Japan Jumbo Draw Ticket
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Over 70 Billion Cash prizes will be paid out in the Japan Year-End Jumbo Draw:

  • 21 First Prize Payouts Totaling ¥10.5 Billion (Over ¥500 Million each)
  • 42 Second Prizes Worth Over ¥4.2 Billion (Over ¥100 Million each)
  • PLUS: At least ¥25.830 Billion in cash payouts for 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th subsidiary Prizes!

The possibilities are truly staggering. And all cash prizes are paid out in a lump sum, completely FREE of Japanese Government taxes.

Most people will never get the opportunity to play the Japan Jumbo Draw - especially when they live outside Japan. You're among the lucky ones. But please note that Tickets for overseas players are limited, and must be reserved well in advance.

So we need to know before December 30, 2020 if you'd like to enter the Draw

IMPORTANT: All entries received after the December 30, 2020 deadline will be automatically entered in the Japan Jumbo Draw in March 1, 2021.

Enter Asia's Richest Prize Draw from anywhere in the World!

The Japan Jumbo Draw is the largest and highest paying amongst all Japanese Takara-kuji ("treasure" or "fortune") Lotteries. In fact, with the exception of the Spanish El Gordo Draw, it's the biggest Lottery Draw in the world.

And it's a Draw very few people outside Japan ever have the chance to win.

Tickets in Japan's Jumbo Draws are sold exclusively by the Mizuho Bank for a limited time period before each draw. And because the Draws are so popular, Ticket sales stop as soon as all Tickets are sold… often before the announced sales period is over. This naturally leaves little opportunity for foreign players to take part. In fact, until 2003, entry into the Japanese Jumbo Lottery Draw has never before been offered to players living overseas.


With winning odds of 1 in 9, and a total cash payout reaching over $2 Billion, the Japan Jumbo Draw is undoubtedly the richest Lottery draw in Asia.

Four regular Jumbo Draws are held each year:

Month Held:
Prize Pool
¥20B (US$183M)
¥25B (US$237M)
¥30B (US$264M)
¥75B (US$660M)

"All cash prizes are paid out in a lump sum, completely free of Japanese Government taxes"


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