Get A Free VPN From Tsunagarumon

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In China, you may not visit Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and many other websites without any anti-censorship tools.

In order to help those Japanese who travel in China get access to those blocked websites, Tsunagarumon.com offers free VPN service, one of the most popular anti-censorship tool types.

To get a free Japanese VPN from the Tsunagarumon website, you can follow the following 4 steps:

1. Enter your email address

free Japanese vpn application

Visit the application page, enter your email address, check to agree the service terms, and click on the red button.

2. Confirm your email address

free Japanese VPN email address confirmation

Double-check your email address, and if it is correct, click on the left red button.

3. Active your email address

free Japanese VPN email active

Go to your email box, open the email from Tsunagarumon, and click the link it offers, then you will get your free VPN.

4. Get your free VPN

free Japanese VPN password

Clicking on the link in the email, you will see your VPN username (which is your email address) and password on a new Tsunagarumon page, as well you will get the information via another email.

The free VPN you get from Tsunagarumon is PPTP type, and the server address can be any of the following 3:

  • vpn.tsunagarumon.com
  • 49.212.48.199
  • 49.212.0.54

But vpn.tsunagarumon.com did not work during my test.

For how to set up the free VPN on your computers and mobile phones, you can check out the website’s instructions (in Japanese) or this tutorial.

By the way, you’d better not use the Tsunagarumon VPN to play online games, to run BT, or to serve multiple computers, otherwise, you may be banned and need to apply another account or to get some other free VPNs.

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