Spatial Planning System of National Territory in Japan,China and Korea
【摘要】：正This study conducted the national territory planning system of Japan, China and Korea, on a premise to discuss possibility of integrated spatial planning of Eastern Asia. The purpose of this study is to arrange major spatial plans of three countries according to classification of urban and non-urban area, and to clarifying role of each spatial plan. As a result, Korea, the smallest country among three countries, has one system on land use, development and conservation, considering whole national territory to be one city planning area, and a role and relation of each spatial plan is comparatively clear. On the other hand, China, the largest country among three countries, although a role and relation of each spatial plan are clear in urban area, a general recognition for necessity of non-urban area planning is weak. In case of Japan, the characteristics that the spatial planning system is consisted on the division into urban area and non-urban area, is very similar to China, and there is hardly relation between these two kinds of spatial planning.