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21 September 2011 @ 02:54 pm
I’m going to be in Osaka for the concert on the 30th so I really really need to get the tickets... But I have a few questions about them. My brother lives in Tokyo so I guess he can join the fan club and do the balloting thing to get the tickets… Is a good option? Or is better to buy one on internet? If so, where? Yahoo auctions? I'm really not looking like an Asian girl, so I need to know if security usually control IDs... If instead it’s better to do the balloting, how do I know when the balloting starts?
Hope someone can help me, it’s my only chance to see Kanjani live ^^
nira_chan on September 21st, 2011 01:35 pm (UTC)
Balloting already started and it will end on the 30th of September so your brother won't make it on time to join the fanclub at this point.

They don't really check IDs in Osaka Dome, it's too big. One person can ask for up to 4 tickets and give them to his/her friends so it doesn't really matter. As long as where you buy the tickets don't show exactly where the seats are you'll be fine.

About the options, Yahoo!Japan can be an option only if your brother can have a premium account since you can't buy stuff for more than 4999 yen with a normal account. The easier option if your brother can help you and has a japanese phone with internet is ticket.co.jp
kya_p on September 29th, 2011 06:31 pm (UTC)
As long as where you buy the tickets don't show exactly where the seats are

What does it mean? Sorry I'm not used with Japanese tickets. They put the seats number on it and that will be a problem?
Thanks again, sorry to bother ^^'
nira_chan on September 29th, 2011 11:20 pm (UTC)
If the reseller of the ticket includes the exact seat number and row and all in the description, people in Johnny's might get that information so they will know that seat had been resold for sure, so they can make you leave the dome after they find out who is sitting there.

Normally, in auctions and other site they just tell you the whereabouts of the seat. Those are safe.
kendoyuki on September 21st, 2011 01:53 pm (UTC)
You could also look for tickets on ticket.co.jp closer to the actual date of the concert :)
soundczech on September 21st, 2011 03:32 pm (UTC)
if you're desperate there are always scalpers hanging around outside the venue, too. they're easy to spot, they're usually the only guys there. if you're lucky, it's not that much more expensive than getting tix on ticket.co.jp and if they like you they'll tell you which are the good seats. have someone who speaks decent japanese on hand, though.
shinobu_k on September 23rd, 2011 11:47 am (UTC)
They didn't check my ID in Osaka Jo Hall, there's too much people and they need to hurry them inside so they cut the end of the ticket and there you go.

I used ticket.co.jp. Your brother can buy the tickets there and the seller will send the ticket to him only one week before the concert. I've not used it but ticket pia seems a good place to buy too.
kya_p on September 29th, 2011 06:28 pm (UTC)
Sorry to bother you again, I tried to find tickets on ticket.co.jp but I can't find any info on Eito. Does that mean that they already sold out? Or I've to wait more?
shinobu_k on September 29th, 2011 06:43 pm (UTC)
Don't worry, it's ok. I checked the dates so... I think you have to wait some weeks :( Sometimes you've little time to buy them so don't forget to check the website from time to time ;D
kya_p on October 19th, 2011 03:15 pm (UTC)
Thank you very much. They're finally up at tickets.jp.co
Sad thing I won't go anyway... I didn't expect the tickets to be THAT expensive...
I guess I'll wait for the DVD.
Thanks again :-)
shinobu_k on October 19th, 2011 03:24 pm (UTC)
Yup, it's sad but that's how this goes :( You know I paid around 20000 for a Summary ticket. And that was the cheaper ticket! It's crazy, even more if the group is really famous (I've read ppl have to paid ~$1800 for Arashi D: !!). We can only wish for J Ticket International. Sad they didn't open it for Kanjani's tickets.
impynymph on October 2nd, 2011 11:17 am (UTC)
The results for who has hit and who hasn't has not been released yet... as soon as it is you'll see the tour info go up. The balloting just ended two days ago so much people won't know for a while.

Then the tickets aren't sent out until a week before the show starts so you won't be able to see which seats are good or not until the last minute.