Compass (Directional Magnetic Needle) Use the device horizontally. Shows the direction. The Ehoumaki (lucky direction roll) is a traditional food associated with Setsubun, a Japanese festival celebrated on February 3rd. It is particularly popular in the Kansai region. This dish is believed to bring good luck when eaten facing the lucky direction of that year. People gather to enjoy Ehoumaki, and the specific direction is announced each year in connection with Setsubun, encouraging the consumption of this special sushi roll. Eho display is compatible until 2050. It is possible to specify whether or not the eho display is displayed. If you remove the eho indication, you can use it as a normal compass. It is possible to specify the presence or absence of a background image. If you remove the background display, you can use it as a simple compass. More than 100 background images are used. The background image changes with a tap. You can specify the volume of sound effects. If you set the volume to zero, there will be no sound.