The BOJ has started a new policy of handing out bags of cash in dark alleys in an attempt to weaken the yen.
“By using the ‘Yen Bags In Dark Alleys Policy’ we can continue to flood the economy with money and counter deflationary pressures,” said a BOJ spokesman.
The new policy will attempt to destroy the yen, which will make Japan’s economy stronger.
“This will be another string to the bow connected to the arrows of the abenomics strategy,” said one government official.
Economic experts say the new move will also encourage companies to raise wages to maintain demand for employment as the demand for waiting in dark alleys increases.