Abe, whose country is separated from North Korea only by the Sea of Japan, called the North Korea's nuclear and missile threat a "grave and imminent threat that we have never experienced".
"We condemn the continued posturing of North Korea with the nuclear weapons", the President added.
After firing missiles at a pace of about two or three a month since April, North Korean missile launches paused in September, after it fired a rocket that passed over Japan's northern Hokkaido island.
Duterte said that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un should realize that he would be responsible if nuclear activities in his country would cause the world's destruction.
"I can assure you that in the matter of the interest of your country and mine, we are supporting you against what North Korea is doing", Duterte told Abe.
"We need to make North Korea change their policy by enhancing the pressure applied to North Korea to the highest level by all available means, including the full implementation of the Security Council's resolutions", Abe said. "It is bad. It puts a strain on everybody, not only on Japan but all over the world", the President said.
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Trade and the menace of North Korea topped the agenda during Malcolm Turnbull's three-way chat with US President Donald Trump and Japanese leader Shinzo Abe. "The Philippines is about too far but, you know, nobody will save us from a holocaust if it happens", he said.
Trump ratcheted up pressure on North Korea even before he met Abe, saying before a crowd of U.S. and Japanese troops at the U.S. Yokota Air Base shortly after he arrived Sunday that "no one - no dictator, no regime and no nation - should underestimate, ever, American resolve".
Abe, in a meeting Chinese President Xi Jinping at an Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit in Vietnam on Saturday, hailed a "fresh start" to the relationship between Asia's two biggest economies and military powers, including cooperation on North Korea.
Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III and Japan International Cooperation Agency Chief Representative in the Philippines Susumu Ito also had an exchange of loan agreement on Cavite Industrial Area Flood Risk Management Project.
Abe is in the country to participate in 31st Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Summit, related summits, and the East Asia Summit (EAS).