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Buying a partially used seishun 18 kippu 2009/8/10 23:13
I know I've read about this kind of place before, where you can pick up a partially used seishun 18 kippu for a reduced price.

Can anyone give me an example of where to find one of these stores, i.e. name and adress?

If anyone's done this before is there anything important to keep in mind?
by kurisu81  

kinken shoppu 2009/8/11 10:43
You can look for a "kin-ken shop". They're everywhere.
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Thanks Uco! 2009/8/11 16:42
I assume the name is written in Japanese as Vbv?
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. 2009/8/12 16:53
Around major stations, not exactly sure where you are but there are a bunch around Shinjuku station.
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Funnily enough... 2009/8/12 19:28
I will be staying in the vicinity of Shinjuku and yesterday I did go through the process of making a Google Map of all kinken shoppu in Shinjuku-ku.

http://maps.google.se/maps/ms?ie=UTF8&hl=sv&msa=0&msid=...
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