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Talk360 is the most suitable calling app for making affordable international or local calls to any phone without internet across the earth. With the Talk360 app, you can call any landline or mobile phone in Japan. What’s good about that? Only the caller needs to have the Talk360 calling app on their phone. The receiver of the call does not notice that you are calling via an application. Calling friends, family, clients, or business relations in Japan with the Talk360 app is simple & saves you a lot of money.

In this guide, we tell you about helpful tips on how to call Japan with Talk360, the benefits of the Talk360 app, how it differs to other international calling services, & lastly, we give you the fun facts about this wholesome country.

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How to Call Japan with Talk360

To remain in touch with loved ones who are in a different country results in high call prices & difficult to understand calling criteria. Now, Talk360 makes calling Japan easier & low cost. With the Talk360 calling app, you can call Japan at affordable per-minute prices.

To call a landline in Japan from the United States, simply follow these straightforward dialing tips:

  • first dial 011, the U.S. exit code;
  • next dial 81, the country code for Japan;
  • then dial the area code (1-2 digits. See a sample calling code list below);
  • and finally, dial the phone number (5–7 digits).

If you’re calling Japan from on the globe, you just need to perform the following:

  • enter the exit code: It’s also referred to as the IDD code (International Direct Dialing) or ISD code (International Subscriber Dialing). For most countries, it’s 00 or +. For the USA and Canada, it’s 011;
  • dialing code: Each country is assigned a unique phone code;
  • area code: This is the code for a part of Japan. It’s generally a simple area or a city;
  • local number: The local number you would like to call.

Here is a list of the most populated area codes and city calling codes in Japan:

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RegionArea Code
Akita1, 5
Ehime2, 8
Fukuoka7, 9
Fukushima2, 8
Gifu5, 7
Osaka6, 7
Yamaguchi7, 8

Fun facts about Japan

  • Japan consists of over 6,800 islands.
  • Animated Japanese films and television shows (i.e.: Anime) account for 60% of the world’s animation-based entertainment. So successful is animation in Japan, that there are almost 130 voice-acting schools in the country.
  • 28% of the Japanese population is aged 65 and older, the highest proportion in the world. Japan has more than 70,000 people who are over 100 years old.
  • Raised floors help indicate when to take off slippers or shoes.
  • Japanese trains are among the world’s most punctual: their average delay is just 18 seconds!
  • Square watermelons are grown by Japanese farmers for easier stack and store.
  • In Japan there are more pets than children.
  • Japan’s birth rate is so low that adult diapers are sold more than baby diapers.
  • Around 24 billion pairs of chopsticks are used in Japan each year.
  • 685 kids were rushed to hospitals in Japan in 1997 after an intense pokemon episode that caused dizziness, vomiting, and seizures.
  • Ronald McDonald is called Donald McDonald in Japan due to a lack of a clear ‘R’ sound in Japanese.
  • They use more paper for comics than for toilet paper in Japan.
  • Sometimes the trains in Japan are so crowded railway staff are employed to cram passengers inside.
  • In Japan there is a train that “floats” above the tracks by magnetism, reaching 550km/h (311 mph).
  • Norway introduced salmon sushi to the Japanese in the ’80s.
  • Coffee is so popular in Japan that Japan imports approximately 80% of Jamaica’s annual coffee production.
  • Most toilets in Japan have a built-in bidet system for spraying your backside. These are known as washlets and are now the norm in homes and nicer restrooms.
  • When you use the restroom in someone’s home you may need to put on designated bathroom slippers so as not to contaminate the rest of the home.
  • Noodles, especially soba (buckwheat), are slurped somewhat loudly when eaten. It has been said slurping indicates the food is delicious. The slurping also serves to cool down the hot noodles for eating.
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What is Talk360?

Talk360 is an affordable and reliable international calling app that you can use to call any mobile and landline number in the world. Unlike free calling services, the receiver of the call does not need internet, or the app installed.

With Talk360 it is easy to start calling and affordable to keep calling! Who will you call?

The benefits of Talk360

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High call quality

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Affordable rates

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Receiver does not need internet

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Easy to use

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Free test call

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No subscription. No new SIM.

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Local payment methods accepted

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14-day money guarantee

What are the Differences with Other Calling Services?

Compared to other calling apps, Talk360 functions in a different manner. It starts with its free test call. Get the app & directly start to perform international calls. This way, you can get an opportunity to see the reliable call quality of international calls with the Talk360 calling app before you add call credit.

Another difference from most of the calling apps is that the receiver doesn’t need to have an internet connection. Someone being called doesn’t need to have the Talk360 calling app on their phone & they don’t need to connected to the internet. This is a unique difference compared to some other calling apps! Also, you can call landline & mobile phone numbers using the app’s inexpensive international dialing prices. Only the person who makes the call has to have a Wi-Fi, 3G, 4G, or 5G connection.

Additionally, Talk360 does not need a contract or a new SIM card for it to be effective. You use your phone number as the caller ID. No need for a different SIM. Next to that, Talk360 has great training with clear documentation.

Now you know. Experience Talk360 today. Your first 1-minute call is totally free! In addition, if you share the Talk360 calling app, you both can get free credit as soon as your friend makes the first credit purchase.

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I just lost my dad and to have this opportunity to be able to speak to my mum every day is amazing. With my mum in England and so far away I feel a weight has lifted knowing she is just a phone call away. What's even better is that it's so reasonable.
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Excellent connection. Called my family in Zimbabwe and it felt like I was on a local call. I strongly recommend.

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