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  • Osaka and NMB48 !

    roxas04 created 1 year, 4 months ago 4 Members · 21 Posts
  • roxas04

    Member
    November 14, 2017 at 7:57 pm

    Hello guys ! 🙂

    It is me, from the first accessible Japan forum !

    For  Tokyo and AKB48, you remember !

    Well, I have an another question… :

    I completly forgot to say you !

    For the first week of April 2018, I also will go to Osaka.

    I also would want to see NMB48 in their theater called Yes Namba building.

    Is the NMB48 building and the NMB48 theater accessible for my wheelchair ?

    You explained me that the AKB48 is accessible in the Don Quijote building, yes, I remember that.

    Can a disabled in a wheelchair go to the NMB48 theater and see NMB48 in Osaka, like for AKB48 in Tokyo ?

    Thank you very much ! ^^

    See you soon ! 🙂

  • accessible-japan

    Administrator
    November 15, 2017 at 12:48 pm

    Hello again!  Thanks for joining us on the new forum!

    From looking around, it seems that the building is accessible (it is over 7 floors so it must have an elevator by law).

    On the groups website it asks wheelchair users to contact staff after winning.  If it was not possible to see it in a wheelchair, then I think they would say that it is not possible.

    Here is what it says:

    If you come with a wheelchair, please contact us from [email protected] right after your winning.

    https://global-ticket.akb48-group.com/en/home/guide/about_ticketing_NMB.php

    I suggest you contact them directly at [email protected] and ask: 劇場がバリアフリーですか? (Is the theater accessible?)

    Afterwards, please share the answer here!

  • accessible-japan

    Administrator
    November 15, 2017 at 1:18 pm

    Hello again,

    i just emailed them at they got back to me very quickly!

    YES, you can watch the show in your wheelchair!

    They said that if you win a ticket, call or email the ticket center to tell them you are going in a wheelchair – that’s it!

    I hope you win a ticket!

  • roxas04

    Member
    November 15, 2017 at 7:47 pm

    Hello ! 🙂

    Thank you sooo much for the answer and for emailing NMB48 staff !

    So, I don’t need to ask them for accessibility, you did that for me, thany you very much !

    Wooow, sooo much great news, now, I know that I can see NMB48 in their theater with my wheelchair ! ^^

    And…

    Is this address that I must to use for telling to NMB48 staff that I will come in a wheelchair, if I win a ticket ?

    This one ? [email protected]

    A another question :

    How to say that in Japanese (I know to speak Japanese, but not fluently !) ?

    That would be the contents of the email when I will send to NMB48 if after winning :

    ” Hello !

    I won a ticket, I will go to the theater in a wheelchair. ”

    Is it good like that or not ?

    And an another question :

    And for AKB48 in Tokyo, if I win a ticket for AKB48 when I will be in Tokyo, must I do the same thing for AKB48 staff, or it is not necessary ?

    One thing that we already know, the Don Quijote building and the AKB48 theater are both accessible for my wheelchair !

    So, no need to tell them that I will come in a wheelchair if I win (for AKB48 !) !

    Okay, thank you very, very much ! ^^

    See you soon ! 🙂

  • accessible-japan

    Administrator
    November 16, 2017 at 7:14 pm

    Enjoy the show!

  • roxas04

    Member
    November 17, 2017 at 6:44 pm

    Thank you ! ^^

    And the three last questions :

    1) Is this address that I must to use for telling to NMB48 staff that I will come in a wheelchair, if I win a ticket ?

    This one ? [email protected]

    2) How should I say that in Japanese (I know to speak Japanese, but not fluently !) ?

    That would be the contents (or the body) of the email when I will send to NMB48 if after winning :

    ” Hello !

    I won a ticket, I will go to the theater in a wheelchair. ”

    Is it good like that or not ?

    3) And for AKB48 in Tokyo, if I win a ticket for AKB48 when I will be in Tokyo, must I do the same thing for AKB48 staff, or it is not necessary ?

    These are the three last questions !

    Thank you very much ! ^^

    See you soon ! 🙂

  • accessible-japan

    Administrator
    November 17, 2017 at 7:40 pm

    Hi,

    1. Yes, that is the address.
    2. Try: 抽選に当たりました。私は車椅子を使う人です。どうすればいいですか?
      But also ask in English so they also tell you in both languages.
    3. You will need to do the same thing for the AKB 48 show as well.

    Enjoy

  • roxas04

    Member
    November 18, 2017 at 10:00 pm

    Hello again ! ^^

    1) Whoaaahh, okay, thank you so much ! ^^

    2) Okay, thank you soo much for the translation in japanese ! 🙂

    Okay, I will try that in English, too !

    3) Ah, okay, thank you very much for advicing me for that ! 😉

    Err, an another question on about it :

    Okay, I have the NMB48 staff address.

    But, what is (the same thing for AKB48 !) the AKB48 staff address, please ?

    Thank you !

    I will need to warn AKB48 that I will come to the theater on a wheelchair, like for NMB48 !

    So, I will need the AKB48 staff address.

    Thank you very much Accessible Japan ! ^^

    See you soon ! 🙂

  • accessible-japan

    Administrator
    November 19, 2017 at 11:35 am

    Hello again!

    The AKB 48 address is: [email protected]

  • roxas04

    Member
    November 19, 2017 at 7:37 pm

    Hello again !

    Okay, thank you very much for AKB48 address ! ^^

    Huh, again an another question :

    Which mail box must I to use for sending an email to [email protected] (the NMB48 one !) and to [email protected] (the AKB48 one !) ?

    My usual orange email box (when I am logged in with my usual orange email address, of course !) or an another email box than this one should I use especially for that ?

    Thank you very much ! ^^

    See you soon Accessible Japan ! 🙂

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