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Jap·a·nize

 (jăp′ə-nīz′)
tr. & intr.v. Jap·a·nized, Jap·a·niz·ing, Jap·a·niz·es
To make or become Japanese in form, idiom, style, or character.

Jap′a·ni·za′tion (-nĭ-zā′shən) n.

japanize

(ˈdʒæpəˌnaɪz) or

japanise

vb (tr)
to make Japanese
Translations
japoniser
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Postwar Tokyo is a contact zone between Japan and the West and it is still the space for the state-system to realize its modern ideology of "Wakon Yosai." This also means that Japan's imperial energy continues to "modernize" the space by importing the West, Japanizing it, and then, distributing the Japanized-West (J-West) to the rest of the nation (and now even to the world including the West) via Tokyo.
(1) Nakata's film is often referred to as Ringu, but this is an artificial (and misleading) "Japanizing" of the film's original title, the English word Ring (see Kalat 25).
A number of high profile cases have been key in humanizing and "Japanizing" the impact of piracy.
(1995), "The Development of the Japanese Railway Accounting System: The Japanizing Process of the British System, 1885-1950," in Tsuji, A., and Garner, P.
They are: "Development of a Philosophy of Disclosure in Accounting Institutions of Japan," by Tsunehivo Tsumari; "The Development of the Japanese Railway Accounting System: The Japanizing Process of the British System, 1885-1950" by Shigeto Sasaki; "Secret Accounting in New Zealand: P & O and the Union Steam Ship Company, 1917-1936," by Christopher J.
The cost of "Japanizing" in-house software alone can easily run upwards of $60,000 for a typical catalog operation, according to Ainlay.
Crucial to the change is that Japanese management cease "Japanizing" Western technologies and products to fit a Japanese mode.
This process of repackaging and de-Koreanizing (or Japanizing) was the key to her success in Japan and became the rule for becoming successful in Japan.