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There are many ways to get money from Japan,
but I will tell you the best ways I know so far.

① You change Japanese money to Australian travellers cheque at a citybank before you touch down.
If you register the online bank, you can buy the cheque for free.
I have never tried it, so you need to make sure.
You need to pay several dollars for changing the cheque to dollars though.

② You transfer Japanese yen to any Australian bank you use via KVB Kunlun.
I think KVB is a mediation between banks.
Of course, you need to open your bank account first.
You also need to send at least two things to verify you.
You don't convert money, so you won't lose a lot of money.
It takes 2 or 3 days to transfer your money on average.

I asked my family to transfer Japanese money without converting it
into Australian money via KVB.
The exchange rate was 79.50 (last Friday).
Of course, you need to check the exchange rate before you ask KVB.
Since I didn't have enough money to live here, I didn't have choose the date.
Anyway, australian dollars are getting weaker against Japanese yen now.

Here are some new phrase(s) that I have come across in daily life.
1. ovary (in a newspaper)
= a female reproductive organ in which ova or eggs are produced
2. under wraps (on TV)
= being kept secret until some time in the future
3. distinct (on TV)
= individual or separate
4. asylum (on TV)
= protection that a government gives to people who have left their own country, usually because
they were in danger for political reasons


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