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Japan – Casinos Austria expands proposed Nagasaki footprint with cost at US$3.08bn

By - 15 December 2021

Casinos Austria International Japan and Nagasaki prefecture have published more details of the casino blueprint for Sasebo City at the Huis Ten Bosch theme park to be handed over for consideration by the Japanese government in April.

The plans have seen the project’s footprint increased to 320,000 sq. m., with the floor area of the entire IR to cover around 550,000 sq. m. at a cost of US$3.08bn, much more than any other project overseen by Casinos Austria. It will generate around 10,000 jobs and aims to attract 8.4m people a year. The MICE facility now boasts a unique design with curves.

Casinos Austria International has said it plans to operate a three floor, 9,000 square meter casino as part of its project for an integrated resort project in Nagasaki, Japan, with 220 gaming tables and 2,200 slot machines ‘offering a gaming experience of the highest international standards.’

The casino is to be located next to the Huis Ten Bosch theme park, where Nagasaki Prefecture plans to develop an integrated casino resort with eight hotels, multiple conference and exhibition centers as well as a variety of entertainment complexes in cooperation with renowned international and Japanese partners. Austria’s 5-star Hotel Sachar has been confirmed as one of the hoteliers for the project. The latest plans include a cable car to transport guests from the Huis Ten Bosch station with Casinos Austria to spend around US$129 m on infrastructure.

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