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Electronic in Japan, Hairdryer, culring iron, laptop charger

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I have a dual voltage curling iron and hair dryer,
110v-240v/ 50-60Hz

I know that the outlets are the same in Japan so I do not need an adapter, but my question is do I need a converter or will leaving my curling iron on 110v work? Everything that I have read states that Japan has a voltage of a 100w, does that just mean that that my curling iron will not get as hot? Or not work at all? any advice would be much appreciated!

Thanks!

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