A new poll from Japan’s top online video service, Diksuchi, found that nearly half of all Japanese viewers have access to the internet.
The survey also found that about 1 in 10 Japanese have access.
Diksuchi also found more than 40% of Japanese adults are online.
The company also found nearly one-third of people use the internet for entertainment.
The poll also found one-in-three Japanese consumers are not familiar with online streaming services like Netflix or Amazon Prime Video.
The survey asked 1,200 respondents about their usage of the internet, including whether they use internet cafes, cafes that provide free internet access and how often they use the Internet.
It also asked people what they do on the internet during the day, when they can watch videos on the web, and how they use their internet connections.
About 1 in 5 respondents reported using a Wi-Fi connection during the survey.
Diksuchus research was carried out between April 1 and May 7.