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List of banks in Japan

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List of banks in Japan

This is a list of banks in Japan.


  • Central Bank 1
  • Governmental institutions 2
    • Existing National Institutions 2.1
    • Postal Savings Bank 2.2
    • Regional Municipalities', Authorities' Mutual Corporation 2.3
    • Defunct National Institutions 2.4
  • Megabanks 3
  • Money center banks 4
  • Trust banks 5
  • Foreign banks 6
    • Members of the International Bankers Association in Japan 6.1
      • Financial Groups 6.1.1
      • Commercial Banks 6.1.2
      • Representative Offices 6.1.3
    • Other 6.2
  • Community banking system 7
  • M&A Tree 8
    • Bankruptcy 8.1
  • References 9

Central Bank

Governmental institutions

Existing National Institutions

Postal Savings Bank

Regional Municipalities', Authorities' Mutual Corporation

  • , restructured to Japan Finance Organization for Municipalities. )地方公共団体金融機構(

Defunct National Institutions


Money center banks

Trust banks

Foreign banks

Members of the International Bankers Association in Japan[1]


Community banking system

M&A Tree

Japan's banking system has consolidated dramatically since the 1990s. The list below gives an account of the banking industry's composition and consolidation.



  1. ^ International Bankers Association, Japan - Membership Listing, 2011.07.28
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