Changing money in japan

Spending money in japan - None of these options will give you super awesome rates; we compared purchasing 500 us dollars' worth of yen by taking a look at the daily rates (follow the links above) of these five money exchangers, and found them to be a) low, and b) almost the same—differing by less than a yen. .For those looking for a good place to exchange money in tokyo, there is an office called tourex in shinjuku, 7mn from the station east exit, you might walk a little bit, but of you want to save yourself some cash you better give it a go.   generally there is no need to buy japanese yen in your home country before your trip, as you will most likely pay a higher commission (about 3%) and a worse exchange rate than you would get at the airports, banks, or atms in japan. In some of those countries (such as the us) you must make sure to select atms that do not charge extra (local) fees; most of the times atms at bank branch offices do not (this is not a problem in japan though).

Japan Travel Guide: Money in JAPAN #2: How to prepare your Japanese Yen

Japan Travel Guide: Money in JAPAN #2: How to prepare your Japanese Yen http://youtu.be/D-uLHGkgNso I explain Money in ...