Japan - Takarakuji Loto 7



Past Results

Friday 14 Jun 2024
  • 7
  • 19
  • 23
  • 33
  • 34
  • 35
  • 36
  • 5
  • 10
Jackpot
1,000,000,000¥

Top Jackpot This Week

14 h : 48 m : 53
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Winning Numbers

The Most Common Drawn Takarakuji Loto 7 Numbers - Hot Numbers
30
Drawn 59 times
35 Days ago
17 May 2024
18
Drawn 58 times
28 Days ago
24 May 2024
32
Drawn 58 times
133 Days ago
09 Feb 2024
13
Drawn 57 times
21 Days ago
31 May 2024
17
Drawn 57 times
77 Days ago
05 Apr 2024
19
Drawn 55 times
7 Days ago
14 Jun 2024
22
Drawn 54 times
14 Days ago
07 Jun 2024
9
Drawn 25 times
35 Days ago
17 May 2024
33
Drawn 21 times
105 Days ago
08 Mar 2024
The Least Often Drawn Takarakuji Loto 7 Numbers - Cold Numbers
23
Drawn 35 times
7 Days ago
14 Jun 2024
12
Drawn 38 times
35 Days ago
17 May 2024
2
Drawn 38 times
14 Days ago
07 Jun 2024
24
Drawn 39 times
112 Days ago
01 Mar 2024
28
Drawn 39 times
35 Days ago
17 May 2024
6
Drawn 41 times
91 Days ago
22 Mar 2024
1
Drawn 41 times
56 Days ago
26 Apr 2024
5
Drawn 8 times
7 Days ago
14 Jun 2024
7
Drawn 8 times
28 Days ago
24 May 2024
The statistics are generated from 2019 to the latest draw


Play Takarakuji Loto 7 Online

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Takarakuji Loto 7

Loto 7 is one of the biggest lottery games in Japan.

A Loto 7 ticket costs JPY 300.

Players select SEVEN numbers from 1 to 37.

The TOP PRIZE is JPY 600,000,000.

If the top prize carries over, the first-place winner takes home JPY 1 billion in the next draw.

Draws take place every Friday.

Advance play is available to enter up to 50 draws at once, plus a Joint Purchase option to enter Loto 7 as a group, who are able to select up to 17 numbers to enter all possible combinations.

Unlike many other global lotteries, Loto 7 does not have any other games or ways of winning beyond the main draw.

How to Play Loto 7?

To play Loto 7 in Japan, select seven numbers from box A on your ticket. There are 37 possible numbers. Two bonus numbers will be automatically selected for you.

Players are allowed to make more than one bet at a time.

See the table below as an example of someone who makes three bets: Box A, Box B and Box C.

Loto 7 Table

Box A Box B Box C Box D Box E
1 11 21 31 1 11 21 31 1 11 21 31 1 11 21 31 1 11 21 31
2 12 22 32 2 12 22 32 2 12 22 32 2 12 22 32 2 12 22 32
3 13 23 33 3 13 23 33 3 13 23 33 3 13 23 33 3 13 23 33
4 14 24 34 4 14 24 34 4 14 24 34 4 14 24 34 4 14 24 34
5 15 25 35 5 15 25 35 5 15 25 35 5 15 25 35 5 15 25 35
6 16 26 36 6 16 26 36 6 16 26 36 6 16 26 36 6 16 26 36
7 17 27 37 7 17 27 37 7 17 27 37 7 17 27 37 7 17 27 37
8 18 28 xx 8 18 28 xx 8 18 28 xx 8 18 28 xx 8 18 28 xx
9 19 29 xx 9 19 29 xx 9 19 29 xx 9 19 29 xx 9 19 29 xx
10 20 30 xx 10 20 30 xx 10 20 30 xx 10 20 30 xx 10 20 30 xx

Box A

In Box A, numbers 1, 2, 3, 14, 25, 26 & 29 are chosen.

You will win six hundred million JPY if your numbers appear in the Friday draw.

If no-one wins on Friday, the winner will take home 1 billion JPY if their numbers appear the following Friday. The jackpost is capped at 1 billion.

Box B

In Box B, numbers 5, 10, 14, 18, 22, 23 & 37 are chosen.

Box C

In Box C, numbers 2, 12, 20, 26, 30, 33 & 36 are chosen.

During the Friday draw, seven main numbers are drawn plus two automatically selected bonus numbers.

Odds and Prizes

The odds of winning Loto 7 prize category 1 are 1 in 10,295,472.

The odds of winning Loto 7 prize category 2 are 1 in 735,391.

Note: Loto 7 winnings pay THREE times more in comparison to Loto 6, but entry is more expensive and the odds of winning are harder.

Prize Category Winning Amount (JPY) Numbers Matched Winning Odds
1 600,000,000 7 1 in 10,295,472
*2 7,300,000 6 + bonus number 1 in 735,391
3 730,000 6 1 in 52,528
4 9,100 5 1 in 1,127
5 1,400 4 1 in 72
*6 1,000 3 + 1 or 2 bonus numbers 1 in 42

*Note that bonus numbers are only used to determine Prize Categories 2 and 6.

Multiple tickets and future draws

You can purchase multiple tickets for multiple future draws if you wish.

If you want to buy two or more tickets with the same amount of bets and numbers:

  • Use the column second farthest to the right, as shown on your ticket.
  • Select between 2 and 10 for the number of tickets you wish to purchase.

If you want to choose the same sets of numbers for future draws.

Awesome! You can do this too.

  • Use the column to the very farthest right on your ticket.
  • Again, choose between 2 and 10 for the number of future draws.

Payouts and Taxes

Lottery winnings in Japan are paid out as lump sums only, with players having up to 12 months to claim their winnings from authorized lottery retailers or participating banks.

Players who buy tickets at an ATM in Japan will have their winnings directly paid into a respective bank account.

Japan DOES NOT TAX lottery prizes!

Additional taxes for gifting 1.1 million JPY or more in winnings to friends or relatives do apply for 1st and 2nd prizes.

Loto 7 is more expensive than Loto 6 and harder to win, but payouts are higher.

Players from abroad should check local tax laws to find out if they need to pay tax at home.

Who Can Play Loto 7?

Anyone can play Loto 7 in Japan,but only genuine residents of Japan can claim or collect lottery prizes!

To qualify as a legitimate resident you must reside in that country for an uninterrupted period of one full tax year (January 1 through December 31).

Not Japanese then? Never mind, you can still play Loto 7 for fun!

Where Can I Play Loto 7?

Loto 7 tickets are usually bought at authorized Takarakuji booths - an authorized retailer across all of Japan - as well as from the official website and even at selected ATMs.

Participants must be at least 20 years of age.

Fun fact: Chapter 23 of the Criminal Code of Japan states that gambling is a banned activity! But special laws allow football pools, public sports and - you got it -LOTTERIES.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can multiple people win the 1st prize?

Yes, of course, and this does happen occasionally.

The JPY 600 million jackpot will be split between all lucky winners.

How many times can the jackpot carry over?

Technically, only once until the next Friday, when it increases to JPY 1 billion.

If no-one claims this prize, it will keep on carrying over as JPY 1 billion.

Can I bet more than once?

Yes, you definitely can.

If you wish to make a single bet, choose numbers from Box A only. For two bets, choose Box A and Box B, etc. See the table above.

Is the winning amount always the same?

Actually, NO it isn’t!

The top prize of JPY 600 million is classified as a theoretical amount because it depends on the amount of sales and the number of winning tickets sold.