In order to pass Miyajima-numa on to future generations, we need to look at the issue in two ways; “wisely” and “usefully”.


This is called “wise use”, a term born of the regret we feel for all of the environment that was destroyed in the 20th century, and that is now commonly understood throughout the world.


However, actual “wise use” is not such a simple matter. This plan has been made with a view to managing both the conservation and practical use of Miyajima-numa. It reflects the suggestions of the Miyajima-numa Citizens’ Workshop and the opinions of researchers.


If we can actually make “wise use” of Miyajima-numa, it will attract attention from all over the world and become an invaluable part of Bibai’s future.