2015 年 27 巻 p. 129-136
This paper will solve the consciousness structure for relocation of the residents from the aspect of risk perception and recognition of the landscape in the historic district under the risk of tsunami disaster. Interviews were conducted to 26 residents in Kuroe/Funo district in Kainan City, and the main results are as follows; Even if the risk perception is high enough, the consciousness for relocation can sometimes be low. Because the risk perception correlates with presence or absence of attachment to district landscape. As the attachment seeks for the maintenance of relevancy with the place of residence, the consciousness for relocation is counterbalanced. However, if it is limited to human relations, not spatial relations, the consciousness for relocation can sometimes be accepted.