From Tsukiji fish market to rural Gifu, businesses and consumers are worried about rising prices. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's reforms have reignited investor interest in Japan and caused a spectacular rise in the stock market. But for Japanese people who do not own stocks or live and work in Tokyo, the effects are more prosaic – a future of rising prices and uncertain benefits. Ben McLannahan reports.
Filmed and produced by Tom Griggs, assisted by Mitsuko Matsutani and Nobuko Juji