Toyota has posted a sharp fall in annual net income despite a rise in total vehicle sales.
Net income fell nearly 25% to 1.8828 trillion yen ($17bn; £13bn) in the year to March 31, the firm said in a statement.
Toyota said the drop was due to investment losses, and that earnings in the previous year had been boosted by US tax reform.
Vehicle sales rose by 12,401 units to 8,976,795 units compared to the previous fiscal year.
Japan's largest automaker forecasts profit will rise to 2.55 trillion yen for the year to March 2020, just below estimates for 2.61 trillion yen forecast by analysts polled by Refinitiv.