One of Japan's greatest public policy questions is whether Information and Communications Technology (ICTs) can be used as a policy tool in three social structures: The information society, global society, and super-aging society. This issue has become a challenge not only in Japan but in all countries. What is the role of ICT in the super aging society? Innovation has been brought to all aging peoples' lives by positive use of ICT. Moreover, ICT will be an engine for economic growth and innovation to support aging society. This paper focuses on ICT applications for aging society by utilizing the case study of Japan. This paper also includes e-democracy, the emerging role of ICT for empowerment of people, and strategy and initiative for innovation in Aging society. Moreover, the paper discusses the role that social media can play role in the aging society. This paper analyzes the power of social media as well as e-government and mobile applications. As a case study, it introduces a social survey on the relationship between aging people and usability of ICT in Japan. Finally we will propose several recommendations on actions for digital inclusion.