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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Ryō (1601-1867)

4000 Mon = 16 Shu = 4 Bu = 1 Ryō

Available for swap 1 Silver Monme (private issue; Oono-gumi)
1869

Local banknote
119 × 32 mm
N# 314976
5 Silver Monme (private issue; Oono-gumi)
1869

Local banknote
114 × 21 mm
N# 287762

Yen (1871-date)

1000 Rin = 100 Sen = 1 Yen

10 Sen
(1872)

Standard banknote: Meiji Tsūhō
87 × 53 mm
P# 1, JNDA# 11-9, N# 217773
20 Sen
(1872)

Standard banknote: Meiji Tsūhō
87 × 53 mm
P# 2, JNDA# 11-8, N# 266647
½ Yen
(1872)

Standard banknote: Meiji Tsūhō
89 × 53 mm
P# 3, JNDA# 11-7, N# 266649
1 Yen
(1872)

Standard banknote: Meiji Tsūhō
112 × 72 mm
P# 4, JNDA# 11-6, N# 266650
2 Yen
(1872)

Standard banknote: Meiji Tsūhō
112 × 72 mm
P# 5, JNDA# 11-5, N# 266651
5 Yen
(1872)

Standard banknote: Meiji Tsūhō
137 × 89 mm
P# 6, JNDA# 11-4, N# 266652
10 Yen
(1872)

Standard banknote: Meiji Tsūhō
137 × 89 mm
P# 7, JNDA# 11-3, N# 266653
50 Yen
(1872)

Standard banknote: Meiji Tsūhō
159 × 107 mm
P# 8, JNDA# 11-2, N# 266654

Numista referee for banknotes of this issuer is Idolenz.

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