Free WiFi in Japan: How to Find and Use

5 Useful Free WiFi Spots in Japan

What you definitely need while traveling in Japan is WiFi to connect the Internet. Using Google Map, contacting your family and friends, booking your hotel and restaurant online: all of them depend on WiFi in a foreign country for you. There are some options to get connected to the Internet though WiFi in Japan, and Free WiFi really help you stay in Japan. Here are 5 nice Free Wifi spots in Japan and how to use the Free WiFi there.

Of course, renting a pocket WiFi will be the best way to travel in Japan smoothly since Free WiFi is available only at limited places such as airports and some cafes. So it is also recommended to take a rental pocket WiFi into consideration.

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At the same time, you should know where Free WiFi is available and how to connect it even though you rent a pocket WiFi. It is helpful in the case of your WiFi router’s battery runs out or you get separated from your company while staying in Japan.

Now, let’s check out Free WiFi spots in Japan!! Some of them are familiar to you like Starbucks is a well-known cafe which provides you with a Free WiFi.

1. Starbucks Coffee

Step1: Find SSID (at_STARBUCKS_Wi2) on your device after confirming Wifi function turned on

Step2: Open your browser

Step3: Click the “Connect” button on the login screen displayed

Step4: Click the “Accept” after reading the Terms of Use

Now all set to use the Internet!!

Please note that continuous connection for up to 1 hour is available.

Search near stores and check the instruction of the WiFi: http://starbucks.wi2.co.jp/pc/index_en.html

2. TULLY’S COFFEE

Step1: Find SSID (tullys_Wi-Fi) on your device after confirming Wifi function turned on

Step2: Open your browser

Step3: Click the “Connect to the Internet” button on the login screen displayed

Step4: Read the Terms and Conditions and tap “Accept” button

Now all set to use the Internet!!

Search near stores and check the instruction of the WiFi: https://www.tullys.co.jp/en/index.html

3. McDonald’s

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Step1: Find SSID (00_MCD-FREE-WIFI) on your device after confirming Wifi function turned on

Step2: Open your browser

Step3: Click the “Agree” button on the login screen displayed after reading the Terms of Use

Step4: Authenticate and link account via email address registration or your SNS ID.

Now all set to use the Internet!!

Search near stores and check the instruction of the WiFi: http://www.mcdonalds.co.jp/shop/mcdwifi/index_en.html

4. Convenience Store

Seven-Eleven

http://qpbgm.sblo.jp/

Step1: Find the sign of the free WiFi area “7 SPOT”

Step2: Select SSID (7SPOT) on your device after confirming Wifi function turned on

Step3: Open your browser

Step4: Click the “新規会員登録(無料)” button on the login screen displayed

Step5: Click the “English description” to change the language and process the resisteration

Now all set to use the Internet!!

Lawson

http://nonbirihappy.hatenablog.com/

Step1: Find SSID (LAWSON_Free_Wi-Fi) on your device after confirming Wifi function turned on

Step2: Open your browser

Step3: Follow the instructions displayed on the screen and proceed through the screens to connect to the Internet (For the first time, you need to read the Terms of Use and enter your email address)

Now all set to use the Internet!!

5. Airport

Narita Airport

Step1: Find SSID (FreeWiFi-NARITA) on your device after confirming Wifi function turned on

Step2: Open your browser

Step3: Select language

Step4: Agree with the Terms & Conditions and about security

Now all set to use the Internet!!

For more details: https://goo.gl/26fRxA

Other airports

Haneda Airport: https://goo.gl/IX6vcg

Kansai International Airport: https://goo.gl/lh7AqH

New Chitose Airport: https://goo.gl/KJkRrv

Chubu Centrair International Airport: https://goo.gl/1kKgRY

Fukuoka Airport: https://goo.gl/MPQfB9


There are more Free WiFi spots in Japan besides those places above, of course. They have Free WiFi signs somewhere like on the door of stores and restaurants.

Again, it is highly recommended to hire a pocket WiFi to make your trip smooth and convenient.

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As you know, this option is beside the question: using global roaming service. the global roaming costs much more. Please be noted to turn on the airplane mode on your phone.

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