exchange Asian exchanges have declined significantly since they opened their doors on Wednesday.
In Tokyo, the Nikkei 225 increased by 1 percent, while Topix did not lag behind in the initial trade.
Japanese stocks will be traded as a result of US stocks fueled by a sense of relief that follows Chinese customs associations, said Yoshihiro Ito, chief strategist at Okasan Online Securities.
The Japanese yen has weakened against the dollar, favoring Japanese exporting companies.
In China, the Hang Seng index in Hong Kong rose 1.7 percent at the opening of trade, despite scattered protests last night at the city's airport.
In the mainland, the constituent index of Shanghai is up 1%, while the equivalent in Shenzhen is up 1.3%.