Public Telephones in Japan

  • Published on : 10/09/2010
  • by : Japan Experience

Public telephones in Japan are decreasing in number. There are three types: gray, green and the increasingly rare pink phone. Both gray and green public telephones take 10 yen and 100 yen coins as well as telephone cards with a value of 1000 yen which can be purchased at any convenience store.

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