Our Currency Exchange Counters offer a safe and convenient foreign currency exchange service, handling 17 currencies. You can handle all currencies in major spots such as Ginza before you leave for overseas or when you return to Japan.

Wide variety of available currencies

Wide variety of available currencies

We handle a variety of foreign currencies, including major currencies such as US dollars, Australian dollar and Euros, Danish krone, Norwegian krone, Singapore dollar, Indonesian rupiah, and Malaysian ringgit.

Open after 15:00 on weekdays; some counters are also open on Saturdays.

Open after 15:00 on weekdays; some counters are also open on Saturdays.

Our Currency Exchange Counters are open until 18:30 on weekdays. Some counters have different business hours. Some are also open on Saturdays.
Please check the List of Currency Exchange Counters for details.

Conveniently located in major spots

Conveniently located near stations

PRESTIA Exchange counters are located in major spots as such as Ginza.

Foreign currency counters handle a wide variety of 17 applicable currencies such as US dollars, Australian dollar and Euros, Danish krone, Norwegian krone, Singapore dollar, Indonesian rupiah, and Malaysian ringgit.

List of Currencies Handled

= Service available
Currency handled Foreign currency (cash)
Buy
(Yen → Foreign currency)
Sell
(Foreign currency → Yen)
The foreign currency buying and selling spread*
(One way/yen)
North America/South America
USDUSDUS dollar (Buy)2.70
(Sell)3.00
CADCADCanadian dollar 8.60
Europe
EUREUREuro 4.00
GBPGBPBritish pound 11.00
CHFCHFSwiss franc 4.90
SEKSEKSwedish krona × 2.40
DKKDKKDanish krone × 2.30
Asia/Oceania
CNYCNYChinese yuan 1.80
KRWKRWSouth Korean won 0.015
TWDTWDNew Taiwan dollar 0.50
HKDHKDHong Kong dollar 2.43
THBTHBThai baht 0.41
IDRIDRIndonesian rupiah 0.0025
MYRMYRMalaysian ringgit 4.00
SGDSGDSingapore dollar 5.83
AUDAUDAustralian dollar 9.50
NZDNZDNew Zealand dollar 8.55

As of october, 2018

  • Foreign currency buying and selling spread refers to fees charged at the time of transaction. Any fractional amount will be rounded down. (When buying a foreign currency: TTM rate + foreign currency buying spread, When selling a foreign currency: TTM rate - foreign currency selling spread)
  • The above list shows foreign currencies handled by the Currency Exchange Counters, which are different from those handled at PRESTIA branches.
  • Some Currency Exchange Counters may offer different rates due to a campaign, etc.
  • There are limits on transaction amount for some currencies. For details, please contact one of our Currency Exchange Counters.
  • SMBC Trust Bank handles Chinese Yuan offshore only and uses 'CNY' to denote RMB(Renminbi) funded in the offshore market, based on the currency code used on the global settlement system, while onshore RMB circulates on Mainland China.

List of Handling Denominations by PRESTIA EXCHANGE

Kanto : Ginza

Currency handled Denomination Handling corner
North America/South America
USDUSDUS dollar 100 / 20 / 10 / 1 All corners
50 All Kanto
5 Kanto(Ginza)
CADCADCanadian dollar 100 / 10 All corners
50 All Kanto
Europe
EUREUREuro 100 / 50 / 20 / 10 All corners
5 All Kanto
GBPGBPBritish pound 50 / 10 All corners
20 All Kanto
CHFCHFSwiss franc 100 / 10 All corners
50 All Kanto
Asia/Oceania
CNYCNYChinese yuan 100 All corners
KRWKRWSouth Korean won 50,000 All Kanto
10,000 All corners
TWDTWDNew Taiwan dollar 1,000 All corners
100 All Kanto
HKDHKDHong Kong dollar 500 / 100 All corners
THBTHBThai baht 500 All Kanto
100 All corners
IDRIDRIndonesian rupiah 100,000 All Kanto
50,000 All corners
MYRMYRMalaysian ringgit 50 All corners
SGDSGDSingapore dollar 100 / 10 All corners
50 Kanto(Ginza)
AUDAUDAustralian dollar 100 / 10 All corners
50 All Kanto
20 Kanto(Ginza)
NZDNZDNew Zealand dollar 100 Kanto(Ginza)
50 Kanto(Ginza)
10 All corners

