SWIFT Codes for banks in Japan - Page 7

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
301SHIMIZU BANK LTD., THESHIZUOKAHonten BranchSMZGJPJT
302SHINHAN BANK JAPANTOKYO(HEAD OFFICE)SHBKJPJX
303SHINKIN CENTRAL BANKTOKYOZENBJPJ2
304SHINKIN CENTRAL BANKTOKYOHonten BranchZENBJPJT
305SHINSEI BANK, LIMITEDTOKYO(HEAD OFFICE)LTCBJPJTHED
306SHINSEI BANK, LIMITEDTOKYOHonten BranchLTCBJPJT
307SHINWA BANK, LTD. THESASEBOHonten BranchSHWAJPJT
308SHIZUOKA BANK, LTD., THESHIZUOKAHonten BranchSHIZJPJT
309SHOKO CHUKIN BANK, LTD., THETOKYOHonten BranchSKCKJPJT
310SHONAI BANK, LTD., THEYAMAGATAHonten BranchSNAIJPJT
311SMBC NIKKO SECURITIES INC.TOKYONKSCJPJT
312SMBC TRUST BANK LTD.MINATO-KUSMTCJPJ2
313SMBC TRUST BANK LTD.MINATO-KUHonten BranchSMTCJPJT
314SMBC TRUST BANK LTD.TOKYO(BANK ACCOUNT)SMTCJPJ2BNK
315Societe GeneraleTOKYOTokyo BranchSOGEJPJT
316SOCIETE GENERALE SECURITIES JAPANTOKYOSGNPJPJT
317SONY BANK INC.TOKYOHonten BranchSNYBJPJT
318SPARX ASSET MANAGEMENT CO., LTD.TOKYOSPAXJPJT
319STANDARD CHARTERED BANKTOKYOTokyo BranchSCBLJPJT
320STATE BANK OF INDIAOSAKA(OSAKA BRANCH)SBINJPJTOSA
321STATE BANK OF INDIATOKYOTokyo BranchSBINJPJT
322STATE STREET BANK AND TRUST COMPANYMINATO-KUTokyo BranchSBOSJPJX
323STATE STREET TRUST AND BANKING COMPANY LIMITEDMINATO-KUHonten BranchSSTBJPJX
324STATE STREET TRUST AND BANKING COMPANY LIMITEDTOKYOSSTBJPJXINS
325STATE STREET TRUST AND BANKING COMPANY LIMITEDTOKYO(INVESTMENT ADVISORY REPORTING)SSTBJPJXIAR
326STATE STREET TRUST AND BANKING COMPANY LIMITEDTOKYO(INVESTMENT MANAGER OUTSOURCING SERVICES)SSTBJPJXIMS
327STATE STREET TRUST AND BANKING COMPANY LIMITEDTOKYO(INVESTMENT TRUST MGMT PRICING AGENT OUTSOURCING)SSTBJPJXITM
328STATE STREET TRUST AND BANKING COMPANY LIMITEDTOKYO(MIDDLE OFFICE TRANSACTION PROCESSING)SSTBJPJXMTP
329SUGAMO SHINKIN BANK, THETOKYOHonten BranchSSHBJPJT
330SUMIDA CORPORATIONCHUO-KUSUCPJPJT
331SUMITOMO MITSUI BANKING CORPORATIONOSAKA(OSAKA)SMBCJPJTOSA
332SUMITOMO MITSUI BANKING CORPORATIONTOKYO(CLS CONTROL BRANCH)SMBCJPJTCLS
333SUMITOMO MITSUI BANKING CORPORATIONTOKYOHead OfficeSMBCJPJT
334SUMITOMO MITSUI TRUST BANK,LIMITEDCHIYODA-KUSTBCJPJ2
335SUMITOMO MITSUI TRUST BANK,LIMITEDTOKYO(CLS CONTROL BRANCH)STBCJPJTCLS
336SUMITOMO MITSUI TRUST BANK,LIMITEDTOKYO(SBS FUCHU)STBCJPJTSBS
337SUMITOMO MITSUI TRUST BANK,LIMITEDTOKYO(SECURITIES ADMINISTRATION DEPARTMENT)STBCJPJTSAD
338SUMITOMO MITSUI TRUST BANK,LIMITEDTOKYO(SECURITIES OPERATION DEPARTMENT)STBCJPJTCUS
339SUMITOMO MITSUI TRUST BANK,LIMITEDTOKYOHonten BranchSTBCJPJT
340SUNTORY BEVERAGE AND FOOD LIMITEDTOKYOSBFDJPJT
341SURUGA BANK LTDTOKYOTokyo BranchSRFXJPJT
342SWIFT CUSTOMER SERVICE CENTRE JAPANCUSTOMER SERVICE CENTRE JPSWHQJPJT
343TAIJU LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY LTDTOKYOTJLIJPJT
344TAISHIN INTERNATIONAL BANK CO., LTDTOKYOTSIBJPJT
345TAIWAN BUSINESS BANK TOKYO BRANCHTOKYOMBBTJPJT
346TAJIMA BANK, LTD, THETOYOOKAHonten BranchTJMAJPJZ
347TAMA SHINKIN BANK, THETOKYOHonten BranchTAMAJPJT
348THE 77 BANK,LTD.SENDAIHonten BranchBOSSJPJT
349THE BANK OF KOCHI, LIMITEDKOCHIHonten BranchKOTIJPJZ
350THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON TRUST (JAPAN), LTDTOKYOHonten BranchIRVTJPJT

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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