Japanese firm opens $168m resort in Danang


DANANG (Vietnam News/Asia News Network): Japanese hotel group Mikazuki opened a 13-hectare Mikazuki Japanese Resort & Spa in the central coastal city of Danang on Wednesday (June 8).

Costing VNĐ 3.9 trillion ($168.16 million), the project is located in Liên Chiểu district, providing locals and tourists with new tourism services at Japanese standards. It has a 22-storey hotel with 294 rooms and an indoor water park, the largest of its kind in the central region.

Odaka Yoshimune, chairman of the group, said Mikazuki will invest in a series of new projects in Danang, including a footbridge and a night street in Liên Chiểu.

Related procedures will be completed for these projects to start in 2023 on the 50th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Vietnam and Japan, he said.

In his address at the opening ceremony, Japanese Ambassador to Vietnam Yamada Takio said the inauguration of the building shows that the world is entering a phase of recovery and growth after the Covid-19 pandemic and that Vietnam and Japan are preparing for their 50th anniversary.

The station will soon host cultural exchanges between Danang and Japan, the diplomat said.

The chairman of the municipal people’s committee, Lê Trung Chính, said that the city always accompanies and creates the best conditions for investors.

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