Log in to Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi, Tokyo, Japan ‘s Internet Online Bank

To login

You will find the log in to the Internet bank of Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi, Tokyo, Japan by log on to their website which you’ll find in Japanese with no English button to translate the page so all you have to do is click on a blank space in the site the right mouse button and choose translate to English from the menu that appears and the page will be translated to English, here is the link to the website  https://entry11.bk.mufg.jp/ibg/dfw/APLIN/loginib/login?_TRANID=AA000_001   The log in box is in the provided link. Enter your contract number and IB login password and login to your account. 

 Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi, Tokyo, Japan

To apply for an account

Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi, Tokyo, Japan offer that you can register an account just visit their website https://smartapp.bk.mufg.jp/openaccount/kouza/1_01  which you’ll find in Japanese with no English button to translate the page so all you have to do is click on a blank space in the site the right mouse button and choose translate to English from the menu that appears and the page will be translated to English, and click on start application for account opening and apply for an account by filling the form and submit it for approval. 

 Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi, Tokyo, Japan

MUFG Bank, Ltd. was established on January 1 2006, following the merger of the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi, Ltd. and UFJ Bank Ltd. Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, Inc. is a Japanese bank holding company headquartered in Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan.

MUFG holds assets of around US$2.459 trillion as of 2016, making it the world’s fifth largest bank by total assets and is one of the main companies of the Mitsubishi Group. It is Japan’s largest financial group and the world’s second largest bank holding company holding around US$1.8 trillion (JPY 148 trillion) in deposits as of March 2011. MUFG is the second largest public company in Japan when measured by market capitalization. The letters MUFG come from Mitsubishi and United Financial of Japan, the name of an acquired company.

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