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Thursday, 10 July 2014
Wi-Fi at Asakusa, Tokyo
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WI-FI at Asakusa

"Asakusa" is a popular tourist spot in Tokyo. Many tourists visit because of good location and various shops in lined ("Nakamise"). With support of the shop's association of "Asakusa", the service of free "Wi-Fi" begins. Connecting with any mobile devices such as smartphones, it is possible for you to browse the Internet around there. "Asakusa Nakamise Promoting Union" said a free Wi-Fi service is first implementation in Japan as a shopping area. To set the Wi-Fi up, you only have to register the date of birth and gender. It is very gentle with easier set-up for foreign tourists, . In order to prevent malicious use, mischief, you can connect 30 minutes per connection and up to 6 times a day. When you go to "Asakusa", it is good to remember that you can use the free Wi-fi to find a good Japanese restaurant etc. "Asakusa Nakamise" WEB site http://www.asakusa-nakamise.jp/e-index.html

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