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Let Tokyo Nighttime Passport be Your Guide!

Tokyo Nighttime Passport is a new option for tourists visiting the Shibuya and Shinjuku areas! The passport eliminates the hassle from tourists who are trying to find a safe and affordable place to eat. This makes it simple to plan out your food, giving you more time to explore and enjoy the streets of Tokyo! So, how do you go about purchasing and using the passport? This is my step by step guide!

Step 1: Visit a Tickets Today Booth

Tokyo Nighttime Passports are on sale at all of the tickets today booths listed here. The passport costs 5000 yen, and it gives you 2 vouchers, one for 2000 yen and the other for 3000 yen.

Step 2: Find your Restaurant

Visit the Tokyo Night website here to plan browse through restaurant options.

Step 3: Show your Tokyo Nighttime Passport to your Selected Restaurant

Hand your passport over to the one of the staff members at your selected restaurant. Different restaurant have different options available based on whether you use the 2000 yen voucher or the 3000 yen voucher, so make sure you know what option you want in advance.

Step 4: Enjoy your Meal!

Feel at ease knowing that there will be no extra costs beyond your voucher! As a result, you will have peace of mind, which should help you enjoy your night in Tokyo more!

My Thoughts

My first impressions of this passport is that tourists will be able to have a safer experience in Tokyo if they decide to use it! It is a harsh reality in Tokyo that some restaurants will charge a premium price for their meals.  Due to this, tourists who do not understand Japanese can easily be caught off guard. The last thing you want on your holiday is to feel worried about being overcharged everywhere you go. Thus, this may be the option that makes your experience in Japan all the more enjoyable!

This blog post was written by our intern visiting from Australia, Chris Border.
See what else he’s been getting up to during his time in Japan here.

 

 

Author: Declan Somers

Thanks to the people of Japan and the efforts of a UK-based telecoms company Mobell/Mobal am happy to assist in providing a hot school meal daily for kids in Malawi, Africa through a Japanese registered NGO- Seibo.







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