You will be able to access the Internet by connecting your PC or smartphone to the Wi-Fi router.
You will be able to use the Internet as you do always, such as make Google searches, or post on Facebook or Instagram.
All our Wi-Fi routers use the LTE network, so you will have stress-free, high-speed access to the Internet. We also have Wi-Fi routers that allow high-volume data transfer, suitable for viewing videos.
Connecting with the Wi-Fi router is very easy.
Simply turning on the Wi-Fi router will emit Wi-Fi signals.
Just select the Wi-Fi device from your smartphone or PC to connect. You just need to set the password once.
Our Wi-Fi routers can be used in most places in Japan. (There are some exceptions, such as basement floors, tunnels, some isolated islands, or some mountainous areas).
It may also be used while in transit.
For example, you can search about your destination on your smartphone while you are on the way, on a bus or taxi.
You can also check information about a shop you discovered in town, or send a beautiful picture you just took of the sights to your friends.
You can connect up to 10 or 14 devices, including smartphones and PCs with 1 Wi-Fi router. Your speed may not be affected by 2-3 devices, but may slow down if you use many devices at the same time.
If you are traveling with friends or family, you can all connect to one Wi-Fi router. (The range of Wi-Fi signal is about 10 meters.) Everyone staying in the same room can connect to the same device too.
You only need one device, so it can be very economical to share.
Click on the "Order" button on this page.
You can choose the delivery location and rental start date from the order screen.
Please make your payment on the last page.
We only accept credit card payments.
When your order is complete, we will send a confirmation email to your specified e-mail address.
We offer 3 types of Wi-Fi routers.
The models vary in specifications, but the following 3 are the key differences.
Take a look at the 3 major differences, and select the one best for you.
The data allowance varies depending on the Wi-Fi model.
Once you reach your limit, the transmission may stop or become slowed.
For the further detail, please click here.
What happens when you exceed the data limit?
Data transfer speed will be limited.
For Softbank routers, the transfer speed will slow down. With auKDDI routers, data transfer will be stopped.
The data transfer speed will recover the following month.
There are no charges for data exceeding the limit.
How can I check the data usage?
Softbank routers show the data usage on the screen. For auKDDI routers, please contact us by email or phone.
Make sure to give us your router number. e.g.) auXX, etc
Roughly how much data will I need?
Watching a 1hr video on a smartphone will use approximately 1GB. For further details, click here.
When is the data usage reset?
Data usage is reset on the first day of every month.
Data transfer speeds will recover the following calendar month. However, if you would like faster speeds, please place an order for another device until the end of the month.
20GB / Month
50GB / Month
100GB / Month
*The transmission allowance is by month. It will be reset on the 1st of every month.
You may use up to the same data volume the following month.
*Please be assured that even if you rent at the middle of the month, you will be given a device with an ensured data volume left.
The following data volumes are ensured:
SoftBank FS030W ▷ 20GB
SoftBank 601HW ▷ 50GB
SoftBank 809SH ▷ 100GB
* For short rental periods not exceeding one month, you still may use the full data allocation.
News site (0.4MB)：
Text message of about 300 characters
(0.006MB): approx. 1 million e-mails
Typical resolution for a smartphone
(0.2GB/h): approx. 25 hours
Clear resolution for a PC (0.7GB/h):
approx. 5 hours
E-mail & Internet browsing does not use much data. However, please be careful that viewing video consumes large volumes of data.
The maximum speed differs by model.
The indicated values are the maximum theoretical speeds, so may differ from actual speeds.
There may not be too much difference between models if you will be browsing the Internet.
(You may not notice any difference in speed)
Since all our devices use the LTE network, they are faster among portable Wi-Fi routers.
The following are other comparisons between Wi-Fi rental and other connectivity options.
By inserting a purchased SIM card into your smartphone, you will be able to call and connect to the Internet. If you would like to make calls, purchasing a SIM card might be the best option.
However, you will need to modify the APN on your smartphone after inserting the SIM card. This may be a little technical for those who are not knowledgeable with smartphones.
Global roaming allows you to access the Internet in Japan using your own smartphone and current carrier from your home country.
It is very convenient since you only need to perform a few steps on your smartphone, but the daily allowed data volume is small, and can be very expensive.
This option is recommended for emergencies or for short term use. It is not recommended for longer use as it can become very costly.
Your contacts can call you with your usual number, so that you don't miss any important calls, but you may be charged with expensive roaming costs for both incoming and outgoing calls.
Many stations and airports in Japan have free Wi-Fi spots.
If you will be limiting your Internet use to stations and airports, using these free Wi-Fi spots may be the most economical.
You can access the Internet by contracting with a local network provider to use smartphones or Wi-Fi routers.
The contracts are usually for 2-3 years, and do not suit short-term use. You will also need to purchase a smartphone or Wi-Fi router provided by the carrier.