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An online tour of Bank of Japan

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Bank of Japan has videos giving a tour of the central bank building and its underground vault: Welcome to “BOJ from Home.” Here, you can explore the tour route of the Bank of Japan’s Head Office (designated as an Important Cultural Property) through various online contents, including a video showing the must-sees on the tours and a 3-D/virtual reality (VR) tour of the Main Building. In the VR tour and “360-Degree Walk-Through” of the Bank’s Main Building, the interior of the building can be viewed in 3-D on any PC or mobile device. You can also enjoy an immersive virtual reality experience using VR goggles or glasses This entry was posted on May 28, 2021 at 7:07 pm and is filed under Central Banks / Monetary Policy. You can

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Bank of Japan has videos giving a tour of the central bank building and its underground vault:

Welcome to “BOJ from Home.” Here, you can explore the tour route of the Bank of Japan’s Head Office (designated as an Important Cultural Property) through various online contents, including a video showing the must-sees on the tours and a 3-D/virtual reality (VR) tour of the Main Building.

In the VR tour and “360-Degree Walk-Through” of the Bank’s Main Building, the interior of the building can be viewed in 3-D on any PC or mobile device.

You can also enjoy an immersive virtual reality experience using VR goggles or glasses

Amol Agrawal
I am currently pursuing my PhD in economics. I have work-ex of nearly 10 years with most of those years spent figuring economic research in Mumbai’s financial sector.

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