|Japanese yen to Philippine peso||1 JPY = 0.4471 PHP|
|Japanese yen to Indonesian rupiah||1 JPY = 120.4569 IDR|
|Japanese yen to Indian rupee||1 JPY = 0.5688 INR|
|Japanese yen to Malaysian ringgit||1 JPY = 0.0363 MYR|
|Japanese yen to Bangladeshi taka||1 JPY = 0.7363 BDT|
|Japanese yen to Nepalese rupee||1 JPY = 0.9134 NPR|
|Japanese yen to Sri Lankan rupee||1 JPY = 1.3652 LKR|
|Japanese yen to Pakistani rupee||1 JPY = 0.9794 PKR|
|Japanese yen to Myanmar kyat||1 JPY = 12.1297 MMK|
|Japanese yen to Nigerian naira||1 JPY = 3.2048 NGN|
|Japanese yen to Ghanaian cedi||1 JPY = 0.0402 GHS|
|Japanese yen to Bhutanese ngultrum||1 JPY = 0.5708 BTN|
|Japanese yen to Canadian dollar||1 JPY = 0.0114 CAD|
|Japanese yen to Ugandan shilling||1 JPY = 32.2752 UGX|
|Japanese yen to Tanzanian shilling||1 JPY = 19.9726 TZS|
|Japanese yen to Vietnamese dong||1 JPY = 201.6943 VND|
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The yen, the Japanese currency
The yen, just like the yuan in China and the won in Korea, simply means «circle». Coins in Japan, when they were created at the end of the 19th century, were already round, hence the name. The Japanese went even further with this meaning and punched a hole in the middle of some coins: the 5 and 50-yen coins.
Japanese coins are particular in that they never feature faces.
As for banknotes, they look old-fashioned. You get the impression that the colors have faded and that the people represented sometimes within medallions are all very old. Japan has reserved a special place for its illustrious ancestors and for a country that places special importance on traditions, this is hardly surprising.
On the back of the banknote you’ll find 2 images of Mount Fuji, which rises to 3776m and is one of the strongest symbols of Japan. You’ll also find a phoenix on the 10,000-yen note, a mythical bird from ancient China and a symbol of justice and grace.