Nearly 40% of Japanese shoppers have paid for an online purchase at a convenience store, or Konbini. Capture more sales by offering the option to pay at over 34,000 convenience stores through a unified Stripe integration.
Accepting Konbini makes your business accessible to customers who may not have credit cards or bank accounts.
Start accepting Konbini in as little as two weeks with our streamlined systems and localized documentation.
Maintain one unified integration across payment methods with new features released regularly to help you stay ahead.
Stripe supports four of the leading Konbini chains—FamilyMart, Lawson, Ministop, and Seicomart.
Japanese consumers make nearly ¥4 trillion in payments through Konbini every year for all types of online purchases—including physical goods, tickets, and digital content.
Use Stripe to offer customers payment method flexibility and benefit from faster deployment, simplified integration maintenance, and unified reporting and payouts.
We were able to leverage Stripe’s efficient integration processes to start accepting Konbini just two weeks after activation. This has enabled us to strengthen sales to customers that don’t have credit cards.
When considering payment systems for our live streaming business, which is growing rapidly given the trend of stay-at-home consumption, we chose to use Stripe for its flexibility and security.
Stripe supports Konbini for eligible businesses in Japan. Visit the Dashboard to get started with Konbini.
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