As of March, 2020

  • The list shows the currencies handled at the Currency Exchange Counters, which is different from the currencies handled at PRESTIA.
  • Depending on the currency and denomination, there is a limit to the amount that can be handled and may be stopped handling without notice. Please contact each corner for details.
  • SMBC Trust Bank handles Chinese Yuan offshore only and uses 'CNY' to denote RMB(Renminbi) funded in the offshore market, based on the currency code used on the global settlement system, while onshore RMB circulates on Mainland China.
  • The posted rates are as of the last update date. Please use it as a guide.

You can exchange currencies in major spots such as Ginza.

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  • Ginza Currency Exchange counter will be closed on September 28th,2021. After November 2021, an automatic foreign currency exchange machine will be installed as soon as it will be ready.

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Ginza Currency Exchange Counter

This counter will be closed on September 28th,2021. After November 2021, an automatic foreign currency exchange machine will be installed as soon as it will be ready.

Business hours
Weekday11:00-18:30
Saturday11:00-18:30
Closed
Sundays, Holidays, 12/31-1/3, 5/3-5/5
Address
1F, GINZA SIX TOURIST SERVICE CENTER, 6-10-1 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Access
3 minute walk from Exit A3 on Hibiya, Ginza, Marunouchi subway lines.
Inside 1F GINZA SIX tourist service center on Mihara-dori
Barrier-free information
RakuRaku Odekake-net HP (Operated by The Foundation for Promoting Personal Mobility and Ecological Transportation)
Facilities
  • Conversation by writing correspondence available
  • Assistance Dogs Welcome
  • Slope
TEL
03-3572-0431
Map: Ginza Currency Exchange Counter

Notes

Notes on using the Currency Exchange Counters

  • The Currency Exchange Counters only exchange with yen cash. Services as deposit/withdrawals to PRESTIA accounts are not available. Services at the Currency Exchange Counters differ from services at PRESTIA branches.
  • When you sell a foreign currency you have purchased at a Currency Exchange Counter, the yen amount you receive per unit of that currency may be lower than the yen amount you paid per unit when you purchased that currency depending on changes in the exchange rate.
  • When buying or selling a foreign currency, foreign currency buying and selling spread (including foreign exchange fees) is added to our TTM rate. (Please see the table of "List of Currencies Handled".)
  • The Currency Exchange Counters handle only notes, not coins, either for buying or selling a currency.
  • Please be noted that when handling your transaction, we may ask you to present below documents depending on the circumstances. We may also make a photocopy of them. If you do not show us requested documents or for other reasons, we may decline your transaction.

Please bring below documents

  1. Photo identification document, which are valid on the date they are presented
    • Driver's license
    • Certificate of driving record (issued after April 1, 2012)
    • Passport
    • Individual number card
    • Residence card / Special permanent resident certificate, etc.
      • *If you do not have any of above identification documents, please contact one of the Currency Exchange Counters.
      • *For corporate customers, the identification documents of the person visiting the Currency Exchange Counter and a corporate identity verification document such as certificate of registered matters etc. are necessary. For more details, please contact one of the Currency Exchange Counters in advance.
  2. Documents that serve as evidences of the transaction purpose and background, for example
    • Overseas travel: Invoice for travel expenses, Itinerary, etc.
    • Overseas business trip: Business trip itinerary, Document issued by the company indicating the period of business trip, etc.
    • Overseas assignment: Visa (work visa), Document issued by the company indicating the period and location of the assignment, etc.
    • Studying abroad: School admission, Visa (student visa), etc.
    • Purchase or sale of products: Invoice, etc.
  • Services are subject to change depending on factors such as social circumstances.
  • Please contact one of the Currency Exchange Counters for any further inquiry.