After dipping a bit, the U.S. dollar appears to be stuck at 124 yen. At least that's according to Jiji Press through The Japan Times.
According to the article:
The dollar was trapped in a narrow range around ¥124 in Tokyo trading on Friday, due chiefly to a wait-and-see mood before a three-day holiday through Monday in Japan.
At 5 p.m., the dollar stood at ¥124.00-01, up slightly from ¥123.94-94 at the same time Thursday. The euro was at $1.0887-0888, down from $1.0898-0899, and at ¥135.01-02, down from ¥135.07-09.To read more, go here.