(1) Types of domestic mail
Standard postcards are 63 yen, and standard envelopes (9 to 12 cm wide x 14 to 23.5 cm long and less than 1 mm thick) are 84 yen up to 25 g and 94 yen up to 50 g.
For other standards, see the Japan Post website.
(2) International mail
If you send a post card from Japan to overseas, it costs 70 yen no matter where you send it to anywhere in the world. When sending letters and luggage, there are methods such as airmail, sea mail, SAL (economic airmail), and EMS (International Express Mail). Shipping methods and prices vary depending on the type of package, shipping destination, and the number of days required for delivery. For more information, please see the Japan Post homepage.
(3) International remittance
There are two types of overseas remittance methods at post offices: gRemittance to addressh and gRemittance to account/transfer between accountsh. gRemittance to addressh is to send foreign exchange documents to foreign addresses. gRemittance to account/Remittance between accountsh is to transfer money to a foreign payeefs transfer account or bank account.