Hakuba Japan – 2 way radios

Walkie talkies in Japan

Make sure your 2 way radios are Japanese complient

A reminder to anyone coming to Japan to ski and snowboard. Your walkie talkies or 2 way radios will most likely have a different frequency and should not be brought into Japan. It is quite common for people to use these as a form of communication while at a ski resort. If you really want to use them please pick some up at an electrical shop in Tokyo or Nagano. If you put in a request when you book your stay at one of the White Horse Hotels we can arrange to have some here  for when you arrive.


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