The research has studied the space organization processes which resulted from the varied production systems of capitalism and restructuring of some areas in the Incheon area from the late 1930s until the early 1940s. It is found out that the spatial policy and organization in the colony was to maximize the profit of large Japanese enterprises corresponding to the national policy of Japan as a way of offering optimal space conditions. Moreover, the functional areas as well as various facilities created as new space are confirmed to have been facilitated by spatial division of nations and classes. Above all, the capital production systemchanged the structure of industry accompanied by the geographic variation of urban spaces in the Incheon area through the reclamation of tidelands or expansion the marginal land. In other words, the earlier urban spaces of Incheon were centered mainly on the Chunggu district of today with institutions of finance and commerce or commodity industries around the port zone, but its features were transformed into the Great Incheon and Kyungin Industry Zone with the formation of new industrial spaces. The organization of the Incheon region in the late of 1930s was diverged into a Japanese commercial area , a Japanese housing zone , and Korean housing zone(Burak) around the port area, which denotes the restructuring industrial sites by the theory of a continental army supply base, in keeping the frame of divergence of organization. Today, the spatial features of Incheon and the composition of factory foundation and migrating laborforces at the end of the 1930s are being resolved into historical monuments to imperialist planning of space policy and social conflicts. The result of industrial space policy remains as a plan based upon the theory of a continental army supply base during the warring period of the late 1930s.