Japan's Nikkei stock average slipped 1.1 percent on Monday, with tech shares such as Kyocera Corp weighing on a market made vulnerable by Wall Street losses despite a raft of reassuring U.S. economic data.

Panasonic Corp was untraded and overwhelmed with sell orders after it reported a record quarterly loss, battered by weak demand, price falls and restructuring costs, and forecast a bigger-than-expected loss this year.

The benchmark Nikkei shed 101.86 points to 9,163.16, while the broader Topix lost 1.1 percent to 872.17.

(Reporting by Elaine Lies)