Since the Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake, Japan has experienced numerous disasters. This study aims to review the research trends of reconstruction planning in Japan, focusing on architecture, urban planning, and civil engineering since 1995. We found that the number of reconstruction planning researches has significantly increased since 1995. There has been a considerable amount of research on individual cases and a dearth of research aiming to systematize knowledge and technology. It is necessary to discuss integrated and multilinear reconstruction planning, and time and spatial transferability of reconstruction planning, to systematize such accumulation.