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US Dollar to Japanes Yen

Tuesday, December 16, 2008 / Posted by Zackary /

The currency in Japan is yen and it has two extra zeros from an Americans perspective. So we say 1 dollars and the Japanese say 100 yen. These extra zeros get confusing when you start talking about real money. The general rule is to simply remove two zeros. Thus, 100,000 yen becomes 1,000 dollars. You can use this trick when reading my blog and wonder how much 20,000,000 yen is worth.
If you want an exact number as of 11:36 a.m. 1 dollars = 90.450 yen. For updated information try this link:



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