Send money to Japan

Fast, low-cost, and secure online money transfers from Sweden to Japan.

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  • 0 SEK
  • 23.53 SEKOur fee
  • 23.53 SEKTotal fees
  • =
    976.47 SEKTotal amount we’ll convert
  • ×
    14.2188

Should arrive by Monday, July 29

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Save when you send money to Japan

Sending 1,000 SEK withRecipient gets(Total after fees)
Wise
13,884 JPY
Transfer fee
23.53 SEK
Exchange rate(1 SEK JPY)
14.2188
Exchange rate markup
0 SEK

Cost of transfer
23.53 SEK

PayPal
13,018 JPY- 866 JPY
Transfer fee
39.99 SEK
Exchange rate(1 SEK JPY)
13.5605
Exchange rate markup
46.30 SEK

Cost of transfer
86.29 SEK

Remitly
12,885 JPY- 999 JPY
Transfer fee
69.90 SEK
Exchange rate(1 SEK JPY)
13.8538
Exchange rate markup
25.67 SEK

Cost of transfer
95.57 SEK

Swedbank
11,826 JPY- 2,059 JPY
Transfer fee
150 SEK
Exchange rate(1 SEK JPY)
13.9125
Exchange rate markup
21.54 SEK

Cost of transfer
171.54 SEK

Handelsbanken
10,983 JPY- 2,901 JPY
Transfer fee
210 SEK
Exchange rate(1 SEK JPY)
13.9022
Exchange rate markup
22.26 SEK

Cost of transfer
232.26 SEK
This applies when you pay in via bank transfer. How do we collect this data?
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How to send money to Japan from Sweden

How to send money to Japan from Sweden

  1. Just tap in how much, and where to.
  2. Then make a local payment to Wise, whether it's with a bank transfer, Swift or your debit or credit card.
  3. And that's it.

Wise converts your money at the 'inter-bank' rate – the real rate – so you save big time (even versus the guys saying there's 'zero' commission). On Wise, there's no room for sneaky bank surcharges or creeping hidden charges.

How much does it cost to transfer money to Japan?

Pay a small, flat fee and percentage

To send money in SEK to Japan, you pay a small, flat fee of 18.55 SEK + 0.51% of the amount that's converted (you'll always see the total cost upfront).


Fee depends on your chosen transfer type

Some transfer types have different fees which are usually tiny.


No hidden fees

No big fees, hidden or otherwise. So it's cheaper than what you're used to.

Wise
Fees for our low cost transfers
Fixed fee
18.55 SEK
Variable feeup to 1,390,900 SEK/month
0.51%
Variable feemore than 1,390,900 SEK/month

How long will a money transfer to Japan take?

A money transfer from Sweden (SEK) to Japan (JPY) should arrive by Monday, July 29. Sometimes transfer times can differ based on payment methods or verification changes. We’ll always keep you updated, and you can track each step in your account.

On many popular routes, Wise can send your money within one day, as a same day transfer, or even an instant money transfer.

Your transfer route

SEK
JPY

Should arrive

by Monday, July 29

What you’ll need for your online money transfer to Japan

Best ways to send money to Japan

  • Bank Transfer

    Bank transfers are usually the cheapest option when it comes to funding your international money transfer with Wise. Bank transfers can be slower than debit or credit cards, but they usually give you the best value for your money. Read more how to use bank transfers as a payment option.
  • Trustly

    Trustly is an online bank payment method. With Trustly, you can send money to Wise without leaving our site or app. It's a simple and convenient way to pay in EUR, PLN, SEK, and DKK.
  • Debit Card

    Paying for your transfer with a debit card is easy and fast. It’s also usually cheaper than credit card, as credit cards are more expensive to process. Read more about how to pay for your money transfer with a debit card.
  • Credit Card

    Paying for your transfer with a credit card is easy and fast. Wise accepts Visa, Mastercard and some Maestro cards. Read more about how to pay for your money transfer with a credit card.
  • Apple Pay

    If you’ve enabled Apple Pay on your phone, you can use it to pay for a transfer with Wise. Paying with Apple Pay is a convenient and quick way to send money abroad. If you’re using a credit card, watch out for extra charges. Some banks consider these payments as cash withdrawal, and they may charge you extra fees.
  • Google Pay

    If you’ve enabled Google Pay on your phone, you can use it to pay for a transfer with Wise. Paying with Google Pay is a convenient and quick way to send money abroad. If you’re using a credit card, watch out for extra charges. Some banks consider these payments as cash withdrawal, and they may charge you extra fees.

Trust Wise with safe & secure money transfers to Japan

Safeguarded with leading banks

We hold your money with established financial institutions, so it’s separate from our own accounts and in our normal course of business not accessible to our partners. Read more here.

Extra-secure transactions

We use 2-factor authentication to protect your account and transactions. That means you — and only you — can get to your money.

Data protection

We’re committed to keeping your personal data safe, and we’re transparent in how we collect, process, and store it.

Dedicated anti-fraud team

We work round the clock to keep your account and money protected from even the most sophisticated fraud.

Online scams are on the rise. Learn how to stay safe.

Send money to Japan from Sweden with the Wise app

Looking for an app to send money to Japan? Sending money is easy with Wise app.

  • Cheaper transfers abroad - free from hidden fees and exchange rate markups.
  • Check exchange rates - see on the app how exchange rates have changed over time.
  • Repeat your previous transfers - save the details, and make your monthly payments easier.
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