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戦後における長崎魚市場の発展構造


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Title: 戦後における長崎魚市場の発展構造
Other Titles: Development Structure of Nagasaki Fish Market after the World War II
Authors: 片岡, 千賀之
Authors (alternative): Kataoka, Chikashi
Issue Date: Mar-2000
Publisher: 長崎大学水産学部
Citation: 長崎大学水産学部研究報告, 81, pp.117-159; 2000
Abstract: This paper describes the development process and reorganization of Nagasaki Fish Market during 1945-1964 that followed "Modern History of Fresh Fish Distribution and Fish Market in Nagasaki" on No.80 of this bulletin. In this paper,the period has been divided into three. (1) 1945-1949: With rapid fisheries revival such as trawl and purse-seine fisheries after the war, Nagasaki Fish Wholesale Company and its facilities were reorganized and rebuilt. Influential fisheries members were appointed to lead the investment and direct the company. While their handling were increasing in both volume and value, fish landing and distribution were pursued under the government control the same as that in fishing activity. (2) 1951-1954: By resolving govenment control system, free fish trade in the market were revived. Middle-wholesalers and fish retailers came back to the previous jobs where they were dealing with the real demand. Fish handling were increasing continuously due to the increase of fish landings. Nagasaki Prefectural Fisheries Co-operative Association tried to establish another fish market in Nagasaki, but it was failed later due to the lack of capital and the irregularity of poor catch of purse-seine fisheries which supposed to be their main support. (3) 1955-1964: With expansion of fishing ground and fish consumption, Nagasaki Fish Market was further growing. The displacement of the market location encouraged this situation and therefore, their handling in volume reached a peack in 1960. However it turned to decrease because of the variation of resources and use of alternative fish handling ports besides Nagasaki. Finally this paper examines the comparison of Nagasaki Fish Market with other nearby fish markets. As there was a wide range of fisheries and expansion of fishing ground, the fishermen began to choose the fish landing place. Nagasaki Fish Market has advantage and disadvantage in location as it is near fishing grounds but far away from big consuming areas, resulting in low price formation. Another characteristics of Nagasaki Fish Market is that more than half of landed fish are sent directly to big cities without auction within its market.
Keywords: 長崎魚市場 / Nagasaki Fish Market / 水産物卸売業 / fish wholesale / 水産物流通 / fish distribution
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/29722
ISSN: 05471427
Type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Text Version: publisher
Appears in Collections:第81号

Citable URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10069/29722

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