Konbini payment, or convenience store payment, is the second most-used online payment method in Japan, making up 10% of purchases. Convenience store payments are hugely popular in Japan. Local consumers are accustomed to paying their phone bills, online orders, games, movie tickets, and so much more in one of the 55,000 convenience stores throughout the country.
How it works
- Customer selects a preferred Konbini from payment method options
- Customer fills out personal details
- A payment code is generated
- Customer goes to kiosk at a Konbini and enters the generated payment code
- The kiosk prints out a voucher valid for 30 minutes. Customer brings the voucher to the cashier and pays in cash.
- Customer receives a receipt as proof of payment.
|Available in||Asia Pacific||Japan|
|Multiple partial refunds|
|Multiple partial captures|
|Local entity required|
|Sales day payout|
|Settlement delay||14 days|
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