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2025 Osaka Expo advance ticket sales begin

2025 Osaka Expo advance ticket sales begin

Tokyo, Nov 30 (UNI) Advance admission tickets for the 2025 World Exposition in Osaka, western Japan, went on sale on Thursday at discount prices, 500 days before the opening.
Digital tickets with a QR code became available on the website of the Japan Association for the 2025 World Exposition, with prices starting at 4,000 yen (27 U.S. dollars) per visitor aged 18 or older.
Opening tickets for adults, priced at 4,000 yen, will allow single entry during the first two weeks of the Expo, while a ticket that allows one-time entry during the first three months is being sold for 5,000 yen.

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