Japanese Online Newsletter Vol. 81 日本についたらどこで両替する(にほんについたらどこでりょうがえする)

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Where to exchange money when you arrive in Japan

In Japan, there is no problem at hotels and large restaurants, but in many stores, you will need cash. Therefore, you will need to withdraw Japanese yen or exchange your money for Japanese yen somewhere.

You should not exchange your money at a money exchange kiosk in the airport. The exchange rate is very poor and you can lose a significant amount of money just by converting it. If you want to convert your cash into Japanese yen, please do it at a bank, this could include banks within the airport.

In my case, I use my debit card to withdraw Japanese yen from my US account at ATMs in Japan instead of converting my cash. It is convenient to use ATMs at convenience stores in various locations instead of banks.

Also, if you are using a credit card, I recommend that you get a card that does not charge foreign transaction fees before you leave.

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