Nagasaki Prefecture polish for Casinos Austria International
Austria-headquartered Casinos Austria International has reportedly released an updated draft of its envisioned Las Vegas-style integrated casino resort for Nagasaki Prefecture. Vienna-based operator beat off competition in August to be selected as Kyushu jurisdiction’s ‘preferred operating partner” and hopes to premiere the full $3.08 billion development on a 135-acre seaside plot of land next to the Huis Ten Bosch theme park by the end of the decade.
Nagasaki Prefecture is interested in developing an integrated casino resort with Casinos Austria International. The company is planning to submit a license application to a panel of federal selectors before the April 28 deadline. Casino Austria already runs some 40 gambling facilities in 16 nations including Austria, Egypt, Belgium and Australia.
The latest draft plan from Casinos Austria International foresees the entire integrated casino resort for Nagasaki Prefecture featuring approximately 79 acres of floor space. This enterprise is to purportedly be run by the operator’s new Casino Austria international Japan Incorporated subsidiary under strict laws.
Casinos Austria International is considering adding a cable car system to the proposed development. The company has already committed to spending $129 million on infrastructure projects covering water, sewage and local airport facilities.
The operator's plan for the envisioned integrated casino resort calls for several meeting and entertainment facilities with a unique ‘curved’ design. It also plans to build a seven-level Japan House complex to exhibit local works of art under the Cool Japan concept.
Akio Hayashi is the President for Casinos Austria International Japan Incorporated. He claims that the development for Nagasaki Prefecture is being planned to offer a selection of some 2,000 hotel rooms styled around the ‘new fusion’ model. Austria”s five-star Hotel Sachar wants to be part of the envisioned project.