Are you looking for a way to unlock the smartphone that you got from SoftBank, au, or docomo? The user login pages and official websites are all in Japanese, making it very difficult to navigate for those who do not understand Japanese.
The procedure to unlock a smartphone is also quite complicated. The unlocking procedure differs depending on how the smartphone was purchased (new or used), the carrier you have a contract with, payment method, etc.
We have the answers that you’re looking for. In this article, we will be explaining (with pictures!) how to unlock the smartphones that you have purchased from the three major Japanese phone companies: SoftBank, au, or docomo. We hope that it comes in handy!
Setting up home internet in Japan can be a hassle!
When setting up regular fiber internet in Japan, you will probably have to let some construction workers into your place for so they can run the fiber optic wires through your walls. You may have to take the weekday off, or spend extra so they can install it on the weekend.
Also, from when you order home internet, it could take up to 2 months for the installation team to make it to your residence, and even longer if you live outside the metropolitan area. That means it will probably take a while before you’ll be able to use your super-fast fiber-optic internet.
For these reasons, SoftBank has released a new service called SoftBank Air to help relieve the hassle. In this article, we will explain what their new service is, translate some reviews, and tell you how to apply. READ MORE
With a history of over 300 years, Kinugawa Onsen boasts its magnificent canyons beauty and famous hot spring water. To help first-time visitors to Japan enjoy Kinugawa Onsen 120% more, the Sakura Mobile Blog Team has created a complete guide to Kinugawa Onsen.
In this article, you will learn about the best places to stay, things to do in Kinugawa Onsen, recommended food, and restaurants. READ MORE
If you’ve ever traveled abroad, you’ll know how important it is to have access to Instagram, messaging applications, or Google MAP. You’re going to want a prepaid SIM card that you can use in Japan just like in your home country.
However, deciding on a SIM card that will be perfect for your trip to Japan is not an easy task.