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January 20, 2016
Bureau of Industrial and Labor Affairs

Launch of free Wi-Fi services

A free Wi-Fi service that allows Internet connection at various areas with just one registration procedure has been launched at 35 metropolitan facilities to enhance convenience for foreign visitors and facility users.



2 Service provider

NTT Broadband Platform, Inc.

3 Facilities covered

List available at

4 How to use

Register your email address or SNS account


5 Languages

Japanese, English, Chinese (traditional, simplified), Korean

6 Service features


(1) One registration procedure to use Wi-Fi services available at 138,000 locations in Japan

Without an app (first in Japan)

Users can access the following partner Wi-Fi services without registering again

【Partner Service Providers】

*Scheduled to be expanded

  • Tokyo Metro
    <SSID : Metro_Free_Wi-Fi>
  • Bureau of Transportation, Tokyo Metropolitan Government (subway, bus)
    <SSID : Toei_Subway_Free_Wi-Fi, Toei_Bus_Free _Wi-Fi>
  • Tokyo International Forum
    <SSID : JAPAN-FREE-WIFI (Of this SSID’s services, only service within the Tokyo International Forum is covered) >

With an app

Users can access the Internet at a broad range of hot spots by downloading and using the “Japan Connected-free Wi-Fi” app operated by the service provider.

【Main service spots】

Key transportation facilities and commercial facilities including convenience stores
For details visit:

(2) In the event of a disaster

Internet access is possible without registration. After connection, the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Disaster Prevention Website will be displayed.

*For details visit:

Area sign (service mark)

The following area sign will be exhibited at facilities covered by this service.

This project is related to the following urban strategy and approach of the Long-Term Vision for Tokyo.

  • Strategy 3 Omotenashi
    • Approach 7 Warmly welcome international visitors


Welcoming Environment Promotion Section Tourism Division
Bureau of Industrial and Labor Affairs