What is Lucky WiFi?
The site provides rental service of mobile WiFi router that can be used when traveling in Japan. We can deliver it to hotels and airport. The shortest plan starts from one day. There are different plans that you can choose according to your staying period! Supporting almost the whole Japan from Okinawa to Hokkaido as well as Tokyo and Kyoto. You can use it for SNS posting, finding sightseeing maps. You can use it at famous spots such as Japanese animation and manga locations, sky tree, temples and shrines. Of course, you can use it while traveling on the Shinkansen.
*Tax included, postage excluded
Easy 4 steps
Step1 Order and settle payment
Please set the rental period and make your order from our site, and make payment.
Step2 Product arrival
After your ordered and payment, it will arrive on the same day of the use started date.
It will be delivered to airport post offices etc...
It is easy to use for beginners. Just turn on the power and enter pass code. That’s it!During the dates that you signed up, you can enjoy internet and SNS and e-mail etc.
Easy to return! After using, please put the rental equipment into the Return Envelope and post it.
Please mail it at the same day of the use last date.
How to Use Lucky WiFi
Based on the questionnaires we received from customers, we have made improvements for better services.
We aim to "create a more user-friendly communication environment for all travelers" and improve our services everyday.
To provide a fairer and better Internet environment to customers, we do not advertise and have our own shops. But we are engaged in our services with a small team.
Lucky WiFi will live up to everyone's expectations and continue to strive for No.1 in the field.
- 2018.12.20 Our New Year's Holiday
- 2018.10.19 Lucky WiFi has started free gift promotion.
- 2018.09.06 Announcement of Delivery Delay due to earthquake in Hokkaido.
- 2018.09.05 Information for customers who can not receive WiFi due to typhoon 21(Typhoon Jebi)
- 2018.09.03 We start handling the latest translator "Mayumi Ⅱ."