The president of
"We're seeking a sophisticated and elegant European-style facility next to the Huis Ten Bosch theme park. We will lease some land to the company (that will operate the resort complex) and receive a small portion of the earnings,"
The southwestern prefecture of
Sawada said local people are "united" about attracting a company to operate a resort complex including a casino, shopping mall, theaters and other facilities.
"I think we are around 60 percent sure about succeeding in the bid," he added.
But Sawada said his company would not directly operate the casino complex for the meantime, citing a lack of know-how.
According to Sawada, his company is considering providing about 25,000 square meters of land currently used as Huis Ten Bosch's parking space for the resort complex.
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