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Preservation and Improvement of Historial Landscapes in Ancient Capitals: A Comparison between Korea and Japan

  • Journal of Tourism Sciences
  • Abbr : JTS
  • 2006, 30(1), pp.151-170
  • Publisher : The Tourism Sciences Society Of Korea
  • Research Area : Social Science > Tourism

Cho Yong Gi 1

1경주대학교

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ABSTRACT

'The Law for Ancient Capitals Preservation' was legislated by the government in 2004 for the preservation of historial landscape in Korea. This has increased the need for developing guidelines for preserving important historic and cultural places across the nation. Along this line author purports to find directions and specific guidelines for preserving landscape in ancient capital areas in Korea. To do this author observes how systematically three Japanese related-laws were legislated. It was shown that these legal enactments made the culturally important areas of Japan kept intact for preservation and renovation. The findings of the study suggest that an approach is encouraged to develope criteria for selection of preservation area, as well as finding specific ways of providing government subsidies as 'The Law for Askamura', and dividing roles between central and local government.

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