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Peach Aviation Limited began sales of Tabikuji (Lucky Trip Fortunes), a new kind of travel in which customers do not know where they will be going until they draw a destination.

Fortunes are available at four well-known lottery ticket offices in Tokyo: Nishi Ginza Chance Center (Ginza, Chuo-Ku, Tokyo), Yaesu Underground Mall Chance Center (Yaesu, Chuo-ku, Tokyo), Tachikawa Chance Center (Tachikawa, Tokyo), and Tachikawa Lumine Chance Center (Tachikawa, Tokyo).

Available for a limited time, Tabikuji (Lucky Trip Fortunes) are completely different from the usual travel lottery tickets purchased from capsule vending machines. Customers take a numbered stick from a wooden barrel modeled after an omikuji fortune, and receive their fortune from a sales clerk at the lottery ticket office. Now on sale at Nishi Ginza Chance Center and three other Tokyo locations, each Tabikuji (Lucky Trip Fortune) contains an exchange code for JPY 6,000*1 worth of Peach Points, which can be used to purchase a Peach flight to the designated destination, and a mission that will lead to luck at the destination. There are 11 possible domestic destinations departing out of Tokyo (Narita), including Memanbetsu, Kushiro, Sapporo (New Chitose), Osaka (Kansai), Fukuoka, Oita, Nagasaki, Miyazaki, Amami, Okinawa (Naha), and Ishigaki. There is plenty of time before the Peach Points expire, so you can travel according to your own schedule.



To commemorate the first day of sales today, the first 50 customers who purchase a Tabikuji (Lucky Trip Fortune) at the Nishi Ginza Chance Center received peaches, the fruits of longevity and good fortune. Peaches are auspicious in Asia and are loved for their association with positive ideas such as longevity, good fortune, and prosperity. The peaches provided for this event were sourced from Kyotango, Kyoto, a city of longevity known for having three times more people that are 100 years of age or older than the national average. The peaches distributed contain our wishes for happiness at our customers’ travel destinations and prosperity in the future. 

In addition, all Tabikuji (Lucky Trip Fortunes) come with a Follow-up Fortune that customers can enjoy after their trip. Follow-up Fortunes consist of assigned lottery numbers, one of which will be the winner of an assortment of JPY100,000 worth of lottery tickets selected by Fukui-san, a staff member at Tachikawa Chance Center whose name contains the Japanese word for “luck.” The lottery will take place on December 1, 2022 (Thu)*3, and the winning number will be published on Tabikuji website. Why not test the luck obtained from completing your lucky mission on the Follow-up Lottery? 

Tabikuji (Lucky Trip Fortunes) will also go on sale at chance centers in Osaka and Nagoya on August 17.

Please see Tabikuji website for details on applicable branches.

Thanks to your support, Peach’s Tabikuji (travel lottery) will reach its one-year anniversary on August 16 (Tue). Tabikuji (travel lottery), which began from the idea of reversing the travel concept of choosing the destination first, has continued to expand with unabated momentum while adopting new polices. Thanks to the many customers who have played, total sales have reached approximately 25,000. This summer, enjoy undiscovered local attractions on a lucky trip to an unexpected destination determined by chance.

Peach will strive to contribute to the revitalization of regional economies as a public-transport carrier connecting various regions in Japan, while continuing to implement strict COVID-19 preventive measures, and creating new traveling styles as a partner that provides casual excitement to the passengers.

About Tabikuji (Lucky Trip Fortunes): (Only in Japanese)

[Sales Period] August 10, 2022 (Wed) to November 18, 2022 (Fri)*2
[Sales Locations] Well-known Tokyo lottery ticket offices: Nishi Ginza Chance Center, Yaesu Underground Mall Chance Center, Tachikawa Chance Center, and Tachikawa Lumine Chance Center
[Payment Method] Cash only
[Event Details] Tabikuji (Lucky Trip Fortunes) are available for a limited-time for JPY 5,000 each. 

Customers take a numbered stick from a wooden barrel modeled after an omikuji fortune, and receive their fortune from a sales clerk at the lottery ticket office. Each Tabikuji (Lucky Trip Fortune) contains an exchange code for JPY 6,000*1 worth of Peach Points, which can be used to purchase a Peach flight to the designated destination, and a mission that will lead to luck at the destination. 

There are 11 possible domestic destinations departing out of Tokyo (Narita). This lottery offers a new way to enjoy travel, letting customers feel the thrill of getting lucky by carrying out lucky missions based on each destination such as, “Stuff both cheeks with takoyaki (being careful not to burn yourself) and smile with squinted eyes like the statue of Ebisu while you test your luck by buying a lottery ticket at the Fuse Poppo Avenue Chance Center.”

*1 JPY 10,000 in extremely rare cases
*2 Hours of operation are as per the Nishi Ginza Chance Center. Installation period and details are subject to change based on the spread of COVID-19.
*3 Schedule is subject to change without notice

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