Quick guide to Japanese Coin and Bill

100 Yen coins

In Japan, cash is a more common way to pay than using a credit card. If you’re planning to go on travel to Japan, you have to get knowledge about Japanese money! It is a quick guide to Japanese coin and bill.

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10000 yen

10000 Yen10000 yen is the biggest bill. 10000 yen change into USD and EURO; 

  • 90 USD
  • 78 EURO


5000 yen

5000 Yen5000 yen change into USD and EURO;

  • 45 USD
  • 39 EURO


1000 yen

1000 Yen Bill | FAIR Study1000 yen is the smallest bill.1000 yen change into USD and EURO;

  • 9 USD
  • 7.5 EURO


500 yen

500 Yen Coin | FAIR Study500 yen is the biggest coin. 500 yen changes into USD and EURO;

  • 4.5 USD
  • 4 EURO



100 yen 

100 Yen Coin | FAIR Study100 yen changes into USD and EURO;

  • 9 USD
  • 7 EURO



50 yen 

50 Yen Coin | FAIR Study50 yen changes into USD and EURO;

  • 0.45 USD
  • 0.38 EURO



10 yen

10 Yen coin10 yen changes into USD and EURO; 

  • 0.09 USD
  • 0.77 EURO




5 yen

5 Yen Coin | FAIR Study5 yen changes into USD and EURO;

  • 0.045 USD
  • 0.038 EURO



1 yen 

1 Yen Coin | FAIR Study1 yen is the smallest coin. 1 yen changes into USD and EURO;

  • 0.009 USD
  • 0.007 EURO




All example is a rough example. We recommend checking the current price.

We hope this article help your trip in Japan!

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