Today the Japanese society is facing one of the important issues is the birth rate declining. It is difficult to solve and the one with biggest influence. The birth rate is a major factor that affects the economic security and growth of Japan, and the building that supports their social protection. In this problem a commentary based on the brief analysis of how this phenomenon is viewed in Japan is represented and in what vision of it are troublesome for the people of Japan is viewed. With the effects yet to be illuminated wholly there are no magic resolutions to the issues of birthrate. An objective analysis of available countermeasures is offered. The editor represents the perspective of America on likely qualities and trends of the society of Japan that may support the Japan to match with this challenge. It is a new suggestion that features are closely observed by several Japanese as backward such as wealthy family ties and the capability for seniors to continue working may in fact be the powers of the society of Japan. Takashi Oshio hopes that these articles will support to motivate the understanding of the Japan’s declining birth rate issue and provides insights when assuming other countries of Asia will face common challenges in the upcoming generation.