Issuing a stamp rally over famous restaurants in Ginza “Stamp Cards Found in Metropolitana Ginza”

The December issue of Metropolitana, a free magazine with major racks at Tokyo Metro Station, issued by the Sankei Shimbun, will be distributed today. The theme of the December issue is “Find in Ginza”. In cooperation with Panasonic and CCC Marketing, we will issue “Stamp Cards Found in Metropolitana Ginza” for a limited time.

“Stamp Cards to Find in Ginza” is a stamp card that collects optical stamps installed at participating facilities. Download “Smartphone Wallet”, a CCC marketing point card summary application on your smartphone. You can participate in the stamp rally over the facilities in Ginza.

One lottery ticket will be given for every 10 stamps. You can participate in the lottery once per card. During this season, when Christmas and New Year holidays are coming up, we will create a variety of “Find Ginza” fun while collecting stamps such as shopping and gourmet food.

[Overview of "Stamp Cards Found in Metropolitana Ginza"]
■ How to collect points <br /> Please download the smartphone app and hold your smartphone over the optical stamp terminal installed at the participating facilities. You can collect stamps once a day for each device.

■ Period for collecting points
December 10, 2019 (Tuesday) to January 10, 2020 (Friday)

■ Place where points are collected
Matsuya Ginza (1st floor, Kyobashiguchi Information Center / 3rd floor, Rita's Diary / 5th floor, Customer Station / 6th floor, Lingerie “Le Lange” / 7th floor, Design Collection)
GINZA SIX (2nd floor, information)
Tokyu Plaza Ginza (2nd floor, Mitsubishi Electric Event Square “METoA Ginza” / 3rd floor, General Information / 6th floor, “Sukiyabashi Chabo” / 10th floor, public space)
Wako (main building basement 1st floor, next to central elevator / main building 1st floor, next to central elevator)
Shiseido Parlor Ginza main store (shop 1st floor, next to elevator)
HATOIDO (1st floor, counter)
FANCL Ginza Square (1st basement, "FANCL BROWN RICE MEALS" elevator side / 2nd floor, Royal Lounge Counter / 10th floor, Royal Room)
* For details on participating facilities and stores, please refer to the “Metropolitana” notification site.
Notification site :
* The installation time of the optical stamp terminal varies depending on the participating facility.

■ About lottery tickets <br /> For every 10 stamps you collect, you will receive one lottery ticket. The lottery tickets that can be used are displayed on the stamp card.
The lottery ticket can be used at the lottery held at Matsuya Ginza from Friday, January 10, 2020.

◇ Lottery summary ◇
Period : Friday, January 10, 2020-Sunday, January 12, 10: 00-20: 00
Location : Matsuya Ginza, 8th floor (3-6-1 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo)
* It will end as soon as the prize is gone.
* Information about the lottery can be found on the “Smartphone Wallet” app “Bonus & Information” or the “Metropolitana” official website.
Official site :

■ Notes on participation・ The maximum number of stamps that can be stamped is one per device per day.
・ The stamp limit is reset every day at midnight.
・ The installation time of the optical stamp terminal varies depending on the participating facility.
・ If there is a change in the service, we will guide you on the “Smartphone Wallet” app.
・ Benefits and schedules are subject to change.

■ Inquiries about services <br /> Metropolitana Project (in Sankei Shimbun)
Email: Phone: 03-3243-8504 (Weekdays 9:30-17:30)

■ About the “Smartphone Wallet” app A free app based on the concept of being able to use everything from points to payment with a single smartphone. FamilyMart, Welcia, TSUTAYA, Matsumoto Kiyoshi, Mos Burger, etc. are available nationwide.
Various point cards and electronic money in the wallet can be managed together, and coupons and deals at the target store will be delivered to users.
In addition, you can enjoy convenient cardless shopping by presenting the barcode, QR code, and stamp card screen in the app at the store.
Homepage :

◇ App download ◇
<App Store>
<Google Play>

■ About “Hikari Stamp” “Hikari Stamp” uses Panasonic's optical ID technology “LinkRay ™”, which can receive the ID signal transmitted from the LED light source with a smartphone and quickly obtain information. This is an electronic stamp service jointly developed. Simply launch the camera from the “Smartphone Wallet” app on the “LinkRay ™” desktop transmitter installed at the store where you installed it, and the stamp will be stamped.