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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
301 SHIMIZU BANK LTD., THE SHIZUOKA Honten Branch SMZGJPJT
302 SHINHAN BANK JAPAN TOKYO (HEAD OFFICE) SHBKJPJX
303 SHINKIN CENTRAL BANK TOKYO ZENBJPJ2
304 SHINKIN CENTRAL BANK TOKYO Honten Branch ZENBJPJT
305 SHINSEI BANK, LIMITED TOKYO (HEAD OFFICE) LTCBJPJTHED
306 SHINSEI BANK, LIMITED TOKYO Honten Branch LTCBJPJT
307 SHINWA BANK, LTD. THE SASEBO Honten Branch SHWAJPJT
308 SHIZUOKA BANK, LTD., THE SHIZUOKA Honten Branch SHIZJPJT
309 SHOKO CHUKIN BANK, LTD., THE TOKYO Honten Branch SKCKJPJT
310 SHONAI BANK, LTD., THE YAMAGATA Honten Branch SNAIJPJT
311 SMBC NIKKO SECURITIES INC. TOKYO NKSCJPJT
312 SMBC TRUST BANK LTD. MINATO-KU SMTCJPJ2
313 SMBC TRUST BANK LTD. MINATO-KU Honten Branch SMTCJPJT
314 SMBC TRUST BANK LTD. TOKYO (BANK ACCOUNT) SMTCJPJ2BNK
315 Societe Generale TOKYO Tokyo Branch SOGEJPJT
316 SOCIETE GENERALE SECURITIES JAPAN TOKYO SGNPJPJT
317 SONY BANK INC. TOKYO Honten Branch SNYBJPJT
318 SPARX ASSET MANAGEMENT CO., LTD. TOKYO SPAXJPJT
319 STANDARD CHARTERED BANK TOKYO Tokyo Branch SCBLJPJT
320 STATE BANK OF INDIA OSAKA (OSAKA BRANCH) SBINJPJTOSA
321 STATE BANK OF INDIA TOKYO Tokyo Branch SBINJPJT
322 STATE STREET BANK AND TRUST COMPANY MINATO-KU Tokyo Branch SBOSJPJX
323 STATE STREET TRUST AND BANKING COMPANY LIMITED MINATO-KU Honten Branch SSTBJPJX
324 STATE STREET TRUST AND BANKING COMPANY LIMITED TOKYO SSTBJPJXINS
325 STATE STREET TRUST AND BANKING COMPANY LIMITED TOKYO (INVESTMENT ADVISORY REPORTING) SSTBJPJXIAR
326 STATE STREET TRUST AND BANKING COMPANY LIMITED TOKYO (INVESTMENT MANAGER OUTSOURCING SERVICES) SSTBJPJXIMS
327 STATE STREET TRUST AND BANKING COMPANY LIMITED TOKYO (INVESTMENT TRUST MGMT PRICING AGENT OUTSOURCING) SSTBJPJXITM
328 STATE STREET TRUST AND BANKING COMPANY LIMITED TOKYO (MIDDLE OFFICE TRANSACTION PROCESSING) SSTBJPJXMTP
329 SUGAMO SHINKIN BANK, THE TOKYO Honten Branch SSHBJPJT
330 SUMIDA CORPORATION CHUO-KU SUCPJPJT
331 SUMITOMO MITSUI BANKING CORPORATION OSAKA (OSAKA) SMBCJPJTOSA
332 SUMITOMO MITSUI BANKING CORPORATION TOKYO (CLS CONTROL BRANCH) SMBCJPJTCLS
333 SUMITOMO MITSUI BANKING CORPORATION TOKYO Head Office SMBCJPJT
334 SUMITOMO MITSUI TRUST BANK,LIMITED CHIYODA-KU STBCJPJ2
335 SUMITOMO MITSUI TRUST BANK,LIMITED TOKYO (CLS CONTROL BRANCH) STBCJPJTCLS
336 SUMITOMO MITSUI TRUST BANK,LIMITED TOKYO (SBS FUCHU) STBCJPJTSBS
337 SUMITOMO MITSUI TRUST BANK,LIMITED TOKYO (SECURITIES ADMINISTRATION DEPARTMENT) STBCJPJTSAD
338 SUMITOMO MITSUI TRUST BANK,LIMITED TOKYO (SECURITIES OPERATION DEPARTMENT) STBCJPJTCUS
339 SUMITOMO MITSUI TRUST BANK,LIMITED TOKYO Honten Branch STBCJPJT
340 SUNTORY BEVERAGE AND FOOD LIMITED TOKYO SBFDJPJT
341 SURUGA BANK LTD TOKYO Tokyo Branch SRFXJPJT
342 SWIFT CUSTOMER SERVICE CENTRE JAPAN CUSTOMER SERVICE CENTRE JP SWHQJPJT
343 TAIJU LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY LTD TOKYO TJLIJPJT
344 TAISHIN INTERNATIONAL BANK CO., LTD TOKYO TSIBJPJT
345 TAIWAN BUSINESS BANK TOKYO BRANCH TOKYO MBBTJPJT
346 TAJIMA BANK, LTD, THE TOYOOKA Honten Branch TJMAJPJZ
347 TAMA SHINKIN BANK, THE TOKYO Honten Branch TAMAJPJT
348 THE 77 BANK,LTD. SENDAI Honten Branch BOSSJPJT
349 THE BANK OF KOCHI, LIMITED KOCHI Honten Branch KOTIJPJZ
350 THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON TRUST (JAPAN), LTD TOKYO Honten Branch IRVTJPJT

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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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