Nagasaki Shows US$11 Million Casino Plan For FY2023

Nagasaki Prefecture in Japan has allocated just under 1.52 billion yen (about $11.4 million) for a draft budget for fiscal year 2023, which starts in April, to push for an integrated resort (IR) with casinos.

The metropolis filed with the government in April last year, but is awaiting answers from central authorities in common with other hopefuls for the casino resort of Osaka.

Nagasaki has commented on its 438.3 billion yen plan to be located in Sasebo (pictured) with commercial partners Casino Austria International Japan Inc, but has yet to publicly confirm funding.

In the draft budget, Nagasaki identified nearly 427.7 million yen in its IR propulsion division, up 147.0% from the office’s fiscal 2022 budget, according to GGRAsia’s Japan correspondent.

Within the budget of the IR promotion sector, no more than N99.0 million is for “monitoring” expenses. Nearly N97.3 million is for efforts related to the upgrade of transportation infrastructure, while N74.1 million is for expenses related to meetings, incentives, meetings and exhibition (MICE) business plans.

Spending an additional 157.3 million yen within the IR driven sector budget is a cost related to measures including tackling gambling addiction, the latter a key focus of national policy on IR.

Other local government departments with IR-related items include road construction, port facilities, and international tourism promotion.

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