The ticket prices are as follows :
|0 to 6 years old*||Free||Free||Free|
|Children (7 to 12 years old)*||12.- CHF||12.- CHF||20.- CHF|
|Student / AVS / AI||18.- CHF||15.- CHF||27.- CHF|
|Adult||21.- CHF||18.- CHF||34.- CHF|
|Family (2 children and 1 adult)||39.- CHF||39.- CHF||–|
The convention will be open on :
Saturday: From 10.00 AM (9:30 AM for pre-sale) to 9:00 PM.
Sunday: From 10.00 AM (9:30 AM for pre-sale) to 7:00 PM.
Welcome to the Ticket Office of Japan Impact ! Tickets are available for sale for the 2017 edition, which will take place on the 18th and 19th February.
You can now buy your tickets for Japan Impact online. You can do so as follows below. Note that it is also possible to purchase 1 day tickets on site during the convention.
- Enter our online ticket office : click here. It is only available in French.
- Chose your tickets by indicating the number of tickets you wish to buy for each type of ticket. If you wish, you may add an extra amount of money to pay which will give you access to different Japan Impact goodies, that you will be able to collect at the PolyJapan stand during Japan Impact 2017 ! You may also tell us what you would like to see improved for future editions of Japan Impact.
- Connect to your account or create an account if you do not have one already. Japan Impact will not share any of your information with any third party.
- Make sure on the confirmation page that all information is correct and proceed to online payment. VISA and MasterCard credit cards are accepted, as well as payment by PostCard and E-Finance. No banking data is kept by Japan Impact.
If you have questions concerning the ticket office, do not hesitate to contact us using our contact form by selecting the “Question billetterie” option.
The tickets will also be available to buy in FNAC venues and on their online ticket office, in Switzerland, in France and in Belgium. They will also be available on site, during the convention (but only 1 day tickets).
Those who have already come to Japan Impact have certainly noticed that prices will be higher in 2017, and that new price categories are created to minimize the impact this will have on families. This is necessary, because the convention is moving to the Beaulieu Lausanne Convention Center. Indeed, our move created new expenses that we did not have while the convention took place in EPFL, such as rent of the convention grounds and rent of furniture. Our expenses are hence double those we had last year. Below is an explanatory chart of those expenses :
As you can see, new rent expenses are a very important portion of our budget. Furthermore, the communal tax in Lausanne is twice as high as the one we had in Epenex.
We have done everything we could to avoid an excessive increase in ticket prices. Since buying multiple tickets for a family can be very expensive, we have decided to create a “family” and a “children” ticket to make Japan Impact tickets more affordable to these categories of visitors.
We remind you that Japan Impact activities are completely free once you are inside (except for purchases of food drinks and commercial stall merchandise), therefore you will not pay for any of the activities, concerts or screenings organized by Japan Impact.
PolyJapan (the organizer of Japan Impact) is a non-profit EPFL student association, which aims to promote and make Japanese culture as accessible as possible, not to make money. None of the committee or staff are paid anything for the work they do for Japan Impact. It is our wish to be completely transparent towards you.