Yes. The table below lists necessary information to receive foreign currency from domestic and/or foreign financial institutions, including domestic remittance in foreign currency and overseas remittance in Yen.

  If you opened the account on or after January 1, 2016, you will be required to register My Number (Individual Number/Corporate Number) with us for the first time you transfer funds to/from overseas. Please click here for more details.
If you do not have resident record in Japan, you do not possess My Number (Individual Number) and therefore My Number is not required.

Required Information for Receiving Overseas Telegraphic Transfer

Item Details
Beneficiary Account Number Branch Code (3 digits) + 8 digit PRESTIA MultiMoney Account Number
Beneficiary Name Your name
Beneficiary Address Your address
Beneficiary Bank Bank Name : SMBC TRUST BANK LTD.
SWIFT (BIC) Code : SMTCJPJT
Bank Address Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation East Tower
1-3-2, Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0005,
Japan
Intermediary Bank Bank Name : SUMITOMO MITSUI BANKING CORPORATION, TOKYO, JAPAN
SWIFT (BIC) Code : SMBCJPJT
Item Details
Beneficiary Account Number Branch Code (3 digits) + 8 digit PRESTIA MultiMoney Account Number
Beneficiary Name Your name
Beneficiary Address Your address
Beneficiary Bank Bank Name : SMBC TRUST BANK LTD.
SWIFT (BIC) Code : SMTCJPJT
Bank Address Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation East Tower
1-3-2, Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0005,
Japan
Intermediary Bank Bank Name : SUMITOMO MITSUI BANKING CORPORATION, TOKYO, JAPAN
SWIFT (BIC) Code : SMBCJPJT

NOTE:

  • 1.You can check your PRESTIA Multi Money account number on your bank statement, PRESTIA Online or PRESTIA Mobile.
  • 2.To avoid your funds being converted into Yen, make sure to provide your 8 digit PRESTIA Multi Money Account Number instead of 7 digit Yen Savings Account Number.
  • 3.To receive foreign currency as sent in foreign currency, "PRESTIA Multi Money Foreign Currency Savings Deposit Contract" needs to be concluded in advance.

The form below is prepared to help you clarify your instruction to the remitting bank. Please fill out your information and provide it to the remitting bank and/or the remitter.

When you transfer foreign currency (other than Yen) from your account outside Japan to your PRESTIA account, we offer the "Transfer funds from overseas" program, which rewards up to 100,000 yen. Please refer to the program overview from here .

Bank Code

SWIFT(BIC) Code is the only bank code necessary to receive cross border transfer. Other bank codes such as IBAN, ABA, Routing Number or Sort Code are not used in Japan.

  • IBAN(International Bank Account Number), adopted mainly in Europe, is an international standard code which identifies country, branch, and account number of a bank account.
  • ABA, also referred to as Routing Number or Fedwire, is a bank code used in the United States.
  • Sort Code is a number code assigned to banks and branches in U.K.