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Words Osaka Expo Infrastructure Development To Cost $67.5 Billion

Japan has unveiled the overall cost of hosting the 2025 World Exposition in Osaka, estimating infrastructure development at approximately 9.7 trillion yen (about $67.5 billion).


Additionally, 164.7 billion yen (approximately $1.15 billion) will be allocated to venue construction and other directly expo-related expenses. I Photo: Japan Association for the 2025 World Exposition via Kyodo



Nao Ikeda and Daichi Matsuoka reported for Mainichi Shimbun that 839 billion yen (approximately $5.83 billion) is directly related to the expo venue.


Additionally, 164.7 billion yen (approximately $1.15 billion) will be allocated to venue construction and other directly expo-related expenses. Further costs, such as expenses for events aimed at boosting momentum for the expo, will be added for fiscal 2024 or later.


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Of the infrastructure development costs directly linked to the expo venue, 758 billion yen (approximately $5.27 billion) will be set aside for improving access to the venue, such as the second phase of the Hanshin Expressway's Yodogawa-Sagan Route, which will carry shuttle buses between the venue on the Yumeshima artificial island and the city center.




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