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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
151 JOHNAN SHINKIN BANK THE TOKYO Honten Branch JSBKJPJT
152 JOHOKU SHINKIN BANK, THE TOKYO Oji Branch OJISJPJT
153 JOYO BANK, LTD., THE MITO Honten Branch JOYOJPJT
154 JPMORGAN ASSET MANAGEMENT (JAPAN) LIMITED TOKYO CHASJPJZ
155 JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, N.A., TOKYO BRANCH TOKYO (FX TRADING OPERATIONS) CHASJPJTTRO
156 JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, N.A., TOKYO BRANCH TOKYO (NON-CASH RELATED, SPECIAL PURPOSE) CHASJPJTWSS
157 JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, N.A., TOKYO BRANCH TOKYO (TELEX AND S.W.I.F.T. MESSAGE ENQUIRIES) CHASJPJTENQ
158 JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, N.A., TOKYO BRANCH TOKYO (TOKYO BRANCH) CHASJPJT
159 JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, N.A., TOKYO BRANCH TOKYO (TRADE SERVICE DEPARTMENT) CHASJPJTTSD
160 JPMORGAN SECURITIES JAPAN CO., LTD. TOKYO CHASJPJ9
161 JPMORGAN SECURITIES JAPAN CO., LTD. TOKYO (CASH EQUITY MIDDLE OFFICE) CHASJPJ9CE1
162 JPMORGAN SECURITIES JAPAN CO., LTD. TOKYO (EQUITY OPERATION) CHASJPJ9EQT
163 JUROKU BANK, LTD., THE GIFU Honten Branch JUROJPJT
164 KAGAWA BANK LTD., THE TAKAMATSU Honten Branch KGWBJPJZ
165 KAGOSHIMA BANK, LTD., THE KAGOSHIMA Honten Branch KAGOJPJT
166 KANSAI MIRAI BANK, LIMITED OSAKA Honten Branch OSABJPJS
167 KDDI CORPORATION CHIYODA-KU KDDIJPJT
168 KEB HANA BANK FUKUOKA KOEXJPJTFUK
169 KEB HANA BANK OSAKA (OSAKA BRANCH) KOEXJPJTOSA
170 KEB HANA BANK TOKYO Tokyo Branch KOEXJPJT
171 KEIYO BANK, LTD., THE CHIBA Honten Branch KEIBJPJT
172 KIRABOSHI BANK, LTD. TOKYO Shinjuku Head Office TOMIJPJT
173 KIRIN HOLDINGS COMPANY, LIMITED NAKANO-KU KIHCJPJJ
174 KITA-NIPPON BANK, LTD., THE MORIOKA Honten Branch KNPBJPJT
175 KITAKYUSHU BANK, LTD., THE(FORMERLY A PART OF THE YAMAGUCHI BANK,LTD.) KITAKYUSYU KITQJPJZ
176 KIYO BANK, LTD, THE WAKAYAMA Honten Branch KIYOJPJT
177 KOBE STEEL, LTD. SHINAGAWA-KU KOTTJPJJ
178 KOOKMIN BANK TOKYO Tokyo Yuuraku-cho Branch CZNBJPJT
179 KOREA DEVELOPMENT BANK,THE,TOKYO BRANCH TOKYO Tokyo Branch KODBJPJT
180 KUMAMOTO BANK, LTD., THE KUMAMOTO Honten Branch KUMAJPJZ
181 KYOTO CHUO SHINKIN BANK, THE KYOTO Honten Branch KCHUJPJY
182 KYOTO SHINKIN BANK,THE KYOTO Honten Branch KYSBJPJZ
183 LOMBARD ODIER TRUST (JAPAN) LIMITED TOKYO LOCYJPJT
184 LOMBARD ODIER TRUST (JAPAN) LIMITED TOKYO (NDP DEPT) LOCYJPJTNDP
185 MANULIFE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY TOKYO MFCTJPJT
186 MASTER TRUST BANK OF JAPAN LTD, THE TOKYO (INVESTOR SERVICES DIVISION) MTBJJPJTAGT
187 MASTER TRUST BANK OF JAPAN LTD, THE TOKYO Honten Branch MTBJJPJT
188 MEGA INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL BANK CO., LTD., OSAKA Osaka Branch ICBCJPJTOSA
189 MEGA INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL BANK CO., LTD., TOKYO Tokyo Branch ICBCJPJT
190 MEIJI YASUDA LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY CHIYODA-KU MYLIJPJT
191 MERCEDES-BENZ JAPAN CO.LTD. TOKYO DAIXJPJT
192 MERRILL LYNCH JAPAN SECURITIES CO. LTD TOKYO MLCOJPJX
193 MERRILL LYNCH JAPAN SECURITIES CO., LTD TOKYO MLCOJPJD
194 MERRILL LYNCH JAPAN SECURITIES CO., LTD. TOKYO MLCOJPJT
195 MERRILL LYNCH JAPAN SECURITIES CO., LTD. TOKYO (BOND SETTLEMENT) MLCOJPJTJGB
196 MERRILL LYNCH JAPAN SECURITIES CO., LTD. TOKYO (EQUITY SETTLEMENT) MLCOJPJTJES
197 MERRILL LYNCH JAPAN SECURITIES CO., LTD. TOKYO (STRATEGIC DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE) MLCOJPJTSDI
198 MERRILL LYNCH JAPAN SECURITIES CO., LTD. TOKYO (TREASURY OPERATIONS) MLCOJPJTTSY
199 METROPOLITAN BANK AND TRUST COMPANY, TOKYO BRANCH TOKYO MBTCJPJT
200 MICHINOKU BANK, LTD., THE AOMORI Honten Branch MCHIJPJT

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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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