Konbini is a payment method where users pay for their orders at a convenience store using a receipt number or bank. These stores, such as 7-Eleven, FamilyMart, and Lawson, are very popular in Japan.

Konbini is a delayed fulfillment payment method, which means fulfillment happens after authorization and settlement.

Additional setup required: If you are interested in using Konbini, contact your Customer Success Manager. The Customer Success Manager will send instructions to file an application form to obtain a client's unique ship ID from a local payment gateway. They will assist in completing the form in Japanese.

How to configure

How you configure Konbini depends on whether you're using DigitalRiver.js with Elements or Drop-in payments.

DigitalRiver.js with ElementsDrop-in payments

How it works

Konbini uses a delayed payment flow.

Supported markets

For information on supported markets and currencies for Drop-in and DigitalRiver.js, go to:

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