Spotlight on New Hotels

Grab a no deposit bonus on your trip to Japan


With the prospect of travel to Japan back on the cards in the foreseeable future, it’s time to start planning your trip.

Japan has a wealth of cultural heritage to discover, plenty of unique sightseeing opportunities, and beautiful countryside to explore. And the food, of course, is in a league of its own. The one thing that Japan doesn’t have, unfortunately, is a land-based casino. The laws surrounding gambling in Japan are in the process of an upheaval which should allow for casinos to open their doors to gamblers fairly soon, but until then, you’ll have to be content to get your game on in an online casino.

Play Online

It’s completely legal to play at online casinos in Japan, so no need to worry about wading into a sticky situation. In fact, online casinos in Japan, which you can find to play at here, will welcome you with open arms and usually a very generous no deposit bonus. Competition between online casinos in Japan is fierce, which is great news for online gamblers because it means that a good bonus is easy to find. Casinos use bonuses to attract new players and to keep their members loyal.



Know Your Bonus

What is a no deposit bonus? It’s a bonus that is offered to players without the prerequisite of a deposit. This type of bonus is usually offered to new players as a ‘thank you’ for signing up for a casino account. It can also be offered to players at random times throughout the year as part of a seasonal promotion or to promote a new game release. Players don’t have to spend a cent in order to claim the bonus, but in most cases the bonus comes with wagering requirements that must be fulfilled before a player can withdraw any winnings made from said bonus.

Shop Around

In Japan, the no deposit bonus can be as much as $45, which is a huge sum of bonus money. Players are often allowed to use their bonus cash to play on any games they wish, including table games and live casino games. However, many casinos will restrict bonus usage to the slot game section, and you may find that the casino also imposes a cap on winnings. For this reason, it well worth your time to shop around before signing up to a new casino. Keep in mind that there is also nothing stopping you from signing up to more than one casino at a time.



Start Spinning

The no deposit bonus can also take the form of free spins. In Japan, you’re likely to be offered a very large number of free spins. Some casinos, for example, will offer you as many as 200 free spins without requiring a prior deposit. These spins will undoubtedly be subject to wagering requirements and time limits, and you’ll probably only be allowed to use them on specific games. Nevertheless, these spins are worth grabbing if you happen to come across them because they could turn out to be lucrative.

Recharge Your Batteries

We know that you’ll love exploring Japan and discovering all that this unique country has to offer, but we also know that all travellers need some downtime to recharge their batteries. Keep your mobile device fully charged and up to date so that you can access an online casino and play a few games whenever you need to break. Playing games is a great way to unwind, and you may even win some money while you play. Hopefully, you’ll end up with more energy for sightseeing and more money for buying souvenirs and presents for your loved ones.


Latest Travel News

Karawanken-Karavanke UNESCO Global Geopark in Austria/Slovenia

The Race for the 2024 Green Pioneer of Smart Tourism Award

September 25, 2023 Tours
Today marks a significant stride in sustainable tourism as the European Commission unveils the cities in the running for the esteemed 2024 Green Pioneer of Smart Tourism award. This award is a symbol of extraordinary commitment to fostering sustainable and…

Travel and Tourism News

September 11, 2023

Ethiopia Welcomes the Year 2016

Ethiopia, with a population of 120 million, is set to usher in the year 2016 tomorrow, celebrating its New Year on either 11th or 12th September each…
Copyright © 2023 ftnNEWS - Focus on Travel News.