Ways to pay in Japan introduces how to make a payment at Japanese shops. It makes your travel awesome to know the way of payment.

Sukiya Payment Methods

Creditcard Accepted (Visa / Mastercard / JCB / American Express / Diners Club / UnionPay)
Contactless payment Accepted (Visa / Mastercard / JCB / American Express / Diners Club / UnionPay)
Transportation E-Money Accepted
Official Website(English) https://www.sukiya.jp/en/index.html


When you have finished eating, take your slip and go to the cashier.

After handing the slip to the clerk, tell him or her how you want to pay.

Credit cards are accepted as well as contactless payment. When you say “credit card,” touch the terminal in the image below.


If the register is a semi-self-checkout, hand your receipt to the store staff. A screen like the one in the photo will appear, allowing you to select your payment method. The buttons on the menu are also labeled in English.


About Sukiya

Sukiya is a beef bowl chain with the largest number of stores in Japan. There are more than 1,900 stores in Japan.

Beef bowl is called Gyudon in Japanese.

In addition to beef bowls, Sukiya also offers curry.

Unless the restaurant is very crowded, your order will be served in a few minutes.

The following types of Gyudon are the most popular.

  • Gyudon
  • Gyudon w/ Kimchi
  • Gyudon with 3 Cheeses
  • Gyudon with Grated Radish
  • Gyudon with Mustard Leaf, Cod Caviar and Mayonnaise
  • Gyudon with Green Onion and Raw Egg
  • Gyudon with Grated Yam
  • Gyudon with Grated Yam Gyudon with Lettuce on Tofu(Gyudon with Lettuce on Tofu (soybean curd) *no rice

Gyudon with 3 Cheeses is often picked up as the most popular item.

Available in S, M, M-extra (more meat than M), L, XL, and MEGA sizes.