The Bank of Japan's two-day "Halloween meeting" - it starts on October 31 - is unlikely to produce any market scares.
The BOJ had announced in September that it would make "yield curve controls" the linchpin of a new policy framework and move away from continuously expanding the monetary base.
And BOJ Governor Haruhiko Kuroda told parliament last week that there was no urgency for further easing, although the central bank might have to extend its inflation target deadline, Reuters reported.
"The focus of the discussion is likely to be the effectiveness of the policy tool and its implementation strategy. Fortunately, the ongoing depreciation of the yen will allow the BOJ to stay on hold," said Kohei Iwahara, Japan economist at Natixis, in a Friday note.
Iwahara said, however, that the central bank was expected to revise its inflation target outlook from FY17 to FY18 as core Consumer Price index was still soft..