Cookie policy

Cookie policy

What are cookies?

Cookies, pixel tags and other similar technologies (collectively, “cookies”) are files containing small amounts of information that are downloaded to any internet-connected device – such as a computer, smartphone or tablet – when you visit any website.

Cookies are then sent back to the original website at each subsequent visit or to another site that recognizes that cookie. Cookies have a variety of different and useful roles, such as remembering your preferences, generally improving your online experience and helping us provide you with the best service.

There are many types of cookies. All work the same way, but they have minor differences. For a detailed list of cookies used on our site, please refer to the “What types of cookies we use” section.

How to manage and disable cookies

The option / settings section of most internet browsers will tell you how to manage cookies and other technologies that can be transferred to your device, including how to disable these technologies. You can disable cookies or all cookies through browser settings. Note that disabling cookies by this method can affect many of the features of our web site.

Instructions for blocking or allowing cookies in regular internet browsers are provided at the links below to help you. However, we do not have control over the location of the instructions and information provided by the browsers below, so you may need to locate the specific instructions and information for that browser if those links are no longer up to date.

Google Chrome
Apple Safari
Microsoft EDGE

What types of cookies we use

We use the following cookies:

Strictly Required Cookies – These are the cookies required to run our website.

Performance and marketing cookies – They allow us to recognize and count the number of visitors to the site and see how visitors move trough our site when they use it. This helps us improve how our site works.

Location Cookies – These cookies use your current location to provide the right information.

Third-party cookies and exclusion option

You may visit the third party pages below to obtain additional information about their cookies, learn about third-party privacy practices, and disclaim third-party cookies.

Google Analytics

We use Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google, Inc. ( “Google”). Google Analytics uses cookies, text files placed on the user’s device to help the site analyze how users use the site. Cookie-generated information about the use of the site by users will generally be transferred and stored by Google on US servers. This website has activated the IP anonymization function so that the user IP address located in EU or EEA member states is reduced by Google before such a transfer. In exceptional cases, the full IP address can be transferred to Google’s US servers to be reduced there. Google will process this information on behalf of the site operator for the purposes of analyzing the use of the site by users, compiling reports on the activities of the website and providing other services related to the use of the website and the Internet to the site operator . Google will not connect your IP address that is transferred by your browser to Google Analytics with other Google-owned data.

To see Google’s privacy policy, click here.

To refuse cookies, please download and install the browser exclusion add-on in Google Analytics by clicking here.

Facebook Pixel

This cookie is placed by Facebook. This allows us to crawl, optimize, and build audiences for Facebook publicity campaigns by analyzing the content a user has seen and interacted with on the Nayino website. For more information about the Facebook Pixel, please see:

“Do Not Track” option

Some web browsers incorporate a “Do Not Track” feature that signals the website you visit that you do not want your online activity to be tracked. Given that there is no uniform way in which browsers communicate the “Do not Track” signal, our site does not interpret, respond or modify its practices at the moment when it receives “Do Not Track” signals.