With early results pointing to a big win for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's ruling coalition in Sunday's Lower House election, supporters may celebrate what appears to be a clear path to policy dominance.

After vote-counting began, exit polls and media projections suggested the ruling bloc could capture more than two-thirds of the 465-seat Lower House, dashing the hopes of fledging opposition forces.

The news may leave many wondering what's in store for Japanese politics.