Abenomics: an uncertain future for most
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.