After the intense activity of 2013, this year has seen a return to the old routines in Japan: strong bonds, weak stocks and a currency going nowhere. Foreign investors have been turning tail, with total outflows from the equity market topping $14bn so far this year. The FT's Ben McLannahan looks at what prime minister Shinzo Abe and central bank governor Haruhiko Kuroda can do to reignite interest.
Filmed by Ben McLannahan, edited by Tom Griggs. Additional footage by Reuters