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Economy: Yen is the currency of Japan. One yen is worth 0.010 of U.S. dollar. On the single yen is a man named Ninomiya Kinjiro(1787-1856), he was a leader in Japanese agriculture. He represents a symbol of hard work and perseverance.

Economy: Yen is the currency of Japan. One yen is worth 0.010 of U.S. dollar. On the single yen is a man named Ninomiya Kinjiro(1787-1856), he was a leader in Japanese agriculture. He represents a symbol of hard work and perseverance.

What currency is used in Japan? Find out information about Japanese yen bills and coins.

What currency is used in Japan? Find out information about Japanese yen bills and coins.

100 Yen Shop, Harajuku, Tokyo  Oh I miss that place, 5 floors of all kinds of stuff for $1 each!

100 Yen Shop, Harajuku, Tokyo Oh I miss that place, 5 floors of all kinds of stuff for $1 each!

How to get money in Kyoto: the easiest and safest way to get cash in Kyoto. The lowdown on ATMs, changing cash and using credit cards in Kyoto.

How to get money in Kyoto: the easiest and safest way to get cash in Kyoto. The lowdown on ATMs, changing cash and using credit cards in Kyoto.

Did you know? The Ten Yen coin features a detailed image of Byodo-in Temple in Kyoto. Click the link to learn more about Japanese Yen.

Did you know? The Ten Yen coin features a detailed image of Byodo-in Temple in Kyoto. Click the link to learn more about Japanese Yen.

Get cash at 7-ELEVEN Using your ATM cards, you can withdraw Japanese yen from Seven Bank ATMs at 7-Eleven.

Get cash at 7-ELEVEN Using your ATM cards, you can withdraw Japanese yen from Seven Bank ATMs at 7-Eleven.

Japan's currency YEN(円), symbolized by ¥. Japan's bank notes - from the top 1,000 yen, 2,000yen, 5,000yen, and 10,000yen.

Japan's currency YEN(円), symbolized by ¥. Japan's bank notes - from the top 1,000 yen, 2,000yen, 5,000yen, and 10,000yen.

When I first arrived in Tokyo, I had no idea how to eat sushi correctly, why people bow and how to greet or thank in Japanese. I didn't know why people take their shoes off or that it's perfectly safe to carry large amounts of yen in my wallet. Do you know what to expect from a visit to Japan? Learn the 20 things that nobody told you about visiting Japan.

When I first arrived in Tokyo, I had no idea how to eat sushi correctly, why people bow and how to greet or thank in Japanese. I didn't know why people take their shoes off or that it's perfectly safe to carry large amounts of yen in my wallet. Do you know what to expect from a visit to Japan? Learn the 20 things that nobody told you about visiting Japan.