USD/JPY's fall resumes after brief recovery and reaches as low as 95.72 in early US session. Intraday bias remains on the downside as long as 96.78 minor resistance holds. Further decline could still be seen but after all, as mentioned before, we're treating fall from 98.87 as the fifth leg of triangle consolidation that started at 99.67, downside should be contained by 94.44/95.32 support zone to conclude the consolidation. On the upside, above 96.78 will flip intraday bias back to the upside and a retest of 98.87 resistance should be seen in such case.

In the bigger picture, recent developments indicate that price actions from 99.67 are merely consolidation in the larger up trend from 97.12, probably in form of a triangle, with 98.87 as the last leg. Hence, break of 98.87 resistance will be the first signal that whole rally from 87.12 is resuming. Break of 101.43 resistance will pave the way to further rise to 110.65. On the downside, however, break of 87.12 support will dampen this view and argue that whole rise from 87.12 might have completed already instead.