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Genie of Kawasaki
Since May 25 2014

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Since May 2 2014

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Sendai, Japan
The official currency of Japan is the Japanese Yen, or JPY. 1 USD is about 100 JPY. Do not be afraid of the many digits, it is easy to get the hang of it!
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Hiroshima, Japan
The Japanese Yen is one of the most trusted and known currency on the world. Ask around for the best exchange rates!
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Saitama, Japan
Money exchange is best done at official exchange places or banks. Most tourist areas have plenty of options for both, visitors can even look around for the best offer. Be aware that banks are only ope...
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Kawasaki, Japan
Japan has a strong, modern economy, where the official currency is the Japanese Yen (JPY). 1 USD is about a 100 JPY, it may take some time to adjust to the many digits, but it is easy to learn.
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Fukuoka, Japan
The official currency of Japan is the Japanese YEN, or JPY. 1 USD is around 100 JPY, although keep an eye on the exchange rates.
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Kyoto, Japan
Most restaurants and shops accept international credit cards, but you should always have some cash on you. The official currency is the Japanese Yen, or JPY. Always inquire about today's exchange rate...
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Kobe, Japan
The official currency of Japan is the Japanese Yen, or JPY. 1 USD is about 100 JPY. Do not be afraid of the many digits, it is easy to get the hang of it!
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Sapporo, Japan
The Japanese Yen is one of the most trusted and known currency on the world. Ask around for the best exchange rates!
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Nagoya, Japan
Money exchange is best done at official exchange places or banks. Most tourist areas have plenty of options for both, visitors can even look around for the best offer. Be aware that banks are only ope...
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Osaka, Japan
Japan has a strong, modern economy, where the official currency is the Japanese Yen (JPY). 1 USD is about a 100 JPY, it may take some time to adjust to the many digits, but it is easy to learn.
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Yokohama, Japan
The official currency of Japan is the Japanese YEN, or JPY. 1 USD is around 100 JPY, although keep an eye on the exchange rates.
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Nagasaki, Japan
Most restaurants and shops accept international credit cards, but you should always have some cash on you. The official currency is the Japanese Yen, or JPY. Always inquire about today's exchange rate...
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Darwin, Australia
ATMs are easy to find, they are almost everywhere in metropolitan areas, but once you go out into the wild, they quickly become a rarity!
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Hobart, Australia
Almost all places accept credits cards in Australia, but having a small amount of cash on you is still advisable, especially in the countryside.
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Wollongong, Australia
ATMs are everywhere, shops, bars, grocery stores, they all have it. However most have a withdrawal limit, so be prepared!
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Sunshine Coast, Australia
Using vending machines (laundry, for example) can be tricky as they still need coins, keep your quarters, they can be useful!
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Canberra, Australia
Most places accept credit cards, but always have some cash at hand, especially coins.
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Newcastle, Australia
The currency in Australia is the Australian dollar. Do not be fooled, 1 AUD is about 0.92 USD. Bring your calculator!
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Gold Coast, Australia
ATMs are easy to find, they are almost everywhere in metropolitan areas, but once you go out into the wild, they quickly become a rarity!
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Adelaide, Australia
Almost all places accept credits cards in Australia, but having a small amount of cash on you is still advisable, especially in the countryside.
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Perth, Australia
ATMs are everywhere, shops, bars, grocery stores, they all have it. However most have a withdrawal limit, so be prepared!
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Brisbane, Australia
Using vending machines (laundry, for example) can be tricky as they still need coins, keep your quarters, they can be useful!
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Melbourne, Australia
Most places accept credit cards, but always have some cash at hand, especially coins.
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Sydney, Australia
The currency in Australia is the Australian dollar. Do not be fooled, 1 AUD is about 0.92 USD. Bring your calculator!
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