SBI Japan 2 Branches: Tokyo, Osaka – Address, Phone, Email, Swift

SBI Japan Branch Contact

State Bank of India was established on 2 June 1806 under the name of Bank of Calcutta, which later became the Bank of Bengal on 2 January 1809. In 1921, Bank of Mumbai and Bank of Madras were merged into The Bank of Bengal, which was followed by the Creation of the Imperial Bank of India.

The capital in all the three banks, Bank of Bengal, Bank of Bombay and Bank of Madras, belonged to the private sector, but these were opened to the East India Company. These three banks remained until the major banks of modern India until they were merged with the Imperial Bank of India. At first, Europeans had a higher stake under private shareholding, but later in 1823 the government took control of the three banks. On January 27, 1921, the Bank of Bengal, the Bank of Bombay and the Bank of Madras merged together, which was followed by the Formation of the Imperial Bank of India.

In independent India, the Imperial Bank was acquired in 1955 under the Parliamentary Act of India, after which the State Bank of India Act came 1955. On April 30, 1955, the Imperial Bank was renamed as State Bank of India. After this, SBI was established on July 1.

State Bank of India – Japan

State Bank of India has 2 office locations in Japan – Tokyo and Osaka. The official website of SBI Japan is

The contact details for both the branches are as follows:

(1) State Bank of India Tokyo Office

Address: Tokyo Tatemono Nihonbashi Building, 4th Floor, 1-3-13, Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 103-0027
Phone: +81 (3) 3517 3700 / +81 (3) 3517 3711 (Remittance)
Fax: +81 (3) 3277 5621 / +81 (3) 3517 3721 / +81 (3) 3517 3720 (Remittance)
E-mail: [email protected]

class="wp-block-heading">(2) SBI Osaka Branch Contact Details

Address: Nomura Fudosan Osaka Building, 6th Floor, 8-15 Azuchimachi, 1-chome Chuo-ku, Osaka 541 0052 Japan
Phone: +81 (6) 6271 3237
Fax: +81 (6) 6271 3240
E-mail: [email protected]

SBI Japan Services

State Bank of India offers services for:

  1. Corporate Banking:
    • Trade Finance: Letter of Credit, Bank Guarantees, Overdrafts for Corporates
    • Credit Services: Funding for imports of machinery/ stocks
    • Loan Services: Term Loan, Loan Syndication
    • Project Finance
    • Other Services: Forward Contracts, Local Remittances in JPY, Local Remittances in USD, Collection of Clean Bill(s) / Cheque(s) payable at foreign centres, USD Currency Note transactions, Internet banking
  2. Personal Banking: Time Deposits, Ordinary Deposit, Loans against Deposit, Remittances


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