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Hi, all. This post is especially for my Japanese language learners (other languages are welcome, too)…

Well, whilst I checked the iTunes Store on my iPad, I took a glance at the following pics:

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And this one…

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You may be wondering, “how’d you manage to access the Japanese iTunes site”? Well, because of my deep interest in Japanese multimedia (and since I had an iOS device, which a lot of people have anyway), I searched the web for some options on how to actually buy a Japanese iTunes gift card.

Here’s a site that sells actual Japanese iTunes gift card codes:

http://www.japan-codes.com/www.japan-codes.com/

The cards arrive in the following prices and sizes (1 song=¥200-250):

¥500 $9.99
¥1000 $15.99
¥1500 $20.99
¥3000 $39.99

This site is extremely reliable (I received my codes within 24 hours, collectively).
Plus, the cool part is that there are cards for playstation, Xbox, and other manufacturers on the site (for all the gamers).

Well, that concludes this post.

P.S. Do you know of any other language sites that provide iTunes gift cards (or cards for other mobile music devices)? If so, comment below.

Thanks a lot and until next time. :-{)

またね!
再见!

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