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One hundred yen coin

One hundred yenWhite copperMoney
One hundred yen coin
MaterialWhite copper
gradecopper 75%
nickel 25%
直径22.6 mm
DesignCherry blossom(surface)
Issue start1967(42)
One hundred yenSilver coin
Hundred yen silver coin
gradeSilver 60%
Copper 30%
zinc 10%
直径22.6 mm
DesignEar of rice(surface)
weight(Back side)
Issue start1959(34)
Issuance end1966(41)
One hundred yen silver coin
Hundred yen silver coin (phoenix)
grade60% silver
Copper 30%
Zinc 10%
直径22.6 mm
・Sakura (back side)
Issue start1957(32)
Issuance end1958(33)

One hundred yen coinWhat is (Hyakuenkou)?Japanese GovernmentIssuedcurrency.Hundred yen coinAlso called (Hyakuenda). Face value 100Yen OfcoinIs. Unlike coins of the Meiji eralawThere is no front and back, butMintThen for convenienceName of an eraThe side marked with is the "back".

Hundred yen copper coin

The currently issued XNUMX-yen coin. On the surfaceJapan"And "hundred yen" andCherry BlossomsHowever, the manufacturing year is designed as "100" on the back side. There are 103 serrations on the side. The character "100" is the currentFifty yen coinA design similar to "50" is used.In addition, Japanese coins (including those that were once issued), excluding commemorative coins, are one of two types of coins with the year of manufacture stamped in Arabic numerals (the other is).Fifty yen coin).

Issuing this coinvending machineIs cited as a factor that spread rapidly in the 40s[1].

The yearly issues with a particularly small number of issues are the 13 issue (802 pieces) and the 4 issue (14 pieces). Unused coins of these years have a face value of old coin dealers. Traded at a price that exceeds. The 1066 name is not manufactured.

With coins currently in circulation in Japan,Five hundred yen coinIt is extremely rare for small coins other than other coins to be forged or altered compared to 2008-yen coins, but in 20 (Heisei XNUMX), a case of forgery of XNUMX-yen coins was reported. There is[2].

自販機などでよく使われることと、昭和40年代に製造されたものなど、製造年が古いものが長年流通してきた結果、ギザの損傷が激しくなった硬貨を新品に切り替えるという目的もあって、2012年(平成24年)以降では、日本の6種類の通常硬貨のうち年間製造枚数が最も多い硬貨となっている。ただし、平成から令和への元号の変わり目の年となった2019年(平成31年/令和元年)の百円硬貨は、2019年全体の年間製造枚数で見るとやはり年間製造枚数が6種類の中で最も多いが、2019年(平成31年/令和元年)の百円硬貨を平成31年銘と令和元年銘とに分けてみると、平成31年銘の3億0200万6千枚に対し、7月から製造開始された令和元年銘は5861万4千枚と、未使用硬貨にプレミアがつくほどではないが、令和元年銘の方が少なくなっており、令和元年銘としては、製造枚数が最も多い硬貨の種類はTen yen coinIt became.

One hundred yen silver coin

Post-war1957On the surface as the first 32-yen coin in XNUMXPhoenix, Hundred yen with Asahi design on the backSilver coinWas issued.For coins, the highest denomination at that time (the highest denomination)billWas issued in the same year5,000 yen bill). Two years later1959In (34), the design was changed while maintaining the quantity and dignity.Ear of riceWas changed to. In addition, at this timeFifty yen coinThe design was changed, and both designs were open to the public.The production period is from 34 to 1959, but the 41 inscription is not manufactured.

1964The Tokyo Olympics were held in (39), and the design of the 100-yen silver coin was partially changed accordingly.Commemorative currencyWas manufactured and issued in the frame of 39 million coins, which is a regular 1964-yen coin manufacturing plan for 8000 (Showa XNUMX).[3][Note 1].. The commemorative currency has a design with a torch and Olympics on the front side, and the back side has a slightly thicker "100" typeface.In normal currency, the horizontal lines to the left and right of that number are not included in the commemorative currency. It is designed to have the characters "1964" added. The year notation is a mixture of kanji and numbers, such as "Showa 39", which is a character that is standardized in kanji in ordinary currency, such as "Showa XNUMX".

Originally planned to manufacture 10 million pieces in 8 years, but ownedSilverIn addition to the shortage, the global demand for silver in the electronics industry and the photographic industry at that time was increasing.America 1965From (Showa 40)50 cent coinThe amount of silver in25 cent coin,10 cent coinIn the midst of the global departure from silver coins, such as switching to cupronickel-clad copper, Japan will follow suit and switch to cupronickel coins from 1967 (Showa 42).[4], Inaho Design's XNUMX-yen silver coin became Japan's last silver coin for general circulation. In the era when XNUMX-yen silver coins were issued,Itagaki RetirementPortrait ofOne hundred yen billIt was distributed in parallel with (B hundred yen bill), but this banknoteBank of JapanThe payment was suspended after the issuance of the XNUMX-yen white copper coin.1974It was (49).

The grade of these two types of 2-yen coins is .100. The silver market price as of 600 (2021rd year of Reiwa) is 3GThe price is around 90 to 100 yen.Assuming 100 yen, the price of silver included in a 100-yen coin is 4.8 x 0.6 x 288 = XNUMX yen, which exceeds the face value.


  • 1957(Showa 32): A XNUMX-yen silver coin is issued.
  • 1959(34): The design of the XNUMX-yen silver coin is changed from phoenix to Inaho.
  • 1967(Showa 42): The current XNUMX-yen coin is issued.

Number of issued sheets

"Independent Administrative Agency Mint Bureau Data on money "Number of coins manufactured by year"


注 釈

  1. ^ In 39, the regular 38-yen coin was manufactured in 39 (January 1)


  1. ^ "2 National Life White Paper Part II Technology and Life Chapter 1 Section 2 (10)". Cabinet Office. Economic Planning Agency. 2019/2/13Browse.
  2. ^ About counterfeit 100 yen white copper coins
  3. ^ Koichiro Ishihara "Encyclopedia of Japanese Money Collection" Origin Company, 2003
  4. ^ Reiji Aoyama "New Edition Monetary Note: History of Japanese Coins and Collection Guide" Bonanza, 1982

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