This study examined processes by contextual affection to a park from stakeholders with sociocultural perspective. Based on natural properties of Kamokamonakajim located on a floodolain, the history of Nakajima Park began with the holding of a modern event called a product show in 1887 in light with Sapporo residents and wise executive officials regarding the characteristics of the Kamokamonakajima to be early modernism and scenic beauty. After the park opened, the area around the pond was used in a early modern way, at the same time as sports festivals, art exhibitions and other modern usages of the facilities and open space were made to accompany the modernization of society. After an exhibition held in 1918, streetcars were established, athletic field facilities were introduced and 2nd attendance by the Princes saw the development of the southern district in terms of functioning as a place of gathering for sporting games and cultural events. This park conserved its early modern scenic beauty around the pond through the period of confusion during and following the war, and at the same time recovered a diversity of modern facilities for gathering of people, resulting in the establishment within the community of Nakajima Park being a park with multiple functions.