1000 Japanese Yen banknote (Prince Shotoku)
The Bank of Japan issued Japanese Yen banknotes in 10 different denominations,
including this 1000 Japanese Yen banknote (Prince Shotoku). They are part of the withdrawn Japanese Yen banknotes series. The Bank of Japan started issuing
these 1000 Japanese Yen banknotes in 1950. They were withdrawn from circulation in 1963.
The note of one thousand yen features Shōtoku Taishi, protector of Buddhism. On the reverse side of the old ¥1000 note is Yumedono Paviion, part of the Hōryū-ji temple complex in Ikaruga. The paper bill contains the words ‘Nippon Gingko’.
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1 JPY = £0.00430
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