Japan’s Nikkei index closed with a gain of 0.77% to reach 17, 134.37 on Monday partly helped by the lower yen against the dollar.
Sharp, Japan’s electronics giant, was troubled by shares as they went up to 8% in early trade hoping that there would be a bailout deal.
Sharp and the former Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. and now called Foxconn have been having talks.
Reports have said that the deal will not be as big as it was earlier on anticipated.
Sharp’s shares finished the Easter Monday session up almost 5%.
Shanghai Composite in China spent most of its day in a safe zone.
Over the weekend report releases showed that industrial profits started to grow in January and February, which boosted the manufacturing shares.
But when the afternoon was coming to an end, the index lost ground and fell by 0.33% to record 2,968.9.
South Korea’s benchmark Kospi index finished the session flat at 1,982.54.
Australia’s and Hong Kong’s markets will reopen on Tuesday after having closed due to the Easter holidays.