Bank of Japan Naha Branch renovates exhibition space

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The Bank of Japan, Naha Branch, opened its renovated permanent exhibition space Monday in commemoration of the 10th anniversary of its move to Omoromachi, Naha City.

The space features a 50-inch monitor showing videos introducing the bank’s business, an model of Shureimon Gate made entirely of paper scraps cut of discarded bills totaling ¥100 million, a measuring instrument that allows the visitor to compare one’s height to a stacked amount of banknotes of the same height, and more.

The exhibition space is the Bank of Japan’s only facility in Japan that anyone can visit for free without a prior reservation. Last year the space had 2,308 visitors.

The exhibition space is open 9:00 to 15:00 on weekdays

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