October 8th, 2010


japanese help

Hello, me again ^^U
I got a responso to an e-mail I sent to a fans club (FT) asking for my membership card which I need to pick up my tickets for a concert, but the e-mail is too long for me to understand :S I think it says to pick it up the day of the concert, but I'm not too sure.
I know I ask too much, but if anyone could just tell me something, anything the e-mail says it would be great :)

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