Bank of Japan
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|Bank of Japan
|Headquarters||Chuo, Tokyo, Japan|
|Central bank of||Japan|
|ISO 4217 Code||JPY|
|Base borrowing rate||0%-0.10%|
|Preceded by||First National Bank|
History[change | edit source]
Location[change | edit source]
The Bank of Japan is headquartered in Nihonbashi, Tokyo, on the site of a former gold mint (the Kinza). It is near the Tokyo's Ginza district The Neo-baroque Bank of Japan building in Tokyo was designed by Tatsuno Kingo in 1896.
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Notes[change | edit source]
- Nussbaum, Louis-Frédéric. (2002). "Nihon Ginkō" in Japan encyclopedia, p. 708.
- Bank of Japan (BOJ), Location; retrieved 2011-12-8.
- Roberts, George E. (1900). Annual report of the Director of the Mint (US), p. 393.
- Vande Walle, Willy et al. "Institutions and ideologies: the modernization of monetary, legal and law enforcement 'regimes' in Japan in the early Meiji-period (1868-1889)" (abstract). FRIS/Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, 2007; retrieved 2012-10-17.
- Longford, Joseph Henry. (1912). Japan of the Japanese, p. 289.
- Cargill, Thomas et al. (1997). The political economy of Japanese monetary policy, p. 10.
- Nussbaum, "Banks" at p. 70.
- The name of Tokyo's Ginza district means "silver mint".
More reading[change | edit source]
- Werner, Richard A. (2003). Princes of the Yen: Japan's Central Bankers and the Transformation of the Economy. Armonk, New York: M.E. Sharpe. 10-ISBN 0765610485; 13-ISBN 9780765610485; OCLC 471605161
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