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  • [Other] Free Wifi in Japan

    Just saw this on the Visit Japan Facebook page:


    NAVITIME JAPAN to Launch Free Wi-Fi Hotspot Locator within English-language Travel App for Japan. This app allows you to search 50,000 hotspots across the country and guides you there using your device. Also, for those who are visiting the east side of Japan, including Tokyo and Hokkaido, the app can issue ID and passwords for NTT FREE Wi-Fi, which can be used in about 40,000 hotspots in the area. More info here

    NAVITIME for Japan Travel[iPhone/Android]

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    Re: Free Wifi in Japan

    Originally posted by aimster View Post
    Just saw this on the Visit Japan Facebook page:
    That is fantastic! Thanks so much. I'm going to Tokyo Disney for the first time in May and this looks like it will help.
    Life is far too short for bland food!

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