Japan's large manufacturers see exchange rate stability as the biggest factor they want out of the central bank's monetary policy, a Bank of Japan survey showed on Monday.

Roughly 70% of firms polled said they experienced drawbacks from the BOJ's 25-year-long monetary easing measures, including a weak yen that pushed up import costs, the survey showed.

About 90% of the total also benefited from the BOJ's prolonged easing, such as low borrowing costs, the poll showed.