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漁港轉型兼具遊艇碼頭功能之區域選擇因子的台灣與日本差異性

Differences between Taiwan and Japan in the Regional Selection Factors of Transition of Fishing ports with the Function of Marina

Ching-Min Yang

Coastal and Offshore Resources Research Center, Fisheries Research Institute, Council of Agriculture, Kaohsiung

Chi-Chang Lai

Coastal and Offshore Resources Research Center, Fisheries Research Institute, Council of Agriculture, Kaohsiung

Jia-Sin He

Coastal and Offshore Resources Research Center, Fisheries Research Institute, Council of Agriculture, Kaohsiung

Jinn-Shing Weng

Coastal and Offshore Resources Research Center, Fisheries Research Institute, Council of Agriculture, Kaohsiung

  The fishing port has been transformed into a waterfront scenic spot where yachts are anchored, which is very attractive for regional revitalization and place-making. Japan is an experienced nation while Taiwan is still in its infancy. For understanding the differences between Taiwan and Japan in the regional selection factors of transition of fishing ports with the function of marina, 4 dimensions (A. environment and conditions of parking area; B. the needs of the industry; C. the facility construction and operation; D. the development of policy) and 14 factors were constructed to help fishing ports managers determine the most appropriate location for this issue. We are using AHP method and interviews to quantify their preference weights, and the reasons for consideration when selecting factors on this issue. The research results found differences between Taiwan and Japan. Taiwanese fishing port managers placed emphasis on the “A. environment and conditions of parking area”. On the contrary, Japanese fishing port managers regarded “C. the facility construction and operation” as the most important dimension. The factors of consensus included: C3.Operation profit, rational and elastic charging standards; B4.The needs to resolve conflicts of the fishing industry; D2.Recognition of local residents; D3.Support and integration of government and its policies. The research results will provide a reference for the place-making, and it is expected that local residents and fishing villages can participate together to beautify the area and improve the quality of life.


Keywords: fishing ports, place-making, marina, regional selection factors

​發表場次資訊

地方創生 (中+英) Oral Presentation on Regional Revitalization

2:10 PM - 3:30 PM