Use Travelex International Money Transfer for a quick, simple and secure way to send money overseas.
The Travelex international money transfer service allows you to send money to Japan from Australia in a quick, affordable, and secure manner. Travelex is a long-established foreign exchange provider relied on by thousands of customers every year.
Partnering with Nium, a leading global payment platform, Travelex offers a fast and reliable means of sending money overseas. You can use the Travelex international money transfer app to send money to Japan from Australia anytime with ease, with round-the-clock support from our customer service team.
* IMPORTANT NOTE: money transfer to Japan are in USD only. Transfer in JPY is currently not available.
Send in minutes, usually received within 48 hours
Great Rates, $0 Online Fees
Bank-beating exchange rates and $0 fees for any online transfer. A small fee applies for cash pickup
Convenient Payout Methods Choose either Bank transfer, Visa card or Cash pick-up (selected countries only)
Chat support is available around the clock - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Trusted Travelex has been operating in Australia for over 40 years
Leader in Foreign Exchange
Serving 1000s of customers per year for their online foreign exchange needs
Log-In or Create an account
Enter your recipient’s details and the amount you’d like to send
Select your pay-out method to Bank Account, Visa Card or Cash Pickup*
Make your payment via bank transfer or PayID
If you don’t want to transfer money overseas via the internet, Travelex offers Western Union international money transfers in many of our stores.
Click the button below for a list of our stores that are currently operating and offer Western Union money transfer services.FIND STORES
Everything about the Japanese yen and all the easy options to access JPY with Travelex
Simply log in, open the Ask Adam chat window and type in ‘agent’ to speak to a customer service agent. GET HELP
Using Travelex International Money Transfer, it takes between 1-2 business days to send money to Japan. If it takes longer than that, the delay is probably due to the domestic policies of the bank you are transferring funds to.
Travelex has a minimum transfer amount of AU$10. For your first transaction, you cannot transfer more than AU$2500. After your first transaction, there is no limit on how much you can send.
The best way to send money to Japan is with the Travelex international money transfer service with no online transfer fees and competitive exchange rates. This will allow you to transfer funds while paying the minimum amount in transaction costs.
To transfer funds to Japan from Australia with Travelex, you need to provide your full name, address, verification of identity, and your payment information. You also need to provide your recipient's details, including their bank account information such as their account number and BIC code of the receiving bank in Japan.
To send money to someone in Japan, you will need to gather the necessary information from them (such as their full name, address, and bank account details).
Yes, you can send money to Japan via Western Union. Many Travelex locations offer this service for those who want to send cash to Japan.
Support is provided to assist you with your queries and transactions via “Ask Adam”. To live chat with a representative, type the word “agent”. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Travelex International Money Transfer Disclaimer & Additional Information
The Travelex International Money Transfer service is provided by NIUM Pty Ltd (ABN 45 601 384 025)
Rates are subject to change without notice. Terms & conditions apply. Note, further fees, taxes may apply and will vary by bank, location and other factors. Certain Banks may deduct a fee from your transfer amount before depositing the funds into your beneficiary bank account.
The information provided is provided for general purposes only and is not considered financial advice and should not be relied upon as such. Consumers should consider seeking independent legal, financial, taxation or other advice and consider their own financial circumstances and choose the most suitable service for their needs.