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Journal of Home Economics of Japan
This research uses the North Nara-machi district as a case study, and examines changes in family structure and dwelling styles, and the sustainability of residences in this historical environment from the perspective of the trend toward one-person households. A survey in 2000 of the North Nara-machi district showed that residents were aging and showing a tendency to live separately from their children. Based on this, a new survey was conducted focusing primarily on 33 oneperson households. Thedoi:10.11428/jhej.62.783 fatcat:sldjmkbmzvg5blx6lbzuyps4si