Send Money to Japan From India

International Money Transfer From India to Japan

 INTERNATIONAL MONEY TRANSFER FROM INDIA TO JAPAN Do you have a pressing need to send money internationally from India to Japan? Have you heard about the simple methods for sending money? Do These Before Sending Money Abroad? Don't worry; we've got all you need to know about the most acceptable ways to send money internationally from India to Japan and the most dependable sources on which you can rely for your money transfer. Prepare to ship cash without any worries now.

Keep These Available

Your legitimate ID evidence and a PAN Card are vital documents when sending money abroad.
These credentials will make it easier for you to make an international money transfer from India to Japan.

transferring money to japan – remit forex

Do These Before Sending Money Abroad

  • Always verify the foreign currency rates before sending money abroad, and then complete the transaction. Because foreign currency rates fluctuate frequently, it is vital to examine the rate before selecting a service provider, mainly if the amount is significant.
  • It is generally advised to rely on reputable service providers who supply consistent transfer prices, whether regularly or at irregular intervals.
  • As indicated by regulators, authentic service providers frequently adhere to the correct norms and rules, which are commonly designed with clients' best interests in mind. As a result, such service providers for international money transfers from India to Japan are dependable and secure.
  • It's typically a good idea to seek guidance from a business specialist or at least from someone who has experience in the foreign exchange market to help you with the fundamentals and other know-how and cheap options.
Send Money To Japan

Million Happy Customers


Billion Remittance in a year


Transactions processing every year


Branch Network.


Agent Locations


Corporate Tie-ups


Education Consultancies Onboard as Partners

These Ensure Safe and Quick Transfers

  • Select a reputable remittance service provider: For a safe and hassle-free international money transfer from India to Japan, use an official dealer having an AD I, AD II, or FFMC license from the RBI.
  • Be aware of your transactional limit: The RBI has set several limits and rules for those receiving money from India under the Liberalized Remittance Scheme. A resident individual can remit up to USD 250,000 each fiscal year for their needs in another country.
  • Foreign exchange rates: Try to compile information on the most recent exchange rates and associated fees for the services available to ensure a seamless and cost-effective transfer of funds from India to Japan to other countries.

What is the minimum amount that I can transfer to Japan from India?

There is no minimum amount set by remitforex or the banks involved in the international money transfer.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Fee Amounts to Universities or Colleges in Japan
  • Living Expenses of students in Japan
  • Overseas Employment
  • Emigration/Visa fees
  • Close relatives maintenance
  • Medical Treatments Abroad
  • Gift Remittance/Donations
  • Movie making
  • Government distributed photo ID proof of the money remitter.
  • PAN card copy of the sender
  • Duly filled A2 application form cum declaration with customer signature
  • Other KYC’s as requested by authorized service provider for transferring funds to Japan
  • Name of the Beneficiary Bank, Swift Code, Routing Number, and Correspondent Account Number
  • Name and Address of Beneficiary
  • KYC requires the remitter's name, account number, and transaction purpose.
  • A2 form completed and signed cum declaration.

According to the new rule, all remittances over INR 7 lakh will be subject to a 5% TCS (tax collected at source) under the RBI's Liberalized Remittance Scheme (LRS). The application of Tax Collected at Source was notified by the Finance Act of 2020 on March 27th, 2020, with effect from October 1st, 2020.

To keep in mind, TCS (tax collected at source) will only apply to amounts above INR 7 lakh in a fiscal year, not the overall amount. For example, if you transfer INR 10 lakh in a financial year, TCS will apply a 5% rate to the extra INR 3 lakh, resulting in a tax of INR 15,000.

TCS will apply at a rate of 0.5 percent on remittances for the purpose of foreign study, but only if the amount transferred is the result of a loan from a financial institution. Consider the following scenario: the total sum is INR 15 lacs. TCS of 0.5 percent will be applied to Rs. 8,00,000 (amount after Rs. 7 lac is deducted) and the tax collected will be Rs. 4000 in this case.

You can transfer your money online to Japan using your debit card and credit card. However, double-check that you understand all of the processing fees before making payment. You can pay for your transfer to Japan via an online money transfer provider to avoid paying high fees.

A bank transfer from India to Japan can take up to 48 hours to complete. The funds are occasionally credited within 24 hours of the transfer.

According to the RBI's LRS policy, Indians can transmit up to $250,000 (or its equivalent) per person per year to the Japan. You can send money to the Japan either online or with a demand draft.

There is no minimum amount as such set by remitforex or the banks involved in the international money transfer