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2015年 4月 02日

For English Speakers : How to buy tickets

The tickets are available on a Japanese online ticket site: e+

(you actually can only reserve tickets on this site and still need to go to a convenience store to get the tickets).

Or you can just go to a convenience store, and get help from store staff on the machine that has the e+ system.

(e+ does not have English site)

<Obtaining Tickets at a Convenience Store>

The convenience store staff should be able to help by providing him/her these key words. The store staff will look up the event on the system for you:

  •  5/18 (the date of the location you want to go)
  • BYU ウィンドシンフォニーBYU Wind Symphony

At Tokyo and Nagoya, seats are reserved, so if you want to select seats at the time of purchase show this to the store staff

  • 「席を選びたいです」(I want to select seats)

At the ticket machine, a voucher will be issued. Take it to the cashier and pay to get the tickets.

These convenience stores have the e+ system:

  • Family Mart
  • Seven Eleven
  • Lawson
  • Mini Stop
  • Circle K
  • Sunkus

This is the URL (in Japanese) where you can get tickets (credit card is ok on this site).

http://bit.ly/1MmcAnU

<Ordering Tickets Online>

(For those who cannot read Japanese.)

If you read Japanese, or have a Japanese friend who can help you, please order tickets at the following website: http://okini.eplus.jp/70427/index.html

If you do not read Japanese, some browsers will translate the Japanese characters (sometimes in funny ways, but OK) so that you will know what to do.  Each browser is a little different.  Here are some instructions you can use for Chrome, the preferred browser:

Chrome (preferred browser)

In Chrome, click the link above.  When the page opens, right-click anywhere outside the form, and select “Translate to English.”  Usually this is “sticky” and will remain when you click further.  If not, right-click again.  You can proceed through the steps to select, order and pay for tickets to the BYU Wind Symphony.

Other browsers may be used, but more steps may be required.  We recommend Chrome (or the help of a Japanese friend).

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