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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
101 DAISHI HOKUETSU BANK LTD. NIIGATA DAISJPJT
102 DAIWA ASSET MANAGEMENT CO. LTD CHIYODA-KU DAMLJPJA
103 DAIWA NEXT BANK, LTD. CHIYODA-KU DNEXJPJT
104 DAIWA SECURITIES CO.LTD. CHIYODA-KU DWSCJPJT
105 DAIWA SECURITIES CO.LTD. CHIYODA-KU JAPANESE SECURITIES SETTLEMENTS DWSCJPJTJSS
106 DAIWA SECURITIES CO.LTD. TOKYO CLS CONTROL BRANCH DWSCJPJTCLS
107 DBS BANK LTD, TOKYO BRANCH CHIYODA-KU DBSSJPJT
108 DEUTSCHE BANK AG CHIYODA-KU DEUTJPJTFX1
109 DEUTSCHE BANK AG CHIYODA-KU TOKYO BRANCH DEUTJPJT
110 DEUTSCHE SECURITIES INC. CHIYODA-KU DEUTJPJ7
111 DEUTSCHE SECURITIES INC. CHIYODA-KU DEUTJPJ9
112 DEUTSCHE SECURITIES INC. CHIYODA-KU DEUTJPJ9FIC
113 DEUTSCHE SECURITIES INC. CHIYODA-KU EQUITY CUSTODY DEUTJPJ9EQD
114 DEUTSCHE SECURITIES INC. TOKYO EQUITY DIVISION DEUTJPJ9EQT
115 DEUTSCHE SECURITIES INC. TOKYO FOREX DIVISION DEUTJPJ9FX1
116 DEUTSCHE SECURITIES INC. TOKYO JAPANESE EQUITY SETTLEMENT DEPARTMENT DEUTJPJ9DOM
117 DIC CORPORATION TOKYO DICJJPJT
118 DWS INVESTMENTS JAPAN LIMITED CHIYODA-KU DEAMJPJT
119 E.SUN COMMERCIAL BANK, LTD. TOKYO BRANCH CHIYODA-KU ESUNJPJT
120 EBARA CORPORATION TOKYO EBCPJPJT
121 EISAI CO., LTD. BUNKYO-KU EISAJPJT
122 FAST RETAILING CO LTD MINATO-KU FRUQJPJT
123 FAST RETAILING CO LTD YAMAGUCHI FRUQJPJ2
124 FIRST COMMERCIAL BANK, TOKYO BRANCH CHIYODA-KU FCBKJPJT
125 FUKUI BANK, LTD., THE FUKUI FKUIJPJT
126 FWD LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, LIMITED CHUO-KU AIGJJPJT
127 GAIN CAPITAL CO., LTD. CHUO-KU GAAIJPJ2
128 GIFU SHINKIN BANK, THE GIFU GFSBJPJZ
129 GLOBAL X JAPAN CO. LTD. CHIYODA-KU GLJAJPJ2
130 GOLDMAN SACHS ASSET MANAGEMENT CO., LTD. MINATO-KU GSAMJPJT
131 GOLDMAN SACHS BANK USA TOKYO BRANCH TOKYO GSCRJPJT
132 GOLDMAN SACHS JAPAN CO., LTD. MINATO-KU GOLDJPJX
133 GOLDMAN SACHS JAPAN CO., LTD. MINATO-KU GOLDJPJXMRA
134 GUNMA BANK, LTD., THE MAEBASHI GUMAJPJT
135 HACHIJUNI BANK, LTD., THE CHUO-KU HABKJPJT
136 HAGIWARA ELECTRIC HOLDINGS CO., LTD. NAGOYA HAELJPJN
137 HIROSHIMA BANK, LTD., THE CHUO-KU HIROJPJT
138 HITACHI CHEMICAL COMPANY, LTD. CHIYODA-KU HICCJP22
139 HITACHI HIGH-TECH CORPORATION MINATO-KU HIHCJPJT
140 HOKKAIDO BANK, LTD., THE SAPPORO HKDBJPJT
141 HOKKOKU BANK, LTD., THE KANAZAWA HKOKJPJT
142 HOKUTO BANK, LTD., THE AKITA HOKBJPJT
143 HONGKONG AND SHANGHAI BANKING CORPORATION LIMITED,THE CHUO-KU HSBCJPJT
144 HONGKONG AND SHANGHAI BANKING CORPORATION LIMITED,THE CHUO-KU CLS DIVISION HSBCJPJTCLS
145 HONGKONG AND SHANGHAI BANKING CORPORATION LIMITED,THE CHUO-KU TREASURY DEPARTMENT HSBCJPJTTRS
146 HSBC SECURITIES (JAPAN) LIMITED CHUO-KU IBJPJPJT
147 HUOBI JAPAN INC. MINATO-KU HUJPJPJ2
148 HYAKUGO BANK,LTD.,THE CHUO-KU HYKGJPJT
149 HYAKUGO BANK,LTD.,THE TSU HYKGJPJTTSU
150 HYAKUJUSHI BANK, LTD., THE CHUO-KU HYAKJPJT

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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

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