This paper analyses the health and well-being industries for the senior citizens in Japan, and thereby, for the future, proposes possible strategies for developing ＂silver economy＂ in Taiwan. As a case report, this article aims to introduce the health and well-being industries in Japan for Taiwanese readers, as well to describe the Japanese senior consumers' features. In addition, in this article, contemporary health and well-being industries in Taiwan and their potential advances are mentioned, too. In order to analyse this theme, I adopt document analysis and comparative study method in this article. The alternative conclusions enunciate that more specific study for understanding the needs of senior consumers and the output of health and well-being industries in Taiwan is inevitable. For developing silver economy in Taiwan, in the long-run, it is necessary to obtain practical ideas from opinion leaders in various industries through focus group method.