【TRAVEL Q&A】Five tips about money and Wi-Fi use in Japan

27.August.2017 | SPOT

Here, we will introduce to you some information about using money and Wi-Fi service in Japan.

There are some places that won’t accept a credit card, so it’s important to have some cash, that is some yen, on you. Please check the information below before traveling in Japan.


1:I’m out of cash! Which ATM is the best to use?


The best ATMs are in convenience stores such as 7-Eleven, Lawson and Family Mart. They all have ATM machines depending on the location. Almost all convenience stores in Japan are open for 24 hours.


2:I’ve run out of money! I want to exchange some more money from back home – where do I do it?


You can exchange money at banks and post offices. You might be able to exchange money at your hotel so please confirm this when you check-in.

You can also change your money into yen at MOSHI MOSHI BOX! We have maps of the Shibuya and Harajuku areas, some souvenirs, Wi-Fi service and some PCs. All these services are available here, free of charge. Please come to MOSHI MOSHI BOX when you visit Harajuku.

▶︎MOSHI MOSHI BOX:http://www.moshimoshi-nippon.jp/ja/harajuku/4182


3:I want to use the internet…Where can I use Wi-Fi services?


Often cafes offer free Wi-Fi such as at Starbucks. But you can also rent portable Wi-Fi routers or rent smartphones at all major airports.

If you want to use Wi-Fi in Harajuku, come to MOSHI MOSHI BOX.


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