Official List of Winning Numbers
Japan Year-End Draw
Draw Date: Saturday, December 31, 2016
Prize Division Winning Numbers Group Number Prize Winnings in Japanese Yen US Dollar Equivalent
100 167038 104 700,000,000.00 6,096,891.80
101 167037 104 150,000,000.00 1,306,476.81
102 167039 104 150,000,000.00 1,306,476.81
103 167038 Any Group other than 104 500,000.00 4,354.92
104 180947 Kumishita 1 digit nine sets 15,000,000.00 130,647.68
105 182421 each set common 1,000,000.00 8,709.84
106 ticket ending in 382 last three digits 10,000.00 87.09
107 ticket ending in 98 last two digits 3,000.00 26.12
108 ticket ending in 8 under 1 digit 300.00 2.61
 
RESULTS HISTORY FOR 2016
December 31   August 09   June 09   March 25  
RESULTS HISTORY FOR 2015
December 31   August 11   June 11   March 20  
RESULTS HISTORY FOR 2014
December 31   August 05   June 13   March 14  
RESULTS HISTORY FOR 2013
December 31   August 13   June 20   March 15  
RESULTS HISTORY FOR 2012
December 31   August 07   June 12   March 23  
RESULTS HISTORY FOR 2011
December 31   August 09   June 14   March 15  
RESULTS HISTORY FOR 2010
December 31   August 10   June 15   March 12  
RESULTS HISTORY FOR 2009
December 31   August 11   June 16   March 11  
RESULTS HISTORY FOR 2008
December 31   August 12   June 17   March 12  
RESULTS HISTORY FOR 2007
December 31   October 24   August 16   June 12   March 14  

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March 01, 2017
¥ 25 BILLION
(US$212 MILLION)

 
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Tickets in Japan's Jumbo Draws are sold exclusively by the Mizuho Bank for a limited time period before each draw. And because the Draws are so popular, Ticket sales stop as soon as all Tickets are sold… often before the announced sales period is over. This naturally leaves little opportunity for foreign players to take part. In fact, until 2003, entry into the Japanese Jumbo Lottery Draw has never before been offered to players living overseas.