Passengers are using Japanese passports as an alternative to U.K. passports in the U.C.I.H.D. article A Japanese-based company has begun offering automatic and manual tickets issuing in the United States to passengers who do not have Japanese passports.
The service is one of several companies offering the service in Japan.
Passengers can pay for their tickets online or by phone and pay using Japanese yen, a currency in Japan similar to the U of A’s U.P.A. currency.
The company, Issan, will start selling the service for a limited time on Feb. 3 and has set a minimum of 150,000 tickets for a ticket of ¥10,000, or about $5.
The program will be available from Friday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., and then will be rolled out nationwide on Feb 12.
Passengers can get tickets from the Issan website or by calling the company’s Tokyo office at 021-764-8794.
The service will be free of charge for foreigners.
Issan also offers a ticket sharing service for Japanese tourists, who can exchange tickets for American tickets.