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 What is the money called in Japan?

Answer The yen is the official unit of currency in Japan. The yen has paper bank notes for 1,000, 2,000, 5,000 and 10,000 denominations, and coins for 1, 5, 10, 50, 100 and 500 values. Japan officially ad... Read More »
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What is money called in Japan& Germany?

The currency of Japan, the yen, was introduced in 1871. One yen consists of 100 sen. In Germany, the official currency is the euro. Germany adopted the Euro on January 1st, 2002. The euro replaced ... Read More »
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What is the toyota camry called in japan?

According to Autohaus AZ, the Toyota Camry is called the Windom in Japan. Since its inception, Camry models have included a sedan with four doors, a coupe with two doors, a hatchback and a station ... Read More »
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The Nissan Cube, sold in the United States since 2009, has been available for sale in Japan since 1998. Just like the American version of the boxy compact, the Japanese model is also called the Cub... Read More »
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What money is used in Japan?

According to Japan Zone, Japan's official unit of currency is the yen, with a much smaller sen used only in the financial markets. The yen became the official currency in 1871, although the standar... Read More »
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