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Yes, I'd bring the iPad, but you will definitely have to plan ahead since 100% no strings attached free wifi is rare as hen's teeth in Japan. Two main points: Make sure your lodging offers free wifi for guests. Almost all business hotels and backpacker-y places do, but large chain hotels will charge an arm and a leg, and ryokan/minshuku usually won't ...


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There are a few options. Starbucks as you mention already offers free wifi (but you need to confirm via email first, which can be a pain) NTT East offers a free 14-day Wifi access card for foreign tourists that lets you access Flets Wifi spots all over Tokyo. You can get one of these on presentation of your passport at any of these distribution points. ...


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Yes, major petrol stations do have wifi, such as all the N1 stations (company name). However it's only usually free. a list of all the N1 service stations all the OLIS stations, with the option to filter all the ones with free wifi all the Skeljunger stations It's also available at tourist information centres and at all branches of the city library. ...



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