Having trouble booking concert tickets from oversea?


Going to Tokyo is a dream for all oversea jrock and visual kei fans. There are concerts each and every week in places like Takadanobaba, Shinjuku, Shibuya etc. so it’s just to dive in and enjoy.

Or is it? You need tickets right?

Sometimes you need to buy the tickets before your actual arrival so it won’t get sold out.

What do you do?

If you don’t know Japanese or don’t have any Japanese friends who can help you, then this can truly be a problem. That’s why I’m so overly excited about this new service called TICKET JAPAAAN, managed by Junichi Tanaka, so let’s talk about it.

TICKET JAPAAAN is an online service that helps you book and buy tickets for different events in Japan. It doesn’t have to be concerts, it can be anything as long as it’s possible for them to help you. Maybe you want to visit the Ghibli museum (which I highly recommend) or maybe go to a Sumo tournament? On TICKET JAPAAAN‘s website you will find a lot of different tips regarding anything between heaven and earth. And new tips are rolling in frequently, so make sure to follow their Facebook Page.

You find all information about terms and prices on TICKET JAPAAAN‘s homepage. You can choose to pick up your tickets at a Japanese address or get them sent home to you. TICKET JAPAAAN uses a letter pack that is traceable online. Personally, I always feel a little bit extra secure when I hold my precious tickets in my hand when packing for my Japan trip. 🙂

I think this is an amazing and very much needed service that we need to support to make it stay. So please tell all your friends about it and happy traveling in Japan!

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