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If you’re going to be in Japan for more than a month, the SoftBank Unlimited T06 Plan from Wi-FiRental.com is worth considering. Our advice is to get the fastest speed possible and opt for lots of, or unlimited, data (note that many plans have daily data caps after which speeds are temporarily reduced). After all, you’re going to be uploading loads of pics and footage of your adventures to make your friends jealous — and you don’t want to get throttled in these noble endeavors. We may be cheapskates, but we believe in decent internet.
If you really need your speed, their Premium Wifi plan comes with the same perks, but with speeds of up to 187.5Mbps — for a not-insignificant ¥ 600 more per day. You could also go for the budget option of their Standard Plan for ¥ 1,900 on your first day, and around ¥ 400 for each additional day. However, be aware that this plan is limited to slow 6Mbps speeds during “peak times”— which is between 12pm and 2pm, and after 5pm! To get the eggs whites super crisp, we make sure to both oil the pan well and get the pan hot, hot, hot. Our criteria: For this category, we looked at plans that are good value for stays of just 2-3 days. Winner: Ninja Wifi Our criteria: Here, we have considered the needs of travelers coming to Japan for upwards of 30 days. If you’re planning to be here for a month or more, these are some of your best options when it comes to portable wifi. Winner: Wi-FiRental.com Our criteria: To work out the travel wifi plans that have the best value, we looked at pricing for five days, plus speed and data allowances, as well as English-language customer support. We used similar criteria across the categories below. Winner: Ninja WifiFifth: remove the lid. Slide the finished eggs on to a plate (or over a big bowl of rice or noodles!) Top with chopped green onions and eat Ric e Vinegar - Make sure to get the unseasoned rice vinegar. Markets put the unseasoned and seasoned next to each other on the shelves and sometimes it's easy to mistake one for the other. Seasoned rice vinegar has added salt and sugar which we don't want. Sugar - We use just a pinch of sugar for this recipe. Don't skip it, it makes a difference (and this is coming from someone who almost always omits sugar in savory recipes). For those spending a few months in Japan, the eConnect Japan Premium Plan offers a balance of data and affordability that makes it a worthy contender. With 50GB a month (and options for a lower 20GB or higher 100GB, depending on your needs), you should have enough to work with for moderate usage. Speeds are healthy, with 187.5Mbps being the norm, and at ¥ 231 a day for two or more months, it’s not too rough on your wallet either.
Tip: Try to pour in the egg so that the majority of the egg whites end up on one side of the yolk (as opposed to having the yolk perfectly in the center). Why? This will make the folding step easier because you can easily lift and fold over the longer egg white side. If you’re making a super short trip, the Ninja Wifi router is a great choice—you’re looking at ¥ 1,848 for three days, thanks to our specially negotiated cheapo discount. Runner-up: Pupuru WifiFourth: pour the soy sauce mixture over both eggs. Place a lid on the pan and let it simmer on low heat for 30 seconds. Read our full guide to long-term mobile wifi in Japan. 4. Best mobile wifi router for very short trips to Japan