"Recently in Japan, many community spaces, which have the space for drinking coffee or tea, have been established by the people who aren't specialists. The purpose of these spaces is to support lives of inhabitants, especially children, elderly people and handicapped people, by offering them opportunities of the social contacts. The establishment of these places represents that conventional institutions don't satisfy the needs of inhabitants adequately. We call these spaces ""Community-Cafes"". Inhabitants can call at there freely, can drink coffee or tea at a reasonable price, and can stay for a long time. If they want, they can talk to others, make friends and participate in regional activities or circles. At Community-Cafes, we can find people who are always there, who cherish the place concerned, and who play responsible roles there. We call such people ""the hosts of place"". Community-Cafes, where the hosts exist and inhabitants can access freely, are the semi-public places. The aim of this article is to clarify what kinds of thoughts realize the management of Community-Cafes. The objects of this article are 3 Community-Cafes; ""Lounge for Parents and Children: TOPOS"", ""Shimoshinjo-Sakuraen"" and ""Machikado-Hiroba"". The method of this article is interviews to 3 hosts of the 3 Community-Cafes. This article clarified that there are many similarities between 3 hosts' thoughts to manage Community-Cafes. The thoughts are as follows. (1)Everydayness; 3 hosts emphasize that Community-Cafes should be held everyday. (2)Flexibility of the management; to grant inhabitants' needs, 3 hosts emphasize that Community-Cafes' functions should not be fixed beforehand but be formed gradually through management. (3)Unorganized management. (4)Cooperation with various regional organizations. (5)Flexible relationship between the hosts and the guests; 3 hosts think that the hosts may talk to the guests together at Community-Cafes, and the guests may help with Community-Cafes' management. (6)Tolerance of being together without conversations. (7)Gradual arrangement; 3 hosts think that Community-Cafes should not be set up at once according to initial plan, but be arranged gradually by utilizing available things each time. We can appreciate that 3 hosts are extremely conscious, and that the existence of the hosts is extremely significant. The management of Community-Cafes realizes the restructuring of regional environment physically and socially."