You can send money to the Philippines from Japan thru the Philippine banks below, thru Western Union, Moneygram or SBI Remit.
Philippine National Bank and Metrobank operate remittance services in Japan. Puedeng over the counter, puede ring electronic, pero over the counter lang muna ang i-post ko dito.
5th Floor Fukide Bldg.
4-1-13 Toranomon Minato-ku
Tel No: 03-5401-3300 / 03-5401-3750
7th Floor Nishiki 324
Building 3-24-24 Nishiki, Naka-ku Nagoya-shi
Tel : (052) 968-1800
Present a valid ID.
You’ll be charged about 2,000 yen for any remittance amount (might change).
Kandabashi Park Building
1-19-1 Kanda Nishiki-cho
email address: MBTOKYO@metrobank.co.jp
Take Tokyo Metro or Toei Subway, Exit Otemachi, C2b
or Take Toie Subway, Exit Ogawamachi, B7
or Take JR Line, Exit Kanda West
1F Chiyoda First Building-East
3-8-1 Nishi-Kanda, Chiyoda-ku
Tokyo, Japan 101-0065
Tel No: 03-3237-1403
Metrobank Osaka Sub-branch
How to send money thru Metrobank in Japan:
1. Fill out the New Registration Form.
You need these pieces of information:
- Your Name
- Your Address
- Your Phone number
- Your Date of birth
- Your recipient’s name, address, and phone number
- Your recipient’s name of bank, branch, account number
2. Present your ID for verification and photocopying.
3. If you’re a foreigner,present your Alien Registration Card.
4. If you’re Japanese, present your driver’s license, residence ID, or health insurance card.
WESTERN UNION and MONEYGRAM
— If you’re very far from Tokyo or Osaka, you can remit money at any Western Union branch.
In Narita City and Funabashi City in Chiba Prefecture, you can send thru TRAVELEX, an agent of Western Union. Just click Western Union Travelex for the addresses.
Moneygram operates only in Tokyo via the Brazilian bank Banco Itau SA. Its partner SBI Remit runs an online remittance service for other cities outside of Tokyo, but you need to register.