Through detailed cases, this thesis considered how a monster(Yokai) legend is combined with regional revitalization in Fukusaki, Hyogo, Japan. First, new storytelling of the Kappa was tried at the same time as installation of Kappa sculpture. Second, the image of the Kappa spreading by an attempt of sculpture and new storytelling took root as Yurukyara of Fukusaki. People visit Fukusaki because Kappa sculpture and new storytelling are amazing and funny but people visiting Fukusaki recall something `fundamental` through the Kappa sculpture. Something `fundamental` people visiting Fukusaki recall is nothing but the image of hometown. In case of Fukusaki, the Kappa sculpture amounts to this image. The Kappa sculpture installed in a pond acts as a symbol arousing the image of the good old `hometown` of people visiting this. This phenomenon is very worthy of notice from the perspective of symbiosis between person and monster(Yokai). Not only does this monster(Yokai) mean a symbol arousing `a hometown in heart` of the Japanese but also symbiosis between person and monster(Yokai) ultimately means symbiosis between person and nature.