Charge the e-transfer card

There are three ways to charge (deposit money into) the card as follows:
1. Charge by bank transfer
2. Reserve the charge and charge at a convenience store
3. Charge using a settlement agency’s cell phone that accepts the charge

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Charge through banks

If you have an account with Japan Net Bank:

If you have an account with Japan Net Bank:

The charge is completed immediately after the transfer procedure and reportedby e-mail.
to pay a bank transfer fee specified by the bank to charge the card.

If you don’t have an account with Japan Net Bank You can apply for an account at the Japan Net Bank’s website.

その他の銀行の場合

Charge through other banks:

Between 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., the charge is completed after processingby financial institutions.
the hours except as listed above,the charge is completed during the morning of the following business day.
You will be notified of the completion of the charge via e-mail.
You have to pay a bank transfer fee specified by the financial institution to charge the card.

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Reserve the charge and charge at a convenience store

Charge using a PC

PCの場合

Charge using a cell phone

ケータイの場合

he charge that you reserved is automatically cancelled 7 days after the receipt of the charge reservation completion e-mail. You can apply for a new reservation if you make another charge reservation on the login screen before the former reservation is cancelled.

コンビニでチャージ

コンビニの場合

The charge is completeda few hours after the completionof processing at a convenience store and reported by e-mail. This procedure involves no fees or consumption taxes to charge the card.

* For detailed information on how to operate the KIOSK terminal, click the below logos.

Charge using a settlement agency’s cell phone that accepts the charge

決済業者のケータイ電話の場合

If you charge the card using a settlement agency’s cell phone, you can use the amount charged immediatelyafter the completionof the charge process. This procedure requires no fees or consumption taxes to charge the card.

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