Latest information on special benefits provided to China Union Pay Card users

Latest information on special benefits provided to China Union Pay Card users

With the rise of Chinese tourists coming to Japan, there is an increasing number of stores in Japan where you can use China Union Pay Card for your payment. Here below are special service/benefits you can get if you make your payment with your China Union Pay Card. 

Special Union Pay Campaign in Shibuya/Futako-tamagawa/Jiyugaoka/Yokohama areas

Period-limited campaign for China Union Pay Card users until 30th April 2016, at more than 100 stores participating the campaign in Shibuya/Futako-tamagawa/Jiyugaoka/Yokohama areas. Special service/benefits for the card users varies depending on the store.

Campaign period: 1st Feb.-30th Apr. 2016 

Mori Building “FEEL JAPAN Campaign” 

Special campaign limited to China Union Pay Card users at various commercial complexes (190 stores in 9 complexes) run by Mori Building. Various discounts and novelties, special services provided. 

Campaign period: 1st Feb.-5th May 2016 

Special benefits for China Union Pay Card users

・KEIO HYAKKATEN Department Store (Shinjuku store) 

Keio Hyakkaten department store is located near West Exit of Shinjuku station and has various Japanese brands as their tenants. Present your Platinum/Diamond China Union Pay Card at Foreign Customer Counter on the 2nd floor and you will get a “special novelty” and “5% discount voucher”.

Address: 1-1-4 Nishi-shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 


・Favorite Stone

Jewelry store in Ginza which carries a wide variety of products from directly-imported rare gem to second-hand high-jewelry. If you purchase more than 50,000 yen at the store using your Platinum/Diamond China Union Pay Card, you will get “5000-yen gift token usable at various department stores in Japan”. *One time per person only.

Address: 2nd floor, Sanshin AL Building, 1-8-8 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 

David li

Male Chinese who works for major advertising agency in Tokyo. 15 years of living in Japan has made him an expert on various Japan related topics. He came to Japan after graduating from high school and now permanently settled in Japan. His hobby is to enjoy local cuisines while travelling around various parts of Japan. He has a personal goal of visiting all prefectures in the country and in the process of achieving it, enjoying trips and dining experiences in the nation on his off-days with his family.

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