These names are not talked about much in the press.  The Japanese industrial stocks are  flying under the radar.

https://asia.nikkei.com/Features/Cover-story/Is-Japan-s-stock-market-rally-for-real


The central bank has been buying trillions of yen worth of these securities, which track the Nikkei or Topix index, and plans to spend 6 trillion yen ($52.9 billion) annually. Since the program began in 2010, it has purchased over 16 trillion yen of ETFs. These purchases have made the BOJ a large shareholder of index constituents such as Fast Retailing, the company that owns Uniqlo, and electronics components company TDK.