佐賀県における伝統的魚介類食の地域差  [in Japanese] Geographical Differentiation of Traditional Seafood Meals in Saga Prefecture, Japan  [in Japanese]

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<p>本研究の目的は,佐賀県域における伝統的地域文化としての魚介類食の特性を明らかにすること,そしてそれらの地域差と分布要因を解明することである。研究の結果は,以下のようにまとめることができる。第一に,県内各地365件のアンケート調査の結果,佐賀県域には,魚介類食摂食地域の分布パターンとして,8つの分類,すなわち,①凡県域高摂食型,②凡県域中摂食型,③沿岸広域摂食型,④玄界灘沿岸域摂食型,⑤有明海沿岸・佐賀平野域摂食型,⑥内陸・山間地域摂食型,⑦その他の地域摂食型,⑧消滅危機直面型を見出すことができた。第二に,伝統的魚介類食の展開の背景には,様々な歴史・経済・文化的要因がはたらいていた。分布の市町村別展開をみると,高摂食地域は,高齢化の進む内陸山間町村,中位が沿岸の漁業・都市地域,下位が内陸農村・都市地域に展開していた。伝統的魚介類食は,貴重な地域文化である。それゆえに,その記録を残すこと,さらにそれらを使った地域振興を考えていくことが重要である。</p>

<p>The purpose of this study was to clarify the regional features of traditional seafood meals and their distribution factors in Saga Prefecture. The results are summarized as follows. It was revealed that there are eight distribution types of seafood meals: Type1 is the Pan-prefecture area (High frequency of eating). Type2 is the Pan-prefecture area (Medium frequency of eating). Type3 is the wide coastal area. Type4 is the coast of <i>Genkai-Nada</i>. Type5 is the coast of <i>Ariake-Kai</i> with the Saga plains area. Type6 is the inland and mountainous area. Type7 represents other areas. Type8 represents meals in areas that are disappearing. The distribution of the traditional seafood meals was dependent upon historical, economic and cultural factors. We also found that the frequencies of eating of the traditional seafood meals varied according to who they are and where they live; those who ate them most frequently were the aged living in inland and mountainous areas, followed by the people living in coastal fishing villages and towns/cities, and then those people living in inland villages and towns/cities. The traditional seafood meals are important cultural treasures of the region. Therefore, it is necessary not only to keep a record of them, but to also use them for activation of the region.</p>

Journal

  • Japanese Journal of Human Geography

    Japanese Journal of Human Geography 69(4), 485-499, 2017

    The Human Geographical Society of Japan

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  • NII Article ID (NAID)
    130006394648
  • NII NACSIS-CAT ID (NCID)
    AN00123110
  • Text Lang
    JPN
  • ISSN
    0018-7216
  • NDL Article ID
    028867836
  • NDL Call No.
    Z8-440
  • Data Source
    NDL  J-STAGE 
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