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Withdraw money at Seven ATM Bank in 7-Eleven stores, Japan

Do you know? 7-Eleven in Japan have own bank. When you travel to Japan and short of money. You can use ATM debit card for pressing money from ATM machine. You can withdraw Japanese yen from ATMs at 7-Eleven stores. It’s very convenient for tourists.

Today, 7-Eleven ATM have more than 25,000 ATMs nationwide. For collect money from ATM will have fees for each time you collect. Fees depend on money that you withdraw. For example: withdrawal at ¥10,000 fee cost ¥108 or withdrawal at ¥20,000 fee cost ¥216 or above.

More information about fee are as international ATMs will deduct minor service fees around ¥108 yen during normal hours and ¥216 yen during off-peak hours and weekends. Costs can increase to around ¥432 yen if you withdraw more than ¥100,000 yen.

You can check withdraw fees at https://www.sevenbank.co.jp/english/personal/netbank/know/fee/

So before you use please emphasize that calculate the amount is necessary to use carefully in order to not pay useless fees.

The method for use ATM machine is very simple because there is many language to choose from.

  1. Insert card
  2. Select language. There are many languages to choose from.
  3. Click withdrawal in the button.
  4. Choose account that you wish to withdraw. From Credit card, saving or Current account.
  5. Press the card code (use the same code as in your hometown)
  6. Choose amount from ¥1,000 to money that you want but no more than ¥100,000 yen.
  7. Then compete the payment.

At ATM machine can use many type of card such as Visa, Plus, Mastercard, Maestro, Circus, UnionPay, AmericanExpress, JCB, Discover, Diners club.

Warning!

You can use cards from overseas bank to withdraw money not more than 100,000 yen per time. Non-magnetic cards can withdraw money up to 30,000 yen.

American Express cards can be withdrawn up to 30,000 yen per time.

If entering personal code with limit time error and get error occurs. You have to contact credit or debit card company directly instead of lost money.

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