From no-baggage traveling to small moving! First in the industry, “Hikkoshi Kakumei (the Moving Revolution)” has an innovative service that views things from the perspective of customers.
Having large baggage at your travel destination will wear you out just by transferring from place to place, and you may have to have someone keep an eye on your baggage. Baggage could slow you down, too, so they can be more of a nuisance than you imagine. You would want to travel as lightly as possible in order to enjoy to the fullest. Let us introduce you to a great service which can make this wish come true.
They seem convenient, but in reality…Japan’s delivery services have various rules
Japan has a reputation for the safety and the accuracy of time. And, it is said that the quality of the courier service is protruding compared to other countries. You can choose from various delivery times, freely send the parcel that needs strict temperature control such as refrigeration and freezing, and they will inform the recipient when they will be making the delivery beforehand. There are many services, and it can be said that is now indispensable in daily life.
But naturally, many of the standards of these delivery services are for people living in Japan, so cases that do not fit those standards are on the rise in recent years. Major delivery service companies have rules on the size of parcels, and suitcases can only be sent from mainly airports and hotels aside from homes. Further, parcels arrive the next day at the fastest, even when sent to a close destination. We have heard from many people that for travelers who travel around different places or go on a tour will have to wait for their luggage to arrive the next day, so conventional delivery services are actually difficult to use. Along with the recent increase in the number of foreign visitors to Japan, services that can respond to more diversified needs are beginning to be required.
●Professional movers have proposed “Smart Time Moving,” a breakthrough service
Attracting much attention, Hikkoshi Kakumei’s “Smart Time Moving” answers the needs of those who were not satisfied with the conventional delivery services in Japan, with groundbreaking service that understands the viewpoint of the traveler. Utilizing their unique know-how cultivated as a professional mover, they can provide services that are clearly different from the traditional ones.
If you use “Smart Time Moving,” make a reservation by the day before. They will move your irregular- sized suitcases, large parcels, and things you have bought during your trip at your “pace of moving” to your “desired destination.”
For example, when a family or a group of travelers are touring around in major sightseeing areas such as, between Osaka and Kyoto, or between Tokyo and Yokoyama/Kamakura (Kanagawa Prefecture), 10 to 15 trolley cases can be moved between hotels. If you use this service, you will find it easy to safely take a walk or enjoy shopping, especially in crowded sightseeing areas.
●Their fine services are of great value for not only travelers, but for international students as well!
For students from overseas who have graduated from Japanese language schools and are about to successfully enroll in vocational schools or colleges, it is said that one of the things they find difficult to do is “moving.” There are many reasons international students find moving in Japan difficult, such as not having a Japanese driver’s license or a car, or finding that applying for a rental car is troublesome. Further, conventional movers are difficult to use as well for beginners, because requesting for an estimate/their rate system can seem complicated, and you may not be able to book their service during peak season. International students/foreigners living in Japan helping each other out may not work at times.
In such cases, Hikkoshi Kakumei’s “Smart Time Moving” service can be very reassuring. At a reasonable fee, you can charter a truck with a driver, and have your parcels that are irregular sizes for conventional delivery services moved, or have furniture that are difficult to move yourself such as beds, TV’s, clothes cases, and irregular-sized cardboard boxes/racks. They can move things like these that are normally moved using mover trucks.
Further, the issue of disposing unwanted articles when moving or going back to your home country after finishing school can be just as complicated and annoying as moving in Japan. When disposing bulky waste or unnecessary items, you may have to contact public institutions beforehand, and each local government has different detailed rules on how to dispose items, with collection days fixed. You may find these facts annoying, and they can lead to wasting your time. If you have already decided the date of your departure to your home country, you would probably want to get everything done fast without stress even more.
You will find “Smart Time Moving” very dependable here, also. They can take away and dispose unneeded items for you, as well as transport furniture and household goods that you plan to give away to your friends.
You can easily make requests for estimates or services from the website or from your smartphone. In the shortest, you can make inquiries on the day before your desired date of use of services. The estimate/request forms are available in four languages —Chinese, English, Korean, and Vietnamese, which is a first in the industry. You can talk to staff at the call center in one of the four languages as well, and they can take your call between 9 am and 8 pm.
The fee that probably has been on your mind, is the lowest in the industry. It is 9,000 yen and up for chartering one light truck for two hours (traveling distance within 15 kilometers). (additional fee required for more than 2 hours)
Hikkoshi Kakumei’s “Smart Time Moving,” with reliable and clear price setting and services from the customer’s viewpoint, makes your life in Japan more comfortable and safer, supporting international students studying in Japan and when they go back home, to small-scale moving, as well as traveling in the country.
Hikkoshi Kakumei “Smart Time Moving”
*The above information was last updated November 10, 2018. For further details, please contact the facilities directly.
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