Seibuen Amusement Park Changes Payment Method from ‘Seibu Garden Currency (En)’ to Japanese Yen Starting March 1

Seibuen Amusement Park

Seibuen Amusement Park will change its payment method from the unique ‘Seibu Garden Currency (En)’ to Japanese yen, starting March 1.

The ‘Seibu Garden Currency (En)’ is a unique currency required for all payments within the park, except for vending machines. When purchasing the currency alone, 200 En costs 2,400 yen, and 300 En costs 3,600 yen. When purchasing a ‘One Day Leisure Ticket’ as part of the ‘Value One Day Leisure Pack,’ one can save between 100 to 300 yen. The currency is valid only on the day of issuance.

As an example of experiencing the Showa-era prices, ‘Chiyocolate’ costs 30 En (360 yen), ‘Can Badge’ costs 20 En (240 yen), and ‘Cream Soda’ costs 60 En (720 yen) – these prices are based on purchasing the currency individually.

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