According to the data of “Japan Land Price tochidai.info”, the land price in Japan has been rising for five consecutive years since 2013, and the annual growth rate of land prices in 2017 has increased by 6.28%. As land prices rise, house prices will naturally rise. For example, in the South Kanto metropolitan area of Tokyo, Kanagawa, Chiba, and Saitama Prefecture, house prices in these areas have risen since 2013, and Tokyo's house price index has returned to the 2000 level. Just as Japan is looking forward to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, Osaka Prefecture, the important town of Kansai, will be preparing to apply for the 2025 World Expo in June 2017. After a series of evaluations and integrations, it will officially open to international exhibitions next spring. The Bureau (BIE) filed an application. The basic concept is "Human Challenges to Health and Longevity". The site is located in Mengzhou, an artificial island in Osaka Bay. It will build a 160-hectare Wanbo venue, which costs about 150-160 billion yen and operating costs of 80 billion yen. The official optimistic estimate of the surrounding economic benefits can reach 6 trillion yen.
Also, the “Integrated Resort Preparation Law”, which was built by the Japanese government, including the construction of casinos, was passed by the majority vote in the Senate Assembly on July 20, 2017. Casinos can be set up in up to three integrated resorts across Japan, and 30% of casino revenue will be paid to the national treasury. The Japanese government hopes to increase the revenue by setting up casinos for large-scale international conference venues, theaters, etc., and expects to boost the growth strategy of the Japanese economy in order to attract more foreign tourists to Japan and strive to visit Japanese tourists in 2020. It has reached 40 million people and reached 60 million targets in 2030.