The banknotes of the Japanese yen are part of the physical form of Japan's currency.
Thai Dates Once you can translate the Thai numbers, converting the date on Thai coins to the Common Era (e.g.
2013) is done by subtracting 543 from the Thai year.
20 yen notes were added in 1917, followed by 200 yen in 19 yen in 1945.
Between 19, the government issued 10, 20 and 50 sen notes. In 1944, 5 and 10 sen notes were introduced by the Bank of Japan.
Below is a chart showing the Thai numerals that represent the Western Arabic numerals 0 through 9: To translate Thai numbers, you just replace the Thai symbols with their Western Arabic equivalents (there is no calculation involved, unlike Japanese numbers).