BANK OF JAPAN SWIFT CODES
Swift codes, sometimes referred to as a BIC code, are used when you want to make an International Wire Transfer. Compared to routing numbers which allow you to make wire transfers domestically, a Swift code is used for making or receiving an international wire transfer. If you want to send or receive money internationally to a bank account held with BANK OF JAPAN, you will need to provide your bank with the appropriate Swift code below.
Notice: BIC codes for BANK OF JAPAN are for making or receiving an international wire transfer.
|Swift Code||Country||Bank City||Bank Branch|
|BOJPJPJTBJ1||JAPAN||TOKYO||(FOR JAPAN'S RESERVES USE ONLY)|
|BOJPJPJTMF1||JAPAN||TOKYO||(FOR JAPAN'S RESERVES USE ONLY)|