Eikyu Tsuho

Everlasting Coins

Specializing in Japanese Cast and Struck Coinage

Eikyu Tsuho - Japanese coins for sale, including Kanei Tsuho cast coins, bar coinage, and struck copper and silver Meiji era coins from 1 Rin to 1000 Yen

About Me

I run an online coin business called Eikyu Tsuho (pronounced a-q-soo-ho), located in Issaquah, Washington, to buy and sell Japanese cast and struck coinage. I also blog to inform people about the fascinating world of Japanese coins. See my blog at blog.eikyutsuho.tk or by clicking on the Blog link in the navigation bar, and see the section below on how to browse our inventory. Lots are also sold weekly on my eBay page, www.ebay.com/usr/eikyu_tsuho.

Recent Additions & Blog Posts

Some lots and coins have just been listed in the 1 Mon & 4 Mon section! Also, some 1 shu have been listed.

Check out our latest blog post on how to tell apart old and new 1 mon here.

All pages now have "breadcrumbs" at the top to facilitate navigation.

For example:

Home > Coins for Sale > Japan > Meiji to Reiwa > 1 Rin

would mean you are on the "1 Rin" page. You can click on any of the links between the ">" to navigate the site quickly.

Books and Useful References

I have added a page on recommended books and articles. See www.eikyutsuho.tk/books

How to Browse Our Coins for Sale

See our Japanese Coins for Sale page here or by clicking on the Coins for Sale link in the navigation bar for a list of links. Each link is a different denomination, and the links are organized by country and then increasing denomination. Each one of these links points to a separate page on which our coin listings are organized by date. Note: some of the coins have reflections on their edges which may look like rim nicks even though they do not have them; if the coin does have rim nicks, I will note it in the notes section.

All coins are problem free (in the case of cast coins, this means no holes, cracks, large bends, etc.; for struck coins this means not cleaned, no rim nicks, etc.) unless stated otherwise in the Notes section.

Our prices are negotiable; the larger the amount of coins you would like to order, the more of a discount we can offer; see the How to Order Coins section for details on how to make offers.

Note: I am currently adding coins, so please check back often.

So far, I have added all coins (from the Meiji-Reiwa period) up to the 10 Sen, although the 10 sen have not yet been priced.

How to Order Coins

After you have decided which coins you would like to purchase, you will need to submit a request via our Order form. To do this, click on this link to the Order page, or click on the Order link in the navigation bar. Next, fill out the form as instructed, typing the Inventory Numbers of each of the items you want. If you want to make an offer on any of the coins/lots, just put your offer price after the inventory number, and we will review it and get back to you. Finally, select a shipping option and press Submit. We will then email you a Paypal invoice and answer any questions as soon as we can.


See my eBay page here for more reviews.


See shipping information here: www.eikyutsuho.tk/shipping

See our payment and returns policies here: www.eikyutsuho.tk/payments-and-returns