Banknotes from Japan

Japan is an island nation in East Asia with a population of 120 million. It shares maritime borders with Russia, Korea and the People's Republic of China. A highly developed industrialised country, Japan has the 3rd largest economy in the world.
Wikidata: Q17

See also: Japanese puppet states in China, Japanese occupation of Oceania

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Available for swap 10 Yen
1944-1945

146 × 83 mm
P# 56, N# 212203

Standard banknotes

Available for swap 5 Sen
(1944)

Standard banknote
100 × 48 mm
P# 52, JNDA# 11-63, N# 205534
Available for swap 5 Sen
(1948-1952)

Standard banknote
94 × 48 mm
P# 83, JNDA# 11-70, N# 225365
10 Sen
(1872)

Standard banknote: Meiji Tsūhō
87 × 53 mm
P# 1, JNDA# 11-9, N# 217773
Available for swap 10 Sen
6-10 (1917-1921)

Standard banknote
86 × 54 mm
P# 46, JNDA# 11-40, N# 217571
Available for swap 10 Sen
(1944)

Standard banknote
106 × 51 mm
P# 53, JNDA# 11-62, N# 208598
Available for swap 10 Sen (US Military Currency - B-Note)
(1945)

Standard banknote
78 × 66 mm
P# 63, JNDA# 14-15, N# 203389
Available for swap 10 Sen (US Military Currency - A-Note)
(1946)

Standard banknote
78 × 66 mm
P# 62, JNDA# 14-7, N# 203388
Available for swap 10 Sen
1947

Standard banknote
100 × 50 mm
P# 84, N# 204479
20 Sen
(1872)

Standard banknote: Meiji Tsūhō
87 × 53 mm
P# 2, JNDA# 11-8, N# 266647
20 Sen
6-8 (1917-1919)

Standard banknote
92 × 58 mm
P# 47, JNDA# 11-39, N# 264735
½ Yen
(1872)

Standard banknote: Meiji Tsūhō
89 × 53 mm
P# 3, JNDA# 11-7, N# 266649