NANIWA-KU, OSAKA 556
(FAX: +81-6-6632-5860 Phone: +81-6-6632-5723
Store Hours: 10AM - 7PM JST, Closed Thursdays)
(A customer has reported his experiences using Post Giro Transfer from Austria).
DAITEI's POST GIRO ACCOUNT:
POST OFFICE: NANIWA, OSAKA 556, JAPAN
One problem with sending JPYen is that the smallest JPYen note is JPY1000, about US$10, so you may end up overpaying by up to $10 depending upon how close your total is to the nearest JPY1000. In this case, if the amount you would be overpaying is greater or equal to the price of one MD, you can ask for your "change" back in the form of one extra MD. Please mark the form next to the kind of MD you want as change with "+1 OTSURI", this means "change" in Japanese.
The procedure is to buy enough JPYen to cover the total amount due on your order and then mail the JPYen along with the filled in order form DAITEI (insured I'd say!), at the address given above. You can probably buy your JPYen through a large bank in your area.
If you are sending US$, you must add 2% to the total price to cover the handling charges for currency exchange.