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JAPANLOTTERY RESULTS

Tuesday, 23 Jul 2024

 “️”Prize 1

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5


2


9


 “️”Prize 2

7


6


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6


 “️”Prize 3

5


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Japan Lottery Results

Latest Japan lottery results for TAKARAKUJI LOTO 6 ✔, TAKARAKUJI LOTO 7 ✔, TAKARAKUJI MINI LOTO ✔, BINGO 5 ✔, NUMBERS 3 ✔, NUMBERS 4 ✔. All the information you need about lotteries in Japan.

All you Need to Know about Japan's Lottery Game Culture

You might be surprised to find that the Japanese lottery scene is very much alive and kicking. Those familiar with Chapter 23 of Japan’s Criminal Code will attest to the fact that most forms of gambling remain prohibited nationwide. Some of those exceptions include horse racing, football pools, and, luckily, lotteries. Locals and tourists alike can get involved with the state lotteries, which derive an important income for the Japanese government at a local and national level. Most recently, it’s provided funding for the upcoming Tokyo Olympic Games.

As a matter of fact, the Japanese have been operating lotteries for several centuries. Their lottery culture dates back as far as the 1400s, when temples and shrines would operate lotteries to cover the costs of repairs and periodic maintenance to their buildings. In generations gone by, lottery winners would be awarded with an amulet that symbolized wealth and happiness. Fast forward to the present day and the sheer scale of prizes are on another planet. Let’s take a quick look at the most popular Japanese lottery games available to all today.

Numbers 3 and Numbers 4

Numbers 3 and Numbers 4 games are two of the most common daily lottery games available in Japan. Players are required to pick either three or four numbers between one and nine, placing them in preferred order. One ticket costs approximately 200 yen. The smallest prizes are awarded for those guessing two numbers correctly, regardless of whether they were in the right order. The highest payouts are reserved for those who guess all three or four numbers in the right order.

You might be surprised to find that the Japanese lottery scene is very much alive and kicking. Those familiar with Chapter 23 of Japan’s Criminal Code will attest to the fact that most forms of gambling remain prohibited nationwide. Some of those exceptions include horse racing, football pools, and, luckily, lotteries. Locals and tourists alike can get involved with the state lotteries, which derive an important income for the Japanese government at a local and national level. Most recently, it’s provided funding for the upcoming Tokyo Olympic Games.

As a matter of fact, the Japanese have been operating lotteries for several centuries. Their lottery culture dates back as far as the 1400s, when temples and shrines would operate lotteries to cover the costs of repairs and periodic maintenance to their buildings. In generations gone by, lottery winners would be awarded with an amulet that symbolized wealth and happiness. Fast forward to the present day and the sheer scale of prizes are on another planet. Let’s take a quick look at the most popular Japanese lottery games available to all today.

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