Delta

    日本建築学会中国支部研究報告集 日本建築学会中国支部 編   43   401 - 404   2020.02

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  • The role and potential of edible landscape in regional revitalization

    Fujiwara Yumiko, Matsuo Kaoru, Takeda Shigeaki, Kaga Hiroyuki

    Proceedings of The City Planning Institute of Japan, Kansai Branch   18   9 - 12   2020( ISSN:1348-592X ( eISSN:2189-8081

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    In this research, we grasped the role of edible landscape in regional revitalization from its history in the world and its activities in Japan, and explored the potential. In the surveys, we conducted bibliographic surveys and interviews on the case of edible landscape in Japan managed by local residents. As a result, edible landscape has not only food security but also a role of comprehensive regional revitalization including educational meaning, economic effect, and community revitalization. Also, in each process from planting to eating of edible plants, in addition to the collaboration with neighborhood associations, the theme of edible may induce the collaboration with public organizations and various stakeholders such as companies and community organizations.

    DOI: 10.11361/cpijkansai.18.0_9

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  • Effects of installing street furniture on the interaction of the people in public space: In case of a social experiment in Amagasaki Central Park

    Hattori Miki, Matsuo Kaoru, Takeda Shigeaki, Kaga Hiroyuki

    Proceedings of The City Planning Institute of Japan, Kansai Branch   18   5 - 8   2020( ISSN:1348-592X ( eISSN:2189-8081

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    A place where people are interacting each other is said to be the good place in public space. The purpose of this study is to find the effect of installing street furniture in public space on the interaction of the people. We conducted a social experiment by installing some sets of table and chair in the fountain square in Amagasaki Central Park and observed behaviors of people in there. The sets of table and chair were set in two ways, one is along the fountain, the other is in one place. This experiment was found that people sitting on the installed chairs have a higher ratio of “eating/drinking”, “talking with their family or friends” and “seeing strangers” than people sitting on the fountain. In addition, behaviors of people talking with strangers are observed when the sets were set in one place. Therefore, the installation of street furniture in public space may stimulate the interaction of the people.

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  • A study of Midosuji's space maintenace from changes in staying behavior between 2 periods of time: By analyzing comparatively of investigation in 2009 and 2019

    Muto Ayaka, Matsuo Kaoru, Takeda Shigeaki, Kaga Hiroyuki

    Proceedings of The City Planning Institute of Japan, Kansai Branch   18   65 - 68   2020( ISSN:1348-592X ( eISSN:2189-8081

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    Midosuji is working on space redesign to transform the street for pedestrians from for cars. In recent years, number of population and tourists in surrounding areas are increasing and the people’s needs to midosuji has changed greatly. This study looks for the changes in staying behavior between 10years by analyzing comparatively on results of investigation about midosuji’s pedestrians’ staying behavior from Yodoyabashi to Namba in 2009 to the same investigation done in 2019. by examining the changes in physical characteristics of sidewalk as well as roadside private site and staying behavior characteristics the ways for forward space maintenances were searched. The characteristics of staying behavior are largely different in each area, and space maintenance are required depending on those situations for each area, such as to ensure walkable space by widening the sidewalk or introduction of sidewalk café.

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  • 40380 広島市の都市環境気候地図の作成に関する研究 その6 海風の河川遡上による気温緩和効果の把握

    松尾 薫, 横山 真, 田中 貴宏, 杉山 徹

    ( 2019 )   811 - 812   2019.07

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  • 7152 中国地方主要都市における人口減少時代のヒートアイランド現象緩和型緑地配置に関する研究 その2

    石橋 和也, 横山 真, 松尾 薫, 田中 貴宏

    ( 2019 )   331 - 332   2019.07

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  • 40381 広島市の都市環境気候地図の作成に関する研究 その7 河川周辺市街地における熱環境・風環境の形成要因分析

    横山 真, 松尾 薫, 田中 貴宏, 杉山 徹

    ( 2019 )   813 - 814   2019.07

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  • Analysis of thermal environment in the plain part of Hiroshima city and the influence of coastal topography on the cooling effect of sea breeze

    日本建築学会中国支部研究報告集 日本建築学会中国支部 編   42   351 - 354   2019.03

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  • A Study on Heat Mitigation Measures in Urban Areas with Rivers Analysis of wind and temperature distribution in the center of Hiroshima city

    日本建築学会中国支部研究報告集 日本建築学会中国支部 編   42   355 - 358   2019.03

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  • Practical Experiences II A in Environmental Sciences and Technology

    2021    

  • Urban Environmental Planning and Design

    2021    

  • Practical Experiences I in Environmental Sciences and Technology

    2021    

  • Practice in Geographical Surveying and Information System

    2021   Practical Training  

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  • GISday in 大阪

    Role(s): Planning, management, etc.

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