How Japanese People Celebrate New Years Day? | wifi rental japan

New Year’s Day means a lot to many people. Some of us make a plan of studying something new while others plan to lose weight for healthy life. Japan is also not an exceptional. If you are here in japan in November, you will see many different types of diaries sold in stationary stores. It means that many people are expecting for upcoming year.

Even though Christmas is not a national holiday in Japan, New Year’s Day is a national holiday. In addition to this, many companies have long-day off between 31st December and the first week of January. It depends on which industry they are working on, though. People who are living far apart from their families visit their hometown during these holidays. In this article, we will look for what Japanese people do on New Year’s Day.
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The Secrets About Unlimited Pocket WiFi | wifi rental japan

Basically you can use unlimited 4G data with advance mode of 305ZT and high speed mode of W05. However, unlimited settings may not allow you to stay connected if you are using it in places like subway and basement. In addition to this, if your room is surrounded by walls, there is a possibility that radio wave from outside cannot be received well. In this case, you can relocate pocket WiFi to the place like near window. However, it still may not work depend on your surrounding environment.

There is a solution for this. Unfortunately, this solution will not lead you to use unlimited data; however, you can still stay connected under difficult environment. This applies to almost all pocket WiFi in Japan. When a WiFi rental company in Japan says you can use unlimited data, it means you can use unlimited 4G data, not 4G LTE. Some places will say you can use unlimited 4G LTE. In this case, the usage of 4G LTE is limited to 1-3 Gigabytes per day and speed limit will be applied after using all of these.
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Christmas in Japan? | wifi rental japan

Unfortunately Christmas, one of the biggest annual festivals in the world, is not a national holiday in Japan. Christmas doesn’t have any religious meaning since not many Japanese people are Christians. However, Japanese people do celebrate Christmas with their own way. It is more like sharing happy moments with families or friends rather than a religious celebration.

Christmas is usually a day for couples or people in romantic relationship, though they have to work on the day. Young couples will walk around a place where is full of Christmas illumination and have a meal at a romantic restaurant. If you wish to have a meal at posh restaurant, you will have to make a reservation at least a month in advance. In this article, we will look for what Japanese people do and how they celebrate Christmas.
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How Many Mbps is Good? | wifi rental japan

Many people who are not really interested in computer and network will not know much about terms used for WiFi such as Mbps and Kbps. A lot of pocket WiFi rental companies advertise their products with its speed. However, not many places explain to what extent you can use internet connection with certain amount of Mbps. So, how many Mbps do you need to use internet without having lags? Is it really enough to enjoy everything including watching Youtube videos and play mobile games? In this article, we will look for how many Mbps you need for enjoying WiFi without troubles.
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*Coming Soon!* Introducing New Pocket WiFi Model | wifi rental japan

Currently wifi rental japan offers only one option to our customers, which is Y!mobile 305ZT. Y!mobile 305ZT is popular in Japan for its stable connection, high speed, and reasonable price. The speed of WiFi reaches 187.5 Mbps for download, which is very enough for using your devices without having lags, and it only costs JPY 600 per day including tax. You will easily find wifi rental japan provides the best price when searching for other pocket WiFi rental companies in Japan.
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Staying in Japan for a Long Term? | wifi rental japan

Many people come to Japan just for a short visit. In this case, I highly recommend renting a pocket WiFi since rental fee is not very expensive and you can use unlimited data. I believe it’s more useful than buying SIM card because (1) you must have unlocked phone to use SIM card, (2) it’s usually expensive, and (3) the usage of data is limited.

However, some of you are planning to stay in Japan for a few months. You may be traveling all around Japan for a long time, studying as student, or working for a long term. Having phone number is really important in Japan; however, it is difficult to have phone number at the same time. It has become quite easier but few years ago there was an ironic situation for foreign residents when making phone number. Phone number was needed to open Japanese bank account. Japanese bank account was needed to make a phone number. It was like an assignment which would never finish. Nowadays it became much easier since you can easily make your phone number with credit card.
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Tokyo Travel Guide 11 Asakusa : Attractions | wifi rental japan

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If you are interested in traditional aspects of Japan it’s a must to visit Asakusa. Visiting sensoji, which is an ancient Buddhist temple, will give you an experience of feeling old Japan. It is also good place to see modern Japan since there is a world’s second tallest structure located near Sensoji. Going up to the top floor of Tokyo Sky Tree, you will be able to see how developed and advanced Japan is. In this article, we will look for attractions in Japan in terms of traditional and modern Japan.

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(1) Visit Sensoji
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Tokyo Travel Guide 11 Asakusa : Restaurants | wifi rental japan

You will soon get hungry after having a look on historic Asakusa and modern Tokyo Skytree. There are a lot of restaurants in Asakusa where you can have traditional Japanese cuisine. Take a little walk from Sensoji, which can be called as traditional district in Asakusa, you will find Tokyo Skytree, world’s second tallest structure. Surprisingly, this place will provide you with various dining options. If you want to have a fancy meal at posh restaurant, dining at restaurants located on the high floor of Skytree is recommended. In this article, we will introduce restaurants in Asakusa district.

SENSOJI TRADITIONAL AREA

(1) Unatetsu

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Tokyo Travel Guide 11 Asakusa : Shopping Malls | wifi rental japan

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Asakusa is a place where you can see both traditional and modern Japan. The most famous tour attraction is Sensoji, which is a temple built in the 7th century. The reason why here became a famous tour spot is not only because of temple itself. You will have to pass a long pathway full of stores selling souvenirs and Japanese snacks to get to the temple. This shopping street provides tourists a lot of traditional things to enjoy and that’s why how Asakusa could become a lot more famous.
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Tokyo Travel Guide 10 Nakameguro : Attractions | wifi rental japan

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As I explained before, Nakameguro is famous for Meguro river and hundreds of cherry blossom trees. This lovely area provides a lot of hipster clothing brands and dining spots. Actually Nakameguro is just few minutes away from Shibuya by train but here gives a lot different atmosphere. Nakameguro itself is very quiet and peaceful since here is home for local people and celebrities, which is totally different from vigorous image of Shibuya. In this article, we will look for things to do in Nakameguro.
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