You have finally reached the step of exchanging your gold coupons.
This is the final chapter of the “How to Play Pachinko” series. Congratulations.
The returns that can only be gotten through wagering a risk are truly a happy occurrence.
Go to the TUC shop, located very close by the parlor.
- Since these gold coupons contain real gold, they would serve as assets even if you took them home.
Or you can sell them at these places called TUC shops.(99% of players sell them)
Look for the yellow roof or sign on the TUC shops.
- The TUC shop is usually located very close by the parlor.
However, they are not always necessarily located right next door, and in many cases are not located in an easily discoverable area.
In that case, just follow another person who is on their way to exchange their prizes. And then you’ll most likely come across the yellow roof or sign of the TUC shop.
In the future, we are planning on building content introducing various pachinko parlors on this website, and we intend to also introduce TUC shop maps as well.
Exchange your gold coupons at the TUC shop.
When you enter the TUC shop, present your gold coupons at the teller window.
The staff member will be silent.
It’s okay for you to be silent as well.
When you present your gold coupons at the window, they will automatically convert them into Japanese yen for you.
Now you are a gambling winner.
A final word.
What do you think?
Were you able to enjoy your experience with pachinko - the greatest form of entertainment endemic to Japan?
If you had fun, we hope you will come back again to the world of pachinko.
There are over 100 different types of pachinko machines, and new types appear almost weekly.
With each type of machine, not only will the subject or theme vary, but there will be differences in gaming style, jackpot probabilities, and payouts, so you can enjoy a unique and fresh experience with each type.
We hope you will discover your own favorite type of machine, and come back to play again.
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1. Where to Play Pachinko
After reading these articles, surely you are now interested in playing pachinko? So now, you must be wondering where to play.
One of the appeals of pachinko is that in general, there are places to play all across Japan. But there are parlors which can prove to have either high or low thresholds of difficulty for beginners and foreigners.
I would like to introduce readers to parlors in Tokyo where beginners and foreigners can feel safe and confident in playing.
2. How to Win Pachinko
All of these articles only detail how to play.
There are more deep and profound secrets to knowing how to win.
I will be bringing this information to you in the near future, so please look forward to that.
3. How to Play Pachi-slot
Another form of entertainment that has similar status to pachinko is Pachi-slot.
These pachi-slots are often established adjacently to pachinko halls, and boast their own unique content.
In a basic sense, playing style is similar to pachinko, but to some extent pachi-slot requires more skill, and is suited to intermediate level players. I will be bringing this information to you in the near future, so please look forward to that.