Loppi (ticketing system)
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Loppi (Japanese: ロッピー) is Japan's most popular self-service electronic ticket dispensing system, providing instant print tickets in venues such as museums. Tickets are typically printed and paid for at the store's counter, which also allows people who do not own credit or debit cards to purchase their tickets.
The system was original developed and is still owned by the Lawson chain of convenience stores (Konbini) and also be used to provide couponing and rewards systems. The name Loppi is an abbreviation of Lawson online shopping.
- http://www.lawson.co.jp/loppi/index.html (In Japanese)