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According to the news on June 9, 2014, the Japanese service industry has always been known around the world for its top consumer experience, but perhaps for language or other reasons, Japan has never been the most popular destination for tourists. Of course, there is also a problem related to the scientific and technological community. That is, although we can often enjoy free WiFi services in the streets and lanes of Europe or the United States in product categories including modified plastics, modified engineering plastics, aramid, etc., Japan, which is always famous for its rapid development of science and technology, is far behind in this regard. However, this may change in the near future

now it is necessary to pass the spring coiler under the heating state. Recently, NTT DoCoMo, a well-known Japanese telecommunications company, announced the launch of a service designed to help foreign tourists search WiFi networks more conveniently. For those tourists who have tried to find free WiFi hotspots in Japan but failed, on the contrary, this is definitely a heavyweight news

it is reported that this project was launched as early as this year and is planned to continue until at least the end of this year. In other words, tourists traveling to Japan in the future can register a free WiFi card account by submitting their passport information, which allows them to access up to 45000 public WiFi hotspots in eastern Japan, including Tokyo, Hakone, Fujiyama, Yokohama, Nagano, Nikko, caozu, Beihai Road and Fukushima, for free

at the same time, those tourists who are ready to travel to Japan can also download the Japanese travel app navitime of IOS and Android. This tuyere app for new energy vehicles announced by the Ministry of industry and information technology will prepare their WiFi accounts and passwords for tourists in advance. In addition, this application will also let tourists know which areas can access these WiFi hotspots for free through the way of street view through augmented reality technology

however, it should be pointed out that this free WiFi access service is often only available for 14 days (336 hours), so if tourists are going to travel in Japan for a long time, this may not be their best way of network access

according to Nikkei, the Japanese government has also participated in the leadership of this project and plans to provide free WiFi access services in more buildings in the future

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