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Let's learn about Japanese currency in this lesson. Do you know the currency used in Japan? It is 円（えん）EN. I will show you some Japanese coins and how to count Japanese money. Can you say how much Japanese yen we have here?
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Yuko Sensei, why did it become "yen" instead of "en" when translated internationally? There's no "ye" pronunciation in Japanese, right?
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In the Nara Period, Japan played around with metallic money.
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Honestly, rice and cloth as currency is pretty amazing. Both keep well if stored properly and a human necessity across all classes and peoples. However, they don't last forever so you still feel the need to use it eventually rather than try and hoard and speculate which could also make you a target for theft so it promotes trade. It has a built in shelf-life to where no matter how much supply and demand fluctuate, its out of circulations after a generation or less. And as if that weren't enough, the idea of "growing wealth" encourages people to farm efficiently and consistently without the need to micromanage to keep up domestic rice production.
I'm curious.. what kind of fabric if this was before the secret if sulk escaped China. If so, I'd guess Chinese silk would be pretty valuable.
why did the japanese mint coins?
probably because they tasted better
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In this video I answer all the things I wanted to know before I first went to Japan:
- How much cash do I need?
- How do you exchange Yen? (What's a good rate?)
- How to work out how much things cost
- Should I take cash or credit cards?
- Do foreign cards work in ATMs?
- Are foreign cards accepted in Japan?
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I think I missed it, but did you say i could buy yen before I go to Japan? Or do I need to convert when I'm in the country? I heard it's cheaper(better exchange rate) if I do it once I arrive, but not sure if that's true?
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