The easy and fast way to transfer money online from Japan to Australia

Remit at home in 2 minutes, at a fraction of what you'd pay at the bank. Remittance to Australia supportsall major banks in Australia like Commonwealth Bank、National Australian Bank、Westpac Bank and more. to receive your money.

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How to send Japan to Australia with our app:

What documents you'll need to get started


Certificate combination (choose one out of five)

Chinese Nationality: Individual Number Card + Residence Card, Notification Card + Residence Card or Resident Record + Residence Card; Japanese Nationality: Individual Number Card or Notification Card + Japanese Driver's License

Contact details

Mobile number/email

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  • Tricks (A): The exchange rates are favorable only for the first transaction!

  • Tricks (B): The exchange rates are favorable but the fee are high!

  • Tricks (C): The fees are low but the exchange rates are less-favorable!

  • Tricks (D): Beware of money exchange scams!

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Compare our historical rates: Japanese Yen to Australian Dollar

Traditional cross-border remittance services often have low exchange rates and charge high fees.

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Frequently asked questions

  • How can I sign up for Panda Remit?

    Sign up for a free Panda Remit account using your mobile number or email address to receive exclusive offers on our handling fees and exchange rates. Our registration process is quick and easy.

  • Are there any offers for new users?

    Panda Remit offers exclusive deals and promotions for new users, such as zero handling fees, exclusive exchange rates, and remittance cash coupons. These offers vary depending on the sender and receiver countries you choose, so be sure to check out our website to learn more and find the best offer for your situation. Sign up for a free account to take advantage of these promotions and start enjoying the savings and convenience of our service.

  • Is it safe to send money with Panda Remit?

    Panda Remit follows strict financial anti-fraud guidelines and has implemented best security practices to protect our customers' funds. We also advise customers to be vigilant at all times and to never share their password with anyone. Additionally, the entire remittance process is transparent, so customers can see exactly where their money is going and when it will arrive. With these measures in place, you can trust us to provide safe and secure remittance services.

  • What countries can I send money to from Japan using Panda Remit?

    Currently, Panda Remit offers international money transfer services from Japan to Mainland China, Hong Kong SAR, Vietnam, the Philippines, Indonesia and Nepal.

  • Which payment options does Panda Remit offer for sending money from Japan?

    Panda Remit offers the following payment methods for money transfer from Japan: Online Bank Transfer, ATM Self-service Transfer.

  • How much does Money Transfer from Japan cost by Panda Remit ?

    The handling fee for money transfer from Japan to global destinations is currently 400 JPY per transaction.

  • What is the BSB code in Australia?

    A BSB is a six-digit number that's used to identify the individual branch of an Australian bank or financial institution. In other words, BSB numbers are used to identify the recipient of a bank transfer.

  • How can I find my BSB number in Australia?

    You can locate your BSB number by logging on to your bank account online. Most of the time, this number is located with your individual account number. You can also find your BSB number on your banking statements. Lastly, you can call your bank to confirm your BSB number.

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