Okada Manila (Japanese: オカダマニラ, romanized: Okada Manira) is a casino resort and hotel complex located on the Entertainment City gaming strip in Parañaque, Metro Manila, Philippines. In 2007, with a total construction cost of about 250 billion Yen and spending 7 years, Japanese billionaire Kazuo Okada established and managed Okada Manila. Tiger Resort Leisure and Entertainment was granted a license to operate a casino within the Entertainment City in 2008. In June 2016, the casino complex then named as Manila Bay Resorts was re-branded as Okada Manila. The facility is intended to be used by Okada to compete with casinos in Macau and to position Metro Manila as a regional and international destination. The casino was set to open in November 2016 but the opening was later delayed due to worse-than-expected weather conditions. The casino complex was opened for "preview" on December 21, 2016 and later commenced operations as a casino in December 30, 2016. The Fountain, was officially opened on March 31, 2017 to invited guests. On the next day, the casino opened the attraction to the general public. The operations of the casino was significantly affected by the Enhanced community quarantine in Luzon imposed due to the COVID-19 pandemic with 1,000 of its 10,000 staff members retrenched due in June 2020.