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Japan Below are the SWIFT codes for all banks in Japan. Only active SWIFT codes are shown. All passive (i.e. inactive) codes are excluded from the list.


ID Bank or Institution City Branch Swift Code
51 BANK OF TAIWAN, TOKYO BRANCH TOKYO Tokyo Branch BKTWJPJT
52 BANK OF THE RYUKYUS, LTD. NAHA Honten Branch RYUBJPJZ
53 BANK OF YOKOHAMA, LTD., THE TOKYO Honten Branch HAMAJPJT
54 BARCLAYS BANK PLC TOKYO (MONEY MARKET AND FOREIGN EXCHANGE) BARCJPJ2MFX
55 BARCLAYS BANK PLC TOKYO Tokyo Branch BARCJPJ2
56 BARCLAYS SECURITIES JAPAN LIMITED TOKYO BARCJPJ9
57 BGC SHOKEN KAISHA LIMITED MINATO-KU CFILJPJT
58 BLACKROCK JAPAN CO., LTD. TOKYO BGIAJPJT
59 BNP PARIBAS S.A. - TOKYO BRANCH TOKYO Tokyo Branch BNPAJPJT
60 BNP PARIBAS SECURITIES (JAPAN) LTD. TOKYO BNPAJPJ2
61 BNY MELLON INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT JAPAN LIMITED TOKYO MELNJPJT
62 BROWN BROTHERS HARRIMAN SECURITIES (JAPAN) INC. MINATO-KU BBHCJPJT
63 CENTRAL TANSHI CO., LTD. TOKYO CTRLJPJT
64 CHANG HWA COMMERCIAL BANK LTD., TOKYO BRANCH TOKYO Tokyo Branch CCBCJPJT
65 CHIBA BANK, LTD., THE TOKYO Honten Branch CHBAJPJT
66 CHIBA KOGYO BANK, LTD., THE CHIBA Honten Branch CHIKJPJT
67 CHINA CONSTRUCTION BANK CORPORATION TOKYO BRANCH TOKYO Tokyo Branch PCBCJPJT
68 CHUGOKU BANK, LTD., THE OKAYAMA (HEAD OFFICE) CHGKJPJZ
69 CHUGOKU BANK, LTD., THE TOKYO Tokyo Branch CHGKJPJT
70 CHUKYO BANK, LIMITED, THE NAGOYA Honten Branch CKBKJPJN
71 CIBC WORLD MARKETS (JAPAN) INC. TOKYO CIWMJPJT
72 CITIBANK N.A., TOKYO BRANCH TOKYO Honten Branch CITIJPJT
73 CITIGROUP GLOBAL MARKETS JAPAN INC. TOKYO NSBLJPJT
74 COMMERZBANK AG TOKYO TOKYO COBAJPJX
75 COMMERZBANK AG TOKYO TOKYO (OFF-SHORE BUSINESS) COBAJPJXTOM
76 COMMONWEALTH BANK OF AUSTRALIA TOKYO Tokyo Branch CTBAJPJT
77 CREDIT AGRICOLE CIB TOKYO BRANCH TOKYO (COMMODITY) BSUIJPJTCOM
78 CREDIT AGRICOLE CIB TOKYO BRANCH TOKYO Tokyo Branch BSUIJPJT
79 CREDIT AGRICOLE SECURITIES ASIA B.V. TOKYO CRLYJPJ9
80 CREDIT SUISSE AG, TOKYO BRANCH TOKYO (TOKYO BRANCH) CRESJPJTPBS
81 CREDIT SUISSE AG, TOKYO BRANCH TOKYO (TOKYO BRANCH) CRESJPJT
82 CREDIT SUISSE SECURITIES (JAPAN) LTD. TOKYO CSFBJPJX
83 CREDIT SUISSE SECURITIES (JAPAN) LTD. TOKYO CSFBJPJXVIS
84 CREDIT SUISSE SECURITIES (JAPAN) LTD. TOKYO (EQUITY SETTLEMENTS) CSFBJPJXEQT
85 CREDIT SUISSE SECURITIES (JAPAN) LTD. TOKYO (TOKYO BRANCH) CSFBJPJXPBS
86 CTBC BANK CO., LTD., TOKYO BRANCH TOKYO Tokyo Branch CTCBJPJT
87 DAISAN BANK, LTD., THE MATSUSAKA Honten Branch DSBKJPJT
88 DAISHI BANK LTD.,THE TOKYO Honten Branch DAISJPJT
89 DAIWA ASSET MANAGEMENT CO. LTD CHIYODA-KU DAMLJPJA
90 DAIWA ASSET MANAGEMENT CO. LTD TOKYO DAMLJPJB
91 DAIWA NEXT BANK, LTD. CHIYODA-KU Honten Branch DNEXJPJT
92 DAIWA SECURITIES CO.LTD. TOKYO DWSCJPJT
93 DAIWA SECURITIES CO.LTD. TOKYO (CLS CONTROL BRANCH) DWSCJPJTCLS
94 DAIWA SECURITIES CO.LTD. TOKYO (JAPANESE SECURITIES SETTLEMENTS) DWSCJPJTJSS
95 DBS BANK LTD, TOKYO BRANCH TOKYO Tokyo Branch DBSSJPJT
96 DEUTSCHE BANK AG TOKYO (TOKYO BRANCH) DEUTJPJT
97 DEUTSCHE SECURITIES INC. TOKYO DEUTJPJ7
98 DEUTSCHE SECURITIES INC. TOKYO DEUTJPJ9
99 DEUTSCHE SECURITIES INC. TOKYO DEUTJPJ9FIC
100 DEUTSCHE SECURITIES INC. TOKYO (EQUITY DIVISION) DEUTJPJ9EQT

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SWIFT codes comprise of 8 or 11 characters. All 11 digit codes refer to specific branches, while 8 digit codes (or those ending in 'XXX') refer to the head or primary office. SWIFT codes are formatted as follows:

AAAA BB CC DDD

  • First 4 characters - bank code (only letters)
  • Next 2 characters - ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code (only letters)
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