NAMI☆1 ～aug～ is Traditional fighting Sports event held in Japan.
Name of performance: NAMI ☆ 1 ~ aug ~
Venue: Shin Kiba 1st RING
Open: 2019/05/25 (Sat) 10:00
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Limited number of tickets: You can book up to 15 tickets per application.
Type of seats and fees:
SRS seat: ¥ 6,000
reserved seat: ¥ 4,000
free seat: ¥ 3,500
Ladies seat: ¥ 2,000
Payment methods: You can pay at this reception.
Credit card: It will be settled when the application is completed.
Convenience store / ATM: Please pay by the time of display of application.
Page compatible ATM
Internet Banking: Please pay by the deadline of display of application.
Delivery 【Delivery service】: We will deliver in about a week after payment is completed.
FamilyMart: Please receive at the in-store Fami port terminal from 2019/05/25 (Saturday).
Seven-Eleven: Please receive at the cash register after 20/19/05 (Sat).
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