Abrasion in coastal area of northern Central Java is severe, with abraded area exceeding 5,000 hectares which resulted in many aquaculture ponds became submerged and dissapeared. Eventhough physically the ponds are no longer visible, however the water quality is still supporting aquaculture to be carried out in that area. This paper explores the possibility that aquaculture innovation technology using an IMTA concept is suitable for abraded area in the stakeholders' point of view so that can be introduced to local community affected by abrasion to support their livelihood. This study employed rapid appraisal for aquaculture innovation system (RAAIS) to obtain data in two location in Central Java: Demak and Brebes regency and used descriptive for analysis method. Stakeholders from different background were involved representing fish farmers, government, NGOs, private sector and academics. Systemic analysis showed that both areas uncover similar constraints due to adopting the new IMTA technology. Stakeholders believed that constraints were mostly grouped as technological and institutional issues and that most problems rooted in the national level. Issues along value chain were believed by stakeholders from Brebes region may occur mostly in production area while stakeholders from Demak believed that inability to access credit deserves the blame. The possibility of using IMTA for aquaculture activity in abraded coastal area were also dicussed based on the obtained data.