By Y Hirayama
Bringing jointly a couple of views at the eastern housing method, Housing and Social Transition in Japan presents a entire, not easy and theoretically built account of the dynamic function of the housing process in the course of a interval of remarkable social and monetary switch in a single of the main enigmatic social, political, and monetary structures of the fashionable international. whereas Japan demonstrates some of the features of a few western housing and social structures, together with mass homeownership and consumption-based life, huge monetary development and speedy city modernization has been completed in stability with conventional social values and the upkeep of the relatives approach. Helpfully divided into 3 sections, Housing and Social Transition in Japan: explores the dynamics of the improvement of the housing procedure in post-war Japan offers with social matters regarding housing by way of social getting older, relatives relatives, gender and inequality addresses the japanese housing approach and social swap when it comes to comparative and theoretical frameworks. in addition to supplying demanding situations and insights for the tutorial group at huge, this e-book additionally presents a superb advent to the research of Japan and its housing, monetary, social and welfare method typically.
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In principle it should be left to the individual to determine what standard of housing should be enjoyed and what amount of expenditure should be spent for housing’, stressing the necessity of ‘utilizing the free market more widely’ (Housing and Land Committee, 1995). In a subsequent report in 2000, the committee emphasized a ‘market-driven direction’ for housing based on the ‘principle that housing and land should be acquired and utilized by individuals’ own efforts’ (Housing and Land Committee, 2000).
People’s housing conditions are fragmenting and relentlessly shifting, depending on various factors such as the stability of income and employment, household type, the timing of housing acquisition and the balance of asset and debt. A change in the housing sphere can be good news for certain groups and simultaneously bad news for others. A drop in housing prices works in favour of tenants who wish to purchase a home while it means the devaluation of housing assets for those who have already purchased a house.
The Rent Regulation Ordinance during and immediately after the war discouraged the provision of private rental housing and subsequently an increasing number of owner-occupied private houses began to be built (Miyake, 1985). Within a short period after the end of the war owner-occupation became the dominant housing tenure, and by the 1950s the level of home ownership increased to more than half 17 Yosuke Hirayama the housing stock. Critically, post-war Japanese society was characterized by its rapid transformation into a ‘homeowner society’ (Sumita, 1980).
Housing and Social Transition in Japan (Housing and Society Series) by Y Hirayama