Remittance

PNB Tokyo is happy to assist you in your remittance needs worldwide!

Through PNB's Overseas Bills Payment System (OBPS) you can pay for yours and your family’s essential recurring bills like SSS contribution, Pag-ibig, Real-estate down-payment amortization, tuition fees, among others, even if you're so far away. With OBPS, you have ASSURANCE and PEACE OF MIND that these important bills are paid on-time always.

View List of OBPS Billers

How to Pay your Bills with OBPS

Walk-In

Go to any PNB Tokyo or PNB Nagoya sub-branch to pay. Indicate the name of the biller transaction is to be made and pay for it. A remittance transaction receipt will be issued for each successful payment.

Bank Transfer (Mizuho Bank)

Credit PNB's account in Mizuho Bank then fax or call PNB Tokyo or PNB Nagoya for the details of your payments. A one-time registration with PNB Tokyo or PNB Nagoya to be a PNB Remittance Member must be accomplished. To register, fill-out PNB's Remittance Membership form, attach a valid ID and send these documents to PNB Tokyo or PNB Nagoya. Once enrolled, credit money including transaction fee to PNB Tokyo or PNB Nagoya's regular account and then fax or call for details of payment.

PNB Tokyo Branch
Bank Name Mizuho Bank - Kamiyacho Branch
Account Number 2467369
Name of Account Philippine National Bank Tokyo Branch
Type of Account Ordinary (Futsu)
PNB Nagoya Sub-branch
Bank Name Mizuho Bank - Nagoya Chuo Branch
Account Number 8062876
Name of Account Philippine National Bank Nagoya Sub-branch
Type of Account Ordinary (Futsu)

Genkin Kakitome Remittance (Post Office)

Send money through registered money envelope from Japan Post Office to pay for your bills through OBPS with enclosed instructions of payment details and a valid ID to PNB Tokyo and PNB Nagoya.

For more details on Genkin Kakitome Remittance, click here.