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Tokyo Chamber of Commerce and Industry "Eiichi Shibusawa Digital Stamp Rally"

Period: Sep 16, 2022 - Oct 31
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In the 23rd ward, he toured 33 spots related to Eiichi Shibusawa, the first president of the Higashi Sho Association, and collected stamps on a smartphone app. Depending on the number of stamps acquired, you can apply for a lottery to win original products and travel vouchers named after Eiichi Shibusawa.
We look forward to your participation!

○ Participation Award: Shibusawa-kun original sticker
○ Former Shibusawa House Award: Former Shibusawa House postcard (not for sale)
○ Tokyo Chamber of Commerce and Industry A Award: Tosho Shibusawa Goods Assortment Set
○ Tokyo Chamber of Commerce and Industry B Award: Eiichi Shibusawa Original Design
○ Paris Expo Award: Shibusawa Coffee (15 pieces of drip coffee)
○ Complete Award: JTB travel voucher 50,000 yen
*Participation Prize Exchange and Prize Application Period: September 16, 2022 (Fri) ~ November 6, 2022 (Sun)
* Participation awards will be exchanged face-to-face only. It can be exchanged at the following facilities.

■Participation Award Redemption
It can be exchanged at each of the following facilities: (Exchangeable for one time per person)
・Chiyoda City Tourist Information Center (Regular holiday: 4th Sunday)
・Chuo City Tourism Information Center (open 365 days a year)
・Minato City Tourism Information Center (open 365 days a year)
・Shinjuku Tourist Information Center (Closed: 12/29~1/3)
・Asakusa Culture and Tourism Center (open 365 days a year)
・Shibusawa × Kita-ku Asuka Mountain Souvenir Museum (Regular holiday: Monday)
・Ibashi Tourism Center (Regular holiday: Tuesday)
・Fukagawa Tokyo Modern Museum (Regular holiday: Monday * If Monday is a holiday, the following Tuesday is closed)
* Please check the opening hours etc. on the website of each facility in advance.
※ It is the same design no matter where you exchange it.
* We do not respond to questions about this stamp rally and checkpoints, inquiries about application problems and unclear points.


2-1-8 Mita, Minato-ku, Tokyo Mita Common Chamber (ruins of Eiichi Shibusawa's residence) *This is an example of a checkpoint. there are many other checkpoints that are covered
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