This study investigates how Kamikatsu, a town in Tokushima Prefecture, Japan, has established a local brand and how it is recognized by incomers to the town. It also analyzes Kamikatsu’s signature agriculture project, called the “Irodori Project,” and a policy aimed at eliminating waste, the “Zero Waste Campaign.” The results reveal that recognition of the town has increased not only in economic terms but also in the cultural sphere through the Irodori Project, whereby elderly people, who are in charge of the project, work with enthusiasm, making full use of IT equipment. Announcing the “Zero Waste Declaration” for the first time in Japan and separating waste into 34 categories have led to the establishment of the local brand that proclaims Kamikatsu as a community where the town hall and the residents work in cooperation to realize innovative environmental measures. These two major projects have made Kamikatsu an attractive destination for young people from other communities seeking career opportunities. It can be said that Kamikatsu is establishing a new aspect of local branding, based on the concept of it being a promising town where it is possible to adopt a new lifestyle.