Haneda International Airport continues to shed its image as Tokyo’s premier domestic airport, opting to schedule more arriving and departing international flights; and as it becomes more accessible to overseas touriss and business travelers, the airport continues to introduce services and amenities that can help you during your stay in Japan, like Pocket WiFi rentals and Data SIM Cards.
If you booked a plane ticket that will be arriving at Haneda, be sure to keep reading as we present the best deals for Haneda Airport WiFi rentals! READ MORE
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If you’re planning a trip to Japan, there’s a good chance your final destination will be landing at Narita International Airport (NRT), just 60 kilometers east of Tokyo. And seeing how as much as 50% of all international travelers use this hub for entering and leaving Japan, it’s no wonder there are so many services and amenities catering specifically to international travelers at the airport. One such service—and an important one for your trip—is picking up a portable WiFi rental, which can easily be found at various rental counters around the airport.
But with so many companies to choose from, how do you know you’re getting the best deal on Pocket WiFi at Narita International Airport? We’ve taken the time to put together an easy-to-understand comparison to help you decide which company offers the best value for your money.
You’ve landed in Japan, and are overcome with excitement to have finally arrived in the country you’ve dreamed about for so long — but your excitement quickly turns to confusion as soon as you step off the airplane at Narita Airport. Your mind is flooded with questions about your new surroundings. Read more for the answers.
Japan is so much more than just Tokyo. Japan’s rural areas give greater insight into traditional Japanese lifestyle. Here, we’ll show you five rural Japan areas a little off the beaten path to add to your next travel itinerary– and how Sakura Mobile’s Pocket WiFi and Prepaid SIM cards can help you get there quickly and safely.
The Japan Exchange and Teaching Programme, also known as the JET Program, is a great way for people who love Japan, yet don’t know the language or culture fluently, to come to Japan and immerse themselves in the local environment and pick up the language while teaching English.
For many of us, our phones are the most important devices we own. They are vital for checking the weather, searching for jobs and keeping up with friends. No matter where we are in the world, fast and reliable communication is important for our everyday lives.
When Friday rolls around and the long workweek is done, there is only one thing to do – go out with friends, get some drinks and dance until morning. But before you can do that, you need to know the best places to go, so here is a quick intro to some of the biggest Tokyo Nightclubs.
Cell phones are a modern necessity wherever you are, but no more so than if you are a student looking to make the most of your stay in a foreign country like Japan. Whether you are trying to navigate through streets labeled with kanji characters, arranging to meet friends at an izakaya Japanese bar, or sending the latest Mount Fuji pics to your family, it’s nice to know that the people you love and the places you want to go are just a touchscreen-tap or phone call away. Fortunately, there are plenty of Japanese cell phone plans for both short and long-term students. Before going to study in the Land of the Rising Sun, take a look at some of the options and decide which one is right for you. READ MORE
Even when living a sprawling metropolis like Tokyo, it’s easier to feel isolated and unable make personal connections than you may think. But you don’t have to feel that way anymore! If you’re looking to meet that special someone or trying to get out of the house and find a potential mate with similar interests, these six dating apps may be just what you need. READ MORE