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ATM Bank Transfer

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Here is your step-by-step guide to do an electronic bank transfer via Yamanashi Chuo's ATM system. While this service is only offered in Japanese, if you know the kana, you will be able to easily do a transfer!

This guide goes through how to do a standard bank transfer, your paperwork may refer to it as normal, futsuu, or 普通. Since many people living in Yamanashi must periodically send money home, there are examples included on setting up one of the more popular remittance services called GoRemit.

NOTE: If you to make a mistake during the process you can return to the screen before by pressing the "前画面" (maegamen) button. It usually appears on the right side of the screen toward the center.

  • Step 1: Press the last button in the first column on the left. It is red and labeled "振込" (furikomi)
  • Step 2: Confirm with the button on the bottom right to move to the next screen.
  • Step 3: This screen shows the date on which your transfer will be processed. Confirm with the button on the bottom right.
  • Step 4: Insert your bank card and then enter your identification code.
  • Step 5: Select the bottom option on the right "振込先入力" (furikomisenyuuryoku) to start a bank transfer.
    • NOTE: If you have made a transfer card (振込カード/furikomikaado) you can select the top option and insert the card at this step to avoid inputting the information. Just enter the amount you want to remit and confirm the details.
  • Step 6: Select the second option in the left column "銀行" (ginkou). It is below the highlighted button.
  • Step 7: Choose the first character of the beneficiary bank from the kana menu.
    • Example: If you are setting up GoRemit you would choose the "ミ" for Mitsui Sumitomo Bank.
  • Step 8: Choose the appropriate bank from the supplied list. If you happened to hit the wrong kana you can return to the screen before by pressing the "前画面" (maegamen) button.
    • Example: If you are setting up GoRemit you would choose 三井住友銀行 (MitsuiSumitomoGinkou).
  • Step 9: Choose your branch name in the same way that you chose the bank name.
    • Example: If you are setting up GoRemit you would choose the "チ" character for Chuo Branch, then 中央支店 (chuuoushiten).
  • Step 10: For a normal bank transfer select the "普通" button on top of the list of blue buttons.
  • Step 11: Enter the account number of the receiving party. This will highlight the "口座晩後" (kouzabango) input and be entered there when you press the continue button on the bottom right.
  • Step 12: Enter the amount for the remittance and press the continue button on the bottom right.
  • Step 13: Review all of your information and ensure that it is correct. If you must edit any information, touch the "訂正" button to the left of the applicable field. Once all of the information has been reviewed press the continue button in the bottom right.
  • Step 14: This screen reviews your recipient. In the "受取人名" (uketorininmei) field please ensure that you are sending to the correct person.
    • Special Step for GoRemit: If you are signing up for GoRemit, you will enter your special recipient name here that is the series of three numbers followed by a space and then your last name. (Example: 123 DOE)
      • To do this click the "訂正" button to the left.
      • A screen will come up with a kana input, but you will want the roman character input.
      • In the leftmost column press the button labeled "英字コード" (eijikoodo) and then enter your information as it appears on your registration statement.
      • Press the continue button on the bottom right.
  • Step 15: Confirm your recipient's details and press the continue button on the bottom right.
  • Step 16: Almost there!
    • If you will need to do this transfer in the future you can make a card to avoid having to do all of the information input (aka GoRemit). To do this select the top option "登録する" (tourokusuru) to register a transfer card (振込カード).
    • If this is a one time transaction you should select the bottom option "登録しない" and finish the process.
  • Step 17: After this the ATM will take a moment to process the transaction and give you a receipt and your bank card back. If you chose to register a transfer card it will also be printed at this time.

Congrats! You did a bank transfer!