Iwami Ginzan silver mine was a top active mine from the 16th century to the 20th century, which contributed approximately one-third of the silver circulation worldwide. Although it was eventually closed in 1923 when it touched its peak in producing silver, the site remains as a world heritage and attracts a large number of tourists annually. The site is opened for tourist to visit and study the history of the attraction including its composition and the mining technology during that time. Moreover, the exhibition hall will provide replica models, video footage and excavated items from the historical site. The mine tunnel is also utilized as a tourist attraction allowing visitors to walk inside and observe. It is recorded for up to 500 shafts and galleries that had been made. Not only a tourist location, Iwami Ginzan silver mine was under a research project since 1996. Excavation is a key component of the further study, intended to reveal the substances of the 400-year history of Iwami Ginzan. The main goal of this work is to obviously comprehend the systematized mining and refinement strategies utilized as a part of the mine. All the more as of late, the concentration has moved to the support and utilization of the remains. To date, an assortment of old structures and curio have been uncovered in great condition, giving pieces of information into the lives of the mining laborers, utilization and dissemination of silver, administering frameworks, and mainstream views. Other investigations are stone structure research, paleographic and philological research, silver mine transportation route research, and scientific research.Besides the Iwami Ginzan silver mine, the town Iwami is a bucolic town with a strong foundation of history and local culture. Tourists are encouraged to interact with local people via Shimane Back Country Tourism program. After engraving on UNESCO’s World Heritage Tentative List of 2001, the quantity of visitors expanded bit by bit and came to 400,000 out of 2006. All of a sudden it swelled to 713,700 out of 2007, the time of the of authority enrollment. Finally, it rose to 813,200 out of 2008. It demonstrated the brand of World Heritage Site has a huge fascination for visitors. 88,000 tourists were recorded visiting the town in 2008, 26th of April to 6th of May.In August 2007, the occupants of the town of Omori built up “The Charter of Omori-cho Inhabitants” in three standards: “We will preserve our history, remains, and nature.”, “We will make the town where inhabitants feel safe, relieved, and agreeable.”, and “We will harmonize calm and excitement with each other in living.” This Charter pronounces their goals for the territorial recovery. Additionally, it is the product of their conservation development for a long time. The neighborhood tenants introduced the “Relationship for the Preservation of the Cultural Assets in Omori-cho” in 1957. As the consequence of their exercises, the column of houses along the road was assigned as the “Important Traditional Buildings Preservation Area” of Japan in 1987. The custom of protection movement has flourished among the occupants. Be that as it may, the brand of World Heritage Site draws in various outside individuals who need to appreciate a visit or to start a business in the town. The neighborhood occupants trust that the guests and newcomers concur with the Charter and collaborate with them. So making a new control called the “Iwami Ginzan Rule” was critically required; the guidelines about the administration of movement, keeping security, use of abandoned houses, creating a business, and more. In other words, the “Iwami Ginzan Rule” is the method for compromise of interests of the neighborhood individuals identified with the Site and its district specifically or in a roundabout way. Making the “Iwami Ginzan Rule” is one of the most recent plans of the Conference and it is underthought.During the active period of the silver mine, Iwami Ginzan Silver Mine assumed an essential part in the East Asian exchange, where silver was the main currency. In Europe and China, the mine had been known as the biggest silver mine that could compare with the prestigious Spanish provincial Cerro Rico mine of Potosí in the Viceroyalty of Peru, a present-day World Heritage Site in Bolivia. Therefore, the site is still considered as a site of historical importance. On March 3, 2008, a fund called “Iwami Ginzan Monetary Fund” was founded by the city of Ohda. The time of amassing of the fund is five years and the objective figure is three hundred million yen. Its half measure is given from private divisions to the city of Ohda and the other half is contributed from open segments, the city of Ohda and Shimane Prefecture. Until March 2009, the measure of the fund came to roughly 73 million yen. The city of Ohda judged the time has come that they spend the cash for communitarian ventures: conservation and administration of remains and destinations, rebuilding of social resources and landscape, look into, data appropriation, assurance and progression of customary culture, improvement of eco-accommodating transportation framework, and more.Up to the moment, the site is still receiving an average number of tourists every year due to the maintenance of its historical, traditional and natural elements. In 2017, the 10th Anniversary of the World Heritage Certification was celebrated. Despite it might have been packed quickly then afterward the recognition, it is getting quieter and tourists are able to y appreciate those old townscapes of the Iwami Ginzan where remains the old atmosphere.