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Japan has stopped printing its current yen bills; Mt Fuji only element to be retained in new set

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For nearly 40 years, people in Japan have been happy when they see Yukichi Fukuzawa’s face. Not necessarily because of any personal affection for the esteemed educator, linguist, and entrepreneur, but because since 1984, Fukuzawa has appeared on the 10,000-yen bill, the highest-value piece of paper currency in Japan. Fukuzawa’s stint as the…
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Japan has stopped printing its current yen bills; Mt Fuji only element to be retained in new set

For nearly 40 years, people in Japan have been happy when they see Yukichi Fukuzawa’s face. Not necessarily because of any personal affection for the esteemed educator, linguist, and entrepreneur, but because since 1984, Fukuzawa has appeared on the 10,000-yen bill, the highest-value piece of paper currency in Japan. Fukuzawa’s stint as the…

3 months ago·Sakado, Japan
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Japan has stopped printing its current yen bills, Mt. Fuji only element to be retained in new set

A changing of the yen guard for everything except Japan’s tallest mountain.

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