Remittance from overseas banks

Remittances in either USD or EUR can be made from overseas banks, via a designated intermediary bank.
The information shown below is required to make a remittance from an overseas bank to a Japan Post Bank integrated account or giro account. Please note that if there are any mistakes or omissions, the remittance may not reach our bank. In addition, if the money remitted is returned to the sending bank, other charges and expenses may be deducted by the intermediary bank.
Please note that remittances to Japan cannot be made from certain financial institutions. For details, please ask your local bank.

Currency (*1) USD EUR
Intermediary Bank (*2) Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas NY Deutsche Bank AG Frankfurt
Intermediary Bank BIC(SWIFT Code) BKTRUS33 DEUTDEFF
Beneficiary Bank Japan Post Bank
Branch Head Office (or branch number (3 digits))
Beneficiary Bank Address 3-2, Kasumigaseki 1-chome, Chiyoda-Ku, Tokyo 100-8798, Japan
Beneficiary Bank BIC (SWIFT Code) JPPSJPJ1
Beneficiary Bank CHIPS UID (*3) 427593
Payee Account Number (*4) 10140-63733021
Payee Name Sha)noroshikoubou
Payee Address Arai-cho 23-18, Kawaguchi-City, Saitama
332-0035, Japan
Payee Telephone Number (*5) Wait Please

Notes 1
The Japan Post Bank exchange rate will be applied for credits made to the payee’s Japan Post Bank account in JPY.

Notes 2
The information for the intermediary bank must be included. If no specific space is provided for this information, please write it within an open area on the form. Please note that intermediary charges (such as handling charges by correspondent banks) and other fees may be deducted from the remittance amount.

Notes 3
If remittances in USD are made from financial institutions in USA to a Japan Post Bank account, the CHIPS UID and BIC (SWIFT code) are both required.
If remittances are made from overseas to a Japan Post Bank account, the ABA (Fedwire Code) and IBAN are not required.

Notes 4
For the payee account number, the branch number and account number {branch number (3 digits) + account number (7 digits) } can be used. Please note that the branch number and account number must be written together on the same line in the following manner : 018-6373302. In this case, you can write the branch number (3 digits) or “head office” as the branch information of the beneficiary bank.

Notes 5
Please include a phone number at which the payee can be reached during the day. In compliance with the Foreign Exchange and Foreign Trade Law, we may contact the payee to ask about the purpose of the remittance.

Transactions made from the following financial institutions are not necessarily transferred via a designated intermediary bank. (“Intermediary Bank” and “Intermediary Bank BIC” are not required.)

Republic of Korea (Korea Post)

Israel (Israel Postal Company (Israel Postal Bank)),Austria (BAWAG P.S.K),Spain (Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria (BBVA)),Slovakia (Postova Banka a.s.),Serbia (Postal Savings Bank of Serbia),Ceskoslovenska obchodni banka (CSOB)),Germany (Deutsche Postbank),Belgium (bpost),Poland (Poczta Polska),Romania (Bancpost S.A),Denmark (Sydbank)

* Services may differ, depending on the respective institution. Please check with your local financial institution in advance for details.