his study focuses on waterfronts which are a source of ecosystem services and are now one of the rare urban natural elements, based on the idea that it is essential to maintain and further a sound relationship between ecosystem services and human wellbeing, in order to recreate today\'s cities to sustainable eco-cities. Assuming that the environmental value of a waterscape reflects land value, waterfront spaces in Osaka City were selected and the impact of their waterscapes on land value was considered. It will be necessary in the future to further clarify the impact in question by conducting quantitative analysis based on the site location factor which is considered for land appraisal.
IMPACT ON LAND VALUE OF WATERSCAPE AS PART OF ECOSYSTEM SERVICES // Electronic periodical “Herald of the International Academy of Sciences. Russian Section”, 2017. Issue #1: 39—42