In order to promote electronic technology and improve business efficiency, Mizuho Bank of Japan announced that from January 2021, all customers under the age of 70 who want to apply for paper passbook will have to pay 1100 yen (about RMB 72 yuan) when opening an account, which is the first time among large Japanese banks. According to Japan’s Yomiuri Shimbun on the 21st, Mizuho bank said that in principle, only electronic passbooks will be provided, and paper passbooks will be issued only when users apply. The corresponding fees will not only be charged at the first time, but also for each additional processing. But given that customers over 70 don’t use computers and smartphones much, banks will continue to provide them with free paper passbooks. At the same time, Mizuho bank will start to provide electronic passbook service, users can use mobile phones and computers to do business. Mizuho bank is one of the largest banks in Japan and has a large number of users. Its new rules on Passbook triggered heated discussion on the Internet on the 21st. One netizen said, “the bank should be able to save a lot of manpower and material resources, hoping to provide better service in the future”; another netizen questioned that “if the account holder dies, and the family members who do not have the passbook do not know, deposit” Don’t the money go to the bank. “.