Nowadays, more and more people are traveling to Japan, so they may need to recharge when staying in hotels or dormitories. Is the Japanese plug the same as China's? Let PChouse explain to you today.
Japanese plugs are different from Chinese ones. Our country is the national standard socket, and Japan is the American standard socket. National standard plugs are commonly used in China, Australia, New Zealand and Argentina with three flat heads, while American standard plugs are used in the United States, Canada, Japan, Brazil, the Philippines, Thailand and other countries and Taiwan with the characteristics of round and flat.
In addition, 220 V voltage is used in China, while in Japan, there are two kinds of civil voltage, 100 V and 200 V respectively. Therefore, for general cameras and mobile phones, such as electrical appliances, are usually 100V-240V universal, can normally use Japanese plugs, just charging a little slower. But if you use a high-power electric device such as hair dryer, it is likely that it will support single-voltage electrical appliances and need transformers.