The Bank of Japan issued Japanese Yen banknotes in 10 different denominations, including this 5000 Japanese Yen banknote (Inazo Nitobe). They are part of the withdrawn Japanese Yen banknotes series. The Bank of Japan started issuing these 5000 Japanese Yen banknotes in 1984. They were withdrawn from circulation in 2004.
The banknote of 5000 yen depicts Inazo Nitobe, Japanese author. The paper note contains the words ‘Nippon Gingko’. The backside of the ¥5000 banknote features a lake and Mount Fuji.
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|Dimensions||155 × 76 mm|
|Product currencies||Japanese Yen|
|Series||withdrawn Japanese Yen banknotes|
|Colour||black, grey, purple|
|Profession||Agricultural Economist, Author, Diplomat, Educator, Politician|
|Text||5000, 5000 Yen, Five Thousand Yen, Nippon Ginko|
|Object||globe, lake, map of the world, mountain, snow cap|