Japanese Bernona ATM
For students receiving scholarships, the use of ATM http://188.8.131.52 (automated teller machine) is very vital because scholarship funds are usually provided through banks and can be taken over through this ATM. The main difference between ATMs in Japan and in Indonesia is certainly the use of language.
to be able to use an ATM.
For us to use ATMs in Japan, we have to memorize some posts that are stuck like "penny" (read Seng) or "man" (read mang). "cents" means thousand and "Man" means ten thousand. so if you will take the money and then push the 5 button and the note that reads "cents" then the one that will come out is 5,000 yen.
but if you press the kanji incorrectly that says "man" then the money that will come out of the machine will be 50,000 yen.
in Tokyo there are several types of ATM machines. there are those who can take and deposit all at once and some can only take it.
some can issue coins to small pieces and some only want to issue paper money of at least 1000 yen.
to know him and use it well, again we must recognize the kanji letters that are used.
I once deposited money into one of the machines. after the money I entered it turned out the card did not come out again that is to say, the machine has swallowed my money and my card. I'm confused, understand in the land of people.
fortunately next to the machine there is a telephone available, which if raised means calling the employee of the bank concerned. indeed, a beautiful lady, a bank employee, arrived who had no English at all. in the word "gado-gado" finally the lady understood my problem, she then "dissected" the machine and handed me back my ATM card.
After the card is entered, usually on the ATM screen will be written "please Wait", or "please Wait" or other words of the like. in Japan, the ATM monitor screen will show a picture of a Japanese lady who can't bow repeatedly to us, apologize and ask us to wait because the card being processed by an ATM is like this is more interesting to look at, of course, and there's no harm in imitating similar tools in our country .