- Japan Society of Civil Engineers
- 土木史研究 (ISSN:09167293)
- vol.11, pp.259-264, 1991-06-05 (Released:2010-06-15)
The environmental planning become to involve the spatial identicalcharacteristics found out by means of analysis on historical literacy, written books, drawn maps and soon.This study is to produce a concept in event management aiming environmentalb etterment from interpretation the contents of aqua-culture of the noted springs and wells on Uemachi-hill.The results from these analyses as follows: 1) the fresh springs and wells of Uemachi-hill were indispensable for lives of peoplc in Osaka especially before 1890. 2) Before modern water supply, water carriers named as MIZUYA delivered clean water to citizens. 3) In Edo era peoples were conscious of the nature of pureness, sweetness, sustainability and holliness as drinking water.Then we planed and managed an public-participated event named as ‘UEMACHI-DAICHIMIZU MEGUR I’ in which the concept introduced from the historically relationship of human and springs/wells of Uemachi-hill had the main theme as‘You play as MINYA.’ articipants enjoyed town watching and to bring water in one well and to throw water into another dried-up well as a ceremony for environmental resuscitation.