Abstract：This paper introduces the "Masumoto Craft Month" urban large-scale craft event in Japan, and sorts out the process of
its formation with its historical background. Based on the field survey conducted by scholars such as Aya Ichinose, this
paper analyzes and discusses the management mode of this important urban craft event, which lasts for one month, in
the society, the planning of the event in urban space, and the characteristics of the use of space on the site. It explains
the perfect model of "Craft month" in Matsumoto, Japan, and its positive impact on the city image and urban landscape
from the perspective of urban design.