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You can send money to any part of Nepal. You can visit our nearest IME agent locations to send money home to your loved ones.

Send Money from Japan to Nepal


Japan is one of the key regional destinations for Nepalese migrant workers. From the year 1990 to 2019 the number of migrants in Japan has almost tripled and as of 2019, it has reached 2.82 million which is 2.22% of the total population.  As of 2022 end, there are 1,39,393 Nepalese living in Japan consisting of temporary expatriates and permanent residents along with their locally-born descendants. Almost 85% of the migrant worker who move to Japan for employment, education, and other purposes belong to the age group of 15-65 which represents a working demographic of the country.

Migration to Japan for higher education among Nepalese students has been relatively a new phenomenon but has been accelerated over the years. The number of students in Japan has significantly increased from 1000 in 2008 to 29,000 in 2019. Nepalese students’ migration to Japan continues even today.

Nepalese diaspora residing in Japan can send their hard-earned money back home through IME’s partner network:

Our Business Partners

Kyodai Remittance

Kyodai Remittance

169-0073 Tokyo to, Shinjuku ku, Hyakunin cho 2-4-8, Stairs Bldg. 2F

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Send money to Nepal via Kyodai Remittance?

In order to send money, you must be a KYODAI REMITTANCE member.

Registration Process

Just need to fill up the Registration form with your information and receiver information, plus your valid Identification document and My Number document.

Valid ID documents:

Foreigners:   Valid Residence card with current address

  1. Driver's license with current address
  2. My number card with current address
  3. Passport and second ID document with current address (National health insurance or  Pension book  or  Juminhyou)

Send Money

After your registration is completed, you are ready to send money to your love ones!

There are two ways to send money home:

  1. Counters: We have more than 15 branches and agents in all over Japan and our international staff will be happy to help you. Bring your valid Identification document (ID). 
    Click here to learn more about the branches:
  2. Kyodai Card: It is one of the fastest, convenient and at your own control. The receiver information is already tagged in the card during it issue. You send send by visiting your nearby ATM of the Japan Post Bank.   
    Please click the next link to see the Japan Post ATM’s locations.

Our Representative Officers in Japan

Ajang Bhandari