Cultural Reinvention: How Japan Reinvented the American Culture

Cultural Reinvention

Culture reinvention, what is this all about? This is defined as the creative and unique ability of brilliant minds to build another culture based on positive affirmation and support. Basically, it lies on the fundamentals within the bounds of a given organization. In the case of reinventing the culture of a business entity, you must begin to modify your style and attitude in general. As far as its global context is concerned, let us apply the said term to Japan’s own version of cultural reinvention that has transformed their superpower nation into an Economic Tiger that is being admired by her counterparts.


Cultural Reinvention – Japan Reinventing American Culture

Ayon sa mga tanyag na iskolar sa buong bansa, ang Amerika ang may pinakamatibay na moog ng cultural reinvention. Ito ay sumasaklaw sa representative at literal levels. Sa pag-aaral naman ng isang historian na nag-ngangalang Virginia Jenkins, ang tinatawag na muling pag-iimbento ng kultura ay isang magandang landscape ng isang cultural creation. Isa sa pinakamagandang halimbawa nito ay ang Japanese-inspired Garden ng Amerika. This is in the same way dubbed as the most beautiful reinvention of nature. Descriptively, the Japanese Tea Garden in the world famous San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park has amazing scenic wonders, balmy climate and best of all, the place’s progressive industries.
Sa makabagong panahon, ang kultura ng Amerika ay nakarating na sa Japan sa pamamagitan ng kanilang mga fast food chains, pop culture offering (Hollywood etc.), at chain stores across the territorial bounds of this very admirable country in Asia. Ang Japan, bilang sentro ng komersyo ay nagsisikap na mapataas ang kalidad ng kanilang mga cocktails, cuisine and the so-called couture of foreign culture – the American style. Japan also features French chefs already and culinary experts who fell in love with the American culture without reservations. Hence, the inner perspectives of the Japanese have been greatly influenced by the Americans. Similarly, Japanese homes have proudly engendered the American concepts with all honesty. Even traditional