OK, you gave me the figures for the percentage of total covid-related deaths in Japan a) by age group and b) of people who are not in clinically-vulnerable categories.
Japan is doing loads better than the UK as a non-lockdown country. Hoe can you explained that? Also, even then the data being presented is not talking about the percentages of those people occupying hospital beds have the listed conditions?
Also, the advice of 'self-isolate for 5-14 days if sick, get treatment if symptoms don't improve' could be the WORST advice to give to clinically-vulnerable people. Look at the difference between Boris Johnson and Donald Trump and their experience of covid. Boris got it really badly, Donald got it mildly, despite being older. Why? Boris decided to self-isolate and 'wait for symptoms to get better' whilst Donald got treatment IMMEDIATELY he was diagnosed.
Anyway, on this topic, we know who the clinically-vulnerable are, we know what segments of the population are likely to be living with (multi-generation households, people living with clinically-vulnerable). It's entirely possible to a) prevent transmission via targetted measures https://gbdeclaration.org/frequently-asked-questions/
(scroll down to 'protecting the old and high-risk groups) and b) prevent those people getting severely sick by advising them to get medical attention IMMEDIATELY.
Japan hasn't destroyed people's freedoms, it's doing far better than most of Europe in terms of outcomes. Why the media in Europe doesn't report beggars belief.