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Coin Information

JPY 100 Yen

Name of coin
百円硬貨
Year(s) Issued
1967
Issuer
N/A
Countries Issued in
Japan
Face Value
100 ¥
Material
Copper, Nickel
Mintage


The 100 Yen is one denomination of Japanese Yen. It was originally silver from 1957 until 1966, and changed to its current composition in 1967. It is the second-highest denomination issued, following the 500 yen coin.

The obverse of the coin depicts Sakura, cherry blossoms, a type of Japanese flower, with the kanji for "Japan" and "One Hundred Yen." The reverse shows the numerals "100" and the date of issue in Arabic instead of kanji.

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