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Rate: 147.502
¥110,626inc. FREE delivery
Rate: 147.323
¥110,492inc. FREE delivery
Rate: 147.322
¥110,491inc. FREE delivery
Rate: 147.173
¥110,379inc. FREE delivery
Rate: 147.023
¥110,267inc. FREE delivery
Rate: 146.862
¥110,146inc. FREE delivery
Rate: 146.683
¥110,012inc. FREE delivery
Rate: 146.640
¥109,980inc. FREE delivery
Rate: 146.521
¥109,890inc. FREE delivery
Rate: 146.488
¥109,866inc. FREE delivery
Rate: 146.190
¥109,642inc. FREE delivery
Rate: 145.664
¥109,248inc. FREE delivery
Rate: 146.566
¥109,199inc. £4.95 delivery
Rate: 143.923
¥107,942inc. FREE delivery
Rate: 143.629
¥107,721inc. FREE delivery
Rate: 142.874
¥107,155inc. FREE delivery
Rate: 142.700
¥107,025inc. FREE delivery
Rate: 142.530
¥106,897inc. FREE delivery
Rate: 141.850
¥106,387inc. FREE delivery
Rate: 141.794
¥106,345inc. FREE delivery
Rate: 141.527
¥106,145inc. FREE delivery
Rate: 141.154
¥105,865inc. FREE delivery
Rate: 140.550
¥105,412inc. FREE delivery
Rate: 140.550
¥105,412inc. FREE delivery
Rate: 136.770
¥102,577inc. FREE delivery

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7 Day Exchange Rate History

Over the past week the Japanese Yen has increased by 0.42% from last Wednesday's rate of 146.879 to today's rate of 147.502 which means £750 will buy you ¥467.25 more now than it would have a week ago. During this period the best rate we recorded was 147.988 on Sunday and the worst rate was 146.069 on Thursday.

90 Day Exchange Rate History

The 90 day outlook has seen the Japanese Yen rate increase by 3.04% from 143.153 on 27th July 2017 to 147.502 today. Based on these figures, £750 will buy you ¥3,261.75 more today than it would have three months ago. We recorded a high rate of 150.301 on 21st September 2017 and a low rate of 137.753 on 23rd August 2017.

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Travel advice has been updated for Japan within the past week

Updated: 20th October 2017
Latest update: Summary – Typhoon Lan is forecast to bring hazardous sea and weather conditions to Japan from around 21 October 2017; you should monitor the progress of approaching storms and follow the advice of the local authorities, including any evacuation orders

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