Pounds GBP to Japanese yen JPY exchange rate

  • Buy Japanese yen online at Post Office 

  • Check the GBP to Japanese yen exchange rate for the best deal

  • Order your Japanese yen online and pick it up next working day in branch

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GBP The minimum spend is £400
JPY

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Min £400.00, max £2,500.00

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Jetting to Japan? Get your travel money here

If a trip to Japan is in your sights, you'll need some yen to spend when you're there. It's easy to order travel money online with Post Office, buy in our branches or even on a Travel Money Card.

We offer competitive rates and 0% commission. You can get a better rate if you buy currency online, and the rates get even better the more you buy.

Use our Click & Collect service to order your Japanese yen before 3pm and you can pick your cash  up in a branch of your choice the next working day. Or we can deliver your currency to your home.

If you want to sell us back any spare currency, we won't charge a penny in commission. Should your trip get cancelled, we'll also refund your holiday money. And you can buy your travel insurance at Post Office, too.

Get our best rates online. The more you buy the better the rate.

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Get your Japanese currency from us

  • Voted ‘Best Foreign Exchange / Travel Money Retailer at the British Travel Awards 2020
  • Order online for a better rate on foreign currency (minimum £400 order value online)
  • 0% commission and competitive rates on over 60 foreign currencies
  • Get a better rate for your Japanese yen the more you buy
  • Have your cash delivered to your home or collect it at one of 11,500 Post Office branches
  • Free home delivery on online orders of £500 or more (or £4.99 delivery if it’s under £500)
  • Orders placed before 3pm on a working day can normally be delivered to your home the next working day. Orders placed on Friday for Saturday delivery will include a £1.50 charge
  • We’ll buy back leftover yen banknotes commission-free if you bring your receipt
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Click & Collect at branch

Get your holiday money fast. Pick it up from the dedicated travel money counter at your nearest Post Office

Click & Deliver service

Want your cash delivered tomorrow? Order by 3pm today for delivery to your home.

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Travel smart

Take Japanese yen with you easily and securely on our Travel Money Card. Top up before you go. Then use it anywhere you see the Mastercard® sign.

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Japan on your travel budget

For a budget visit to Japan, hostel dormitories in major cities such as Tokyo will set you back around £20 a night. Fast food restaurants and supermarkets are an inexpensive way of eating.

For mid-range travellers, budget business hotels won’t break the bank. You can travel economically by train or domestic airline. And for lunch and dinner, cheaper Japanese restaurants are a good way of eating well for less.

At the pricier end, there are Western-style 4- and 5-star hotels, plus ryokans – traditional inns – that include 2 meals. The nicest sushi restaurants in town are more expensive, and with a high budget you can take high-speed trains all around the country.

  • A three-course meal for two with wine will cost about £35.28, our research found
  • Look for 100-yen vending machines – some charge 150 yen for drinks but the cheaper ones are emblazoned with a 100-yen sign across the front
  • Avoid Kyoto on weekends – accommodation prices are higher so try to visit Monday to Friday
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Some common questions

More questions about travel money

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