What do you call Japanese moneys?
to say "call you" in Japanese is ãå¼ã³åºãå ´åand it is read like wo yobidasu baai hope this helps :) é»è©±ãã¾ã denwashim…asu orãé»è©±ããã denwasuruyo are both very common ways of saying you'll call.
The Japanese unit of money is the yen. Japans money is called yen The Japanese yen is the currency of Japan.
I have pre world war Japanese dollars in $100,$10, and $5. Are they are worth anything? or how do I find out the worth?
The Japanese currency is called the Yen. The symbol is Â¥.
ãé The Japanese word for money is okane. The way to say it phonetically is "oh-kah-nay
The money in Japan is called Yen
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The Japanese Yen is the unit of money in Japan. One yen has 100 sen.. Â¥ is the symbol for Yen. It is also coins and bills.
the word for house is "ie", home is "uchi"
" Anata wa okane o motte imasen " or "ã ãª ã ã ã ã¦ã ã¾ ã ã." Anata wa - You Okane - Money Motte - To have/To hold Imas…en - Is not
$1 = 95 yen
In Japan in WW2
The 10 Dollar bill has a picture of a banana tree, hence "banana money".