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For Chinese travelers, Tokyo Metro in Japan has supported Wechat ticket purchase service.

2024-04-23 Update From: SLTechnology News&Howtos shulou NAV: SLTechnology News&Howtos > IT Information >


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Thanks to netizen BOP_KE for the clue delivery!, November 26 (Xinhua) in order to further provide convenience for Chinese tourists, the Tokyo Metropolitan Transport Bureau announced last week that it now supports the purchase of Tokyo Metro pass and Jingcheng Skyliner (express train) one-way tickets suitable for Tokyo subway and related lines through Wechat App.

According to reports, the "Tokyo Metro pass" can take the Tokyo Metro subway and Duying subway unlimited times within 24 hours / 48 hours / 72 hours, and can also enjoy special services such as "Chikatoku". Showing the card in more than 230 facilities in Tokyo can enjoy discounts and gifts, and it can also be used as a passport to enjoy sightseeing.


Search "Japanese laboratory" and "Triplabo brigade to Japan" through WeChat Mini Programs or scan the code directly at the subway station.

Enter Mini Program and choose the number of tickets to buy.

Use "WeChat Pay" to buy tickets

The ticket can be exchanged at the tourist issuer of Tokyo subway station through the QR code (or it can be exchanged with the staff in the station office)

Ticket type

Tokyo Metro 24-hour, 48-hour, 72-hour ticket "Tokyo Metro pass"

Jingcheng Skyliner Narita Airport Express ticket: the place to change is Sunset Station, Ueno Station, Narita Airport Station, Narita Airport Terminal 2 Station.

Ticket Rates

24-hour pass: 800 yen for adults (currently about 38 yuan) and 400 yen for children

48-hour pass: 1200 yen for adults (currently about 57 yuan) and 600 yen for children

72-hour pass: 1500 yen for adults (currently about 72 yuan) and 750 yen for children

According to Global Blue statistics, the total amount of duty-free goods purchased by Chinese inbound tourists in Japan in October 2023 returned to 25% of that in the same month before the outbreak of COVID-19 in 2019. The average price for Chinese tourists to buy duty-free goods in Japan was 91550 yen ( Note: currently about 4376 yuan), up 85% from before COVID-19 's epidemic.

"We have high expectations that the number of Skyliner passengers from China will increase than ever before," said the planning and management manager at the headquarters of Jingcheng Electric Railway. "

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