SWIFT Codes for banks in Japan

SWIFT Codes for main Japan Banks

  1. Bank Of Tokyo-Mitsubishi
  2. Japan Post Bank
  3. Mizuho Bank
  4. Resona Bank
  5. Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation
  6. The Norinchukin Bank

SWIFT Codes for banks in Japan

Below are the SWIFT codes for banks in Japan. These SWIFT codes are only the active participants who are connected to SWIFT network. Passive participants codes are excluded from the list.

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IDBankCityBranchSWIFT Code
1ADEKA CORPORATIONARAKAWA-KUADCTJPJJ
2AEON BANK, LTD.KOTO-KUHonten BranchAEONJPJT
3AGRICULTURAL BANK OF CHINA TOKYO BRANCHCHIYODA-KUABOCJPJT
4AICHI BANK, LTD., THENAGOYAHonten BranchAICHJPJN
5AKITA BANK, LTD.,THEAKITAHonten BranchAKITJPJT
6AMAGASAKI SHINKIN BANK, THEAMAGASAKIHonten BranchAMASJPJZ
7AOMORI BANK LTD., THEAOMORIHonten BranchAOMBJPJT
8AOZORA BANK, LTDTOKYOHonten BranchNCBTJPJT
9ASAHI GROUP HOLDINGS, LTD.TOKYOASGHJPJ2
10ASAHI GROUP HOLDINGS, LTD.TOKYOASGHJPJT
11ASAHI SHINKIN BANK, THETOKYOToshima-cho BranchASKBJPJT
12ASHIKAGA BANKUTSUNOMIYAUtsunomiya-shi Yaku-shi Yo BranchASIKJPJT
13AU JIBUN BANK CORPORATIONTOKYOHonten BranchJICRJPJT
14AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND BANKING GROUP LIMITEDTOKYOTokyo BranchANZBJPJX
15AWA BANK, LTD., THETOKUSHIMAHonten BranchAWABJPJT
16AXA LIFE INSURANCE CO., LTD.TOKYOAXIPJPJT
17AXA LIFE INSURANCE CO., LTD.TOKYO(CRI)AXIPJPJTCRI
18AXA LIFE INSURANCE CO., LTD.TOKYO(IDN)AXIPJPJTIDN
19AXA LIFE INSURANCE CO., LTD.TOKYO(PHI)AXIPJPJTPHI
20AXA LIFE INSURANCE CO., LTD.TOKYO(SGP)AXIPJPJTSGP
21BANCO BILBAO VIZCAYA ARGENTARIA TOKYO BRANCHTOKYOTokyo BranchBBVAJPJT
22BANCO DO BRASIL S.A.TOKYOTokyo BranchBRASJPJT
23BANDO CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES, LTD.CHUO-KUBNDCJPJT
24BANGKOK BANK PUBLIC COMPANY LTD.OSAKAOsaka BranchBKKBJPJTOSA
25BANGKOK BANK PUBLIC COMPANY LTD.TOKYOTokyo BranchBKKBJPJT
26BANK NEGARA INDONESIA (PERSERO), PT., TOKYO BRANCHTOKYOTokyo BranchBNINJPJT
27BANK OF AMERICA, TOKYOTOKYO(SECURITY CASH SETTLEMENT)BOFAJPJXCMS
28BANK OF AMERICA, TOKYOTOKYO(SECURITY SETTLEMENT)BOFAJPJXJGB
29BANK OF AMERICA, TOKYOTOKYO(TOKYO BRANCH)BOFAJPJX
30BANK OF CHINAKOBE(KOBE BRANCH)BKCHJPJTKOB
31BANK OF CHINANAGOYA(NAGOYA BRANCH)BKCHJPJTNGY
32BANK OF CHINAOSAKA(OSAKA BRANCH)BKCHJPJTOSA
33BANK OF CHINATOKYO(BANK OF CHINA LIMITED TOKYO BRANCH,RENMINBI CLEARING CENTER)BKCHJPJTCNY
34BANK OF CHINATOKYO(OTEMACHI BRANCH)BKCHJPJTOTM
35BANK OF CHINATOKYO(TOKYO BRANCH)BKCHJPJT
36BANK OF CHINAYOKOHAMA(YOKOHAMA BRANCH)BKCHJPJTYHA
37BANK OF COMMUNICATIONS, TOKYO BRANCHTOKYOTokyo BranchCOMMJPJT
38BANK OF FUKUOKA, LTD., THEFUKUOKA(HEAD OFFICE)FKBKJPJT100
39BANK OF FUKUOKA, LTD., THETOKYOHonten BranchFKBKJPJT
40BANK OF INDIAOSAKA(OSAKA BRANCH)BKIDJPJTOSK
41BANK OF INDIATOKYO(TOKYO BRANCH)BKIDJPJT
42BANK OF IWATE LTD., THEMORIOKAHonten BranchBAIWJPJT
43BANK OF JAPANTOKYOBOJPJPJT
44BANK OF JAPANTOKYO(FOR JAPAN'S RESERVES USE ONLY)BOJPJPJTBJ1
45BANK OF JAPANTOKYO(FOR JAPAN'S RESERVES USE ONLY)BOJPJPJTMF1
46BANK OF KYOTO,LTD.,THEKYOTOHonten BranchBOKFJPJZ
47BANK OF NAGOYA, LTD. , THENAGOYAHonten BranchNAGOJPJN
48BANK OF OKINAWA, LTD., THENAHAHonten BranchBOKIJPJZ
49BANK OF SAGA LTD., THESAGAHonten BranchBKSGJPJTSAG
50BANK OF SAGA LTD., THESAGATokyo BranchBKSGJPJT

Last Database Update : 01-OCT-2020

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About SWIFT Codes


SWIFT/BIC codes are used to identify specific banks and branches in international money transfers, making sure your money gets to the right place. These codes are used by banks to process international wire transfers and messages.

All SWIFT codes consist of 8 or 11 characters. An 11 digit code refers to a specific branch, while an 8 digit code (or one ending in 'XXX') refers to the bank's head office. SWIFT code registrations are handled by the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT). The term SWIFT is often used interchangeably with BIC, which stands for Bank Identifier Code.

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