Service started at tourist information center "shibuya-san" on the 1st floor of Shibuya Fuclas

We are pleased to announce the launch of "WiFiBOX," an "unprecedented Wi-Fi rental service" that allows users to easily rent a mobile Wi-Fi router using a non-contact device, at the "shibuya-san tourist information & art center (hereinafter referred to as "shibuya-san") on the first floor of Shibuya Fuklas from 10:00 a.m. on Monday, May 22, 2023.

This is the second location in the Shibuya area, and the first is the tourist information center "shibuya-san" on the first floor of Shibuya Fuklas, which aims to meet the needs of foreign visitors to Japan as well as domestic business, sightseeing, and Giga-shortage users.
This brings the total number of WiFiBOXes installed to 14 facilities and 19 locations. We will continue to further expand the service in Japan, including the Shibuya area, to further improve customer convenience.

Installation Overview


shibuya-san tourist information & art center
1-2-3 Dogenzaka, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, Japan (attached to Tokyu Plaza Shibuya)

Usage fee

Within Japan 840 yen per day (tax included, unlimited use)
*500MB/440 yen (tax included) and 1GB/660 yen (tax included) plans per day are also available.

Business hours

10:00 - 20:00 (open year-round)

Web site

Make a reservation now!


"shibuya-san" is Japan's first tourist information center and art center, located on the first floor of Shibuya Fuklas in front of Shibuya Station. Located right in front of the bus terminal where express buses from Narita and Haneda Airports arrive and depart, it serves as a base for welcoming many tourists and business travelers. Since all staff members speak at least three languages, the facility is in high demand as a luggage storage and tourist information center for foreign visitors to Japan.

Alcohol and soft drinks are served inside the facility, and the facility can also be used as a waiting area, so it can be picked up in advance before arrival at the airport and used for light work while waiting for the bus. In addition to the demand from overseas travelers, the facility can be used temporarily for sightseeing and business, and can also be rented and picked up across the Tokyo metropolitan area, making it even more convenient.

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