Currency Converter · Ghanaian Cedi (GHS) to Japanese Yen (JPY)

The currency calculator will convert exchange rate of Ghana cedi (GHS) to Japanese yen (JPY).

  • 1 GHS = 11.49 JPY
  • 5 GHS = 57.46 JPY
  • 10 GHS = 114.93 JPY
  • 20 GHS = 229.86 JPY
  • 25 GHS = 287.32 JPY
  • 50 GHS = 574.64 JPY
  • 100 GHS = 1,149.29 JPY
  • 200 GHS = 2,298.58 JPY
  • 250 GHS = 2,873.22 JPY
  • 500 GHS = 5,746.45 JPY
  • 1,000 GHS = 11,492.89 JPY
  • 2,000 GHS = 22,985.78 JPY
  • 2,500 GHS = 28,732.23 JPY
  • 5,000 GHS = 57,464.45 JPY
  • 10,000 GHS = 114,928.91 JPY
  • 10 JPY = 0.87 GHS
  • 50 JPY = 4.35 GHS
  • 100 JPY = 8.70 GHS
  • 250 JPY = 21.75 GHS
  • 500 JPY = 43.51 GHS
  • 1,000 JPY = 87.01 GHS
  • 2,000 JPY = 174.02 GHS
  • 2,500 JPY = 217.53 GHS
  • 5,000 JPY = 435.05 GHS
  • 10,000 JPY = 870.10 GHS
  • 20,000 JPY = 1,740.21 GHS
  • 50,000 JPY = 4,350.52 GHS
  • 100,000 JPY = 8,701.03 GHS
  • 250,000 JPY = 21,752.58 GHS
  • 500,000 JPY = 43,505.15 GHS

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Ghana cedi


The Ghana cedi is (GHS) the currency of Ghana. The currency code is GHS and currency symbol is GH¢. The Ghana cedi is subdivided into 100 Ghana pesewa (symbol: Gp). Frequently used Ghana cedi coins are in denominations of GH¢ 1, 1Gp, 5Gp, 10Gp, 20Gp, 50Gp. Frequently used Ghana cedi banknotes are in denominations of GH¢ 5, GH¢ 10, GH¢ 20, GH¢ 50.

Japanese yen


The Japanese yen (JPY) is the currency of Japan. The currency code is JPY and currency symbol is ¥ (international) or 円 (Japan—present day) or 圓 (Japan—traditional). The Japanese yen is subdivided into 100 sen or 1000 rin (both sen and rin are not in circulation). Frequently used Japanese yen coins are in denominations of ¥1, ¥5, ¥10, ¥50, ¥100, ¥500. Frequently used Japanese yen banknotes are in denominations of ¥1000, ¥5000, ¥10000. The Japanese yen is the fourth reserve currency after the United States dollar (USD), the Euro (EUR), and the British pound sterling (GBP). It is also the third most traded currency in the foreign exchange market, after the United States dollar (USD) and the Euro (EUR).