Electric Money Was Not Accepted By The Old-fashioned Stall

Old-fshioned kiosk by the roadside
Shot in the city of Jakarta, Indonesia ©Tetsu Ozawa
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The old-fashioned stall, which sold cigarettes, beverages, and others, didn't accept electric money

It is not unusual to see a convenience store when walking in the center of Jakarta. There are quite a few convenience stores in Jakarta. Just like in Japan, there are ATMs in them, and you can withdraw money from them, and you can pay cashless accounts by electronic money. As a traveler, I wish they would make traveling a lot easier by making electronic money the same across the globe, but that's not going to happen. All the companies are battling to become the standard.

Yes, that's right. Edy, nanaco, and Suica, which are major electric money in Japan, are just electronic data in Jakarta. In Indonesia, GoPay run by Gojek and GrabPay run by Grab are the major e-moneys in this country.

I didn't use GOPAY or GRAB MONEY, so I don't know how to use them. I used Indomaret card issued by Indomaret, which is a prepaid card. It may be the same in Japan, but there are various services available and the places where you can use them may be limited. For example, a modest kiosk on the side of the road like the one in this photo. It was an old-fashioned stall, selling cigarettes and juice, but at least this place didn't accept prepaid electronic money.

日本語
Aug 2020 IN THE CITY INDONESIA

Where is Jakarta?

PHOTO DATA

No

11626

Shooting Date

Jan 2020

Posted On

August 3, 2020

Place

Jakarta, Indonesia

Genre

Portrait Photography

Camera

SONY ALPHA 7R II

Lens

ZEISS BATIS 2/40 CF