Caesars Unveils Casino Resort Plans for Four Possible Venues in Japan

2018年10月30日 WorldWide


The US-based casino operator Caesars Entertainment revealed conceptual plans of integrated resorts for four prospective venues in Japan. The proposals target four cities; Tomakomai city of Hokkaido, Osaka city, Yamashita Pier of Yokohama city, Daiba of Tokyo.

The company has already proposed the Yokohama plan to the city which was collecting ideas and plans from the private sector. The plan called “Yokohama Art & Culture Park and Entertainment” expands in Yamashita Pier area which the city hopes to become a newly-developed entertainment and business region. A wave-shaped hotel, MICE facilities, attractions for families and retail shops are included in the plan.

The Hokkaido plan, which was submitted to the city and the prefectural government, represents a concept of spirits of forests, proposing the world’s first integrated eco-resort. The company proposed the plan for Osaka integrating wellness, MICE and entertainment. The Tokyo plan aimed at community building as well as offering entertainment with Japanese symbolic designs of petal-shaped structures and a paper lantern motif. (2018/10/15)