Starting February 18th, 20 branches of Don Quijote will be accepting payments in Chinese Renminbi, Taiwan New Dollar, Korean Won, Thai Baht, US dollar, and Euro! Only notes are accepted and coins cannot be used. The changes will be in Japanese Yen.
Don Quijote is a discount chain store that sells a great variety of items. As one of the most popular shopping spots among foreign visitors to Japan, they have been offering friendly services for international customers by placing multilingual staff and offering tax free shopping.
The following branches will be accepting foreign currency payments: Nakameguro, Shinjuku, Shinjuku (East exit), Roppongi, Ginza, Akihabara, Ueno, Asakusa, Korakuen, Ikebukuro (East exit), Sapporo, Yokohama (West exit), Yokohama Isezakicho, Nagoya Sakae, Osaka Umeda, Osaka Dotonbori, Hiroshima Hacchobori, Fukuoka Nakasu, and Okinawa Kokusaidori.
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