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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
251 NIPPON YUSEN KABUSHIKI KAISHA CHIYODA-KU NYKKJPJJ
252 NISSAY ASSET MANAGEMENT CORPORATION TOKYO NAMJJPJT
253 NISSIN FOODS HOLDINGS CO LTD TOKYO NSSNJPJT
254 NITORI HOLDINGS CO.,LTD. SAPPORO NIHOJPJT
255 NOMURA ASSET MANAGEMENT CO., LTD. TOKYO NAMKJPJTFDV
256 NOMURA ASSET MANAGEMENT CO., LTD. TOKYO NAMKJPJT
257 NOMURA ASSET MANAGEMENT CO., LTD. TOKYO (ADVISORY DEPT.) NAMKJPJTADV
258 NOMURA ASSET MANAGEMENT CO., LTD. TOKYO (BOND AND FINANCIAL INSTRUMENT TRADING DEPT) NAMKJPJTBFT
259 NOMURA FINANCIAL PRODUCTS AND SERVICES INC TOKYO NFPSJPJT
260 NOMURA FINANCIAL PRODUCTS AND SERVICES INC TOKYO (CROSS CURRENCY SWAPS (CLS USE ONLY)) NFPSJPJTCCS
261 NOMURA RESEARCH INSTITUTE, LTD TOKYO NMRAJPJT
262 NOMURA SECURITIES CO., LTD. TOKYO NMRSJPJT
263 NORINCHUKIN BANK, THE TOKYO (OPERATIONS AND PLANNING MANAGEMENT DIVISION) NOCUJPJTCLS
264 NORINCHUKIN BANK, THE TOKYO Honten Branch NOCUJPJT
265 NORTH PACIFIC BANK, LTD. SAPPORO Honten Branch NORPJPJP
266 OGAKI KYORITSU BANK,LTD.,THE OGAKI Honten Branch OGAKJPJT
267 OITA BANK, LTD., THE OITA Honten Branch OITAJPJT
268 OKASAN SECURITIES CO., LTD. TOKYO OKASJPJT
269 OKAZAKI SHINKIN BANK, THE OKAZAKI Honten Branch OKSBJPJZ
270 OMRON CORPORATION KYOTO OMRNJPJT
271 ONKYO CORPORATION OSAKA ONCPJPJT
272 OSAKA CITY SHINKIN BANK, THE OSAKA Honten Branch OSACJPJS
273 OVERSEA-CHINESE BANKING CORPORATION LIMITED, TOKYO BRANCH TOKYO Tokyo Branch OCBCJPJT
274 PANASONIC CORPORATION KADOMA PANAJPJS
275 PANASONIC CORPORATION KADOMA PANAJPJP
276 PHILIPPINE NATIONAL BANK TOKYO BRANCH TOKYO Tokyo Branch PNBMJPJT
277 PICTET ASSET MANAGEMENT (JAPAN) LTD. TOKYO PICTJPJT
278 PIGEON CORPORATION CHUO-KU PGHQJPJT
279 RAKUTEN BANK, LTD. SETAGAYA-KU Honten Branch RAKTJPJT
280 RBC CAPITAL MARKETS (JAPAN) LTD., TOKYO TOKYO RBDSJPJT
281 RECRUIT HOLDINGS CO.,LTD. CHUO-KU RCRTJPJJ
282 RESONA ASSET MANAGEMENT CO., LTD. TOKYO RESGJP22
283 RESONA BANK, LTD., TOKYO TOKYO Tokyo Branch DIWAJPJT
284 RESONA BANK, LTD., TRUST DEP. TOKYO DIWAJPJA
285 REVOLUT TECHNOLOGIES JAPAN KABUSHIKI KAISHA TOKYO REVOJPJ2
286 RICOH COMPANY, LTD. TOKYO RICOJPJT
287 ROLAND DG CORPORATION HAMAMATSU RODGJPJT
288 ROYAL BANK OF CANADA TOKYO Tokyo Branch ROYCJPJT
289 SAISON INFORMATION SYSTEMS CO.,LTD. TOKYO SIYOJPJJ
290 SAITAMA RESONA BANK, LIMITED SAITAMA Kencho Branch SAIBJPJT
291 SAN-IN GODO BANK, LTD., THE MATSUE SGBKJPJTMAT
292 SAN-IN GODO BANK, LTD., THE MATSUE Honten Branch SGBKJPJT
293 SANOH INDUSTRIAL CO., LTD. SHIBUYA-KU SNHIJPJT
294 SBI LIQUIDITY MARKET CO.,LTD. TOKYO SLMCJPJJ
295 SBI REMIT CO., LTD TOKYO SBIRJPJT
296 SBI SUMISHIN NET BANK, LTD. TOKYO Honten Branch NTSSJPJT
297 SETO SHINKIN BANK, THE SETO Honten Branch SSBKJPJZ
298 SEVEN BANK, LTD. TOKYO SVVNJPJJ
299 SHIGA BANK, LTD., THE OTSU (HEAD OFFICE) SIGAJPJT
300 SHIKOKU BANK,LTD.,THE KOCHI Ro-npuraza Branch SIKOJPJT

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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)
  • Next 2 characters - location code, passive participant will have "1" in the second character (letters and digits)
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