We propose an IND-CCA2 public-key cryptosystem with fast decryption, called the NICE-X cryptosystem. Its decryption time is the polynomial time of degree 2 by the bit-length of a public-key D, i.e., O((log |D|)2), and the cost of two hash functions. The NICE-X is an enhancement of the NICE cryptosystem, which is constructed over the quadratic class group Cl(D). We first show that the one-wayness of the encryption of the NICE cryptosystem is as intractable as the Smallest Kernel Equivalent Problem (SKEP). We also prove that the NICE cryptosystem is IND-CPA under the Decisional Kernel Problem (DKP). Then we prove that the NICE-X cryptosystem is IND-CCA2 under the SKEP in the random oracle model. Indeed, the overhead of the decryption of the NICE-X from the NICE is only the cost of one ideal multiplication and two hash functions. Our conversion technique from the NICE to the NICE-X is based on the REACT. However we modify it to be suitable for the NICE. A message of the NICE-X is encrypted with the random mask of the encryption function of the NICE, instead of the encrypted key. Then the reduced security problem of the NICE-X is enhanced from the Gap-SKEP to the SKEP.