Since the central bank announced its stimulus plan in April, the yen has fallen 27% against the dollar and helped Japanese manufacturers compete against international rivals.
A falling currency lowers the price of a country's exports, making them more attractive to international buyers by undercutting competitors. The strategy should boost Japan's flagship brands and give them a reason to raise wages.
Results so far have been mixed. Wages have not gone up by much, and promised structural reforms have been difficult to implement.
Abe's government has proposed measures that would make the labor market more flexible, encourage immigration, bring nuclear power plants back online and draw more Japanese women into the workforce.