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American hair dryer and curler in Japan

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Do I need an converter or adapter for my American hair appliances while in Japan where they have 100 voltage? I have an adapter that says N. America and Japan, so it seems like I'm good there. I thought that since they use less voltage than us I would be OK without a converter, but someone said I need one. I don't want to drag anything I don't need to Japan.
Thanks, Susan
PS I'm not sure how this works but I am posting from the USA and going to Japan

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