Just some thoughts about Ticket Pick Ups at 7/11.
I wandered into a random one the other day, and talked to the dude working there.
You will need the Ticket Order Confirmation e-mail with your ticket number on it (about 15 digits). You can either print it out, before you go, or take your mobile device with it on there.
(For example my confirmation e-mail was sent to my i-phone e-mail, so I will take the phone and show them the e-mail.)
The staff enters your ticket information into the register and prints out the ticket(s) for you. They might get you to push a 'confirm' button on a screen. They will also give you a receipt to sign. And that's it.
Simply say 'Ticket Pick up' and show the e-mail and you'll be fine. Don't forget to smile.
The only small confusion I had with my dude at first was he thought I wanted to buy tickets at first.
I recommend you take some I.D. with you (just in case) and maybe have the credit card with you...again just in case.
Also maybe some small change in case there is a printing fee (maybe 300-400 Yen/ 3 or 4 bucks).
Most staff will be able to understand simple English spoken a little slowly and clearly.
The ticket confirmation e-mail also includes Japanese instructions for the Staff if they give you a WTF? look. but I don't think there will be any issues.
this part of the e-mail:
[STANDING FRONT/REAR, SS/S/A SEAT]
Tickets must be picked up at a Seven-Eleven store in Japan prior to the show, and will not be issued at the venue.
Tickets will be available for pick up from 20th November (Wed) from 10:00am.
When picking up your ticket(s), you will be required to show your e-mail purchase confirmation to store staff. Please ensure you print this in advance or are able to access it on your mobile device.
After the staff have confirmed the Ticket Number shown in your e-mail purchase, they will print your ticket(s).
Make picking up the tickets a priority when you get into Tokyo. Don't leave it to the last minute.
Don't lose them, they cannot be re-issued.
I hope this is some help, it may be redundant as others may have already posted about it.
Keep on Rockin' and Rolling.