"The U.S. and U.K. are starting a normalization process while on the other hand the ECB (European Central Bank) and BOJ continue their accommodative monetary policy and that could have some exchange rate implications," he said.
Ongoing yen depreciation has raised concerns among Japan's neighbors, in particular Korea, which worries it could hurt the competitiveness of its export sector.
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Kuroda, however, downplayed the implications of a weaker yen for the rest of Asia.
"I don't think [it] creates any serious problem for the Asian economies, and at this stage as you know Asian economies, particularly East Asian economies are recovering," he said.
The precipitous decline in global oil prices will be "very beneficial for the entire Asian economy,"said Kuroda.
"Lower oil prices are good because Asia is the largest oil importer in the world - not just Japan but Korea, China, India, Pakistan even Indonesia now is a net oil importer," he said.
Brent crude oil prices have declined 22 percent since mid-June amid signs of a supply glut.
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Asked if lower oil prices would offset the need for another sales tax increase in Japan – the third largest net importer of oil after the U.S. and China – Kuroda said "no."
"The consumption tax hike is necessary to make Japan's welfare system sustainable. Lower oil prices would benefit the Japanese economy as a whole, that's true, but still I think the fiscal situation in Japan requires strenuous efforts for fiscal consolidation," he said.
Japan is scheduled to raise its consumption tax to 10 percent from 8 percent in October 2015. The tax was raised to 8 percent from 5 percent in April this year.
Financial market volatility
Discussing recent swings in financial markets, Kuroda says while volatility has increased somewhat, the level is still "quite low".
He views the recent global market selloff as a positive indication that the market is not seeing bubble-like characteristics.
Last week, world equities came under renewed pressure as worries about slowing global economic growth darkened the investment outlook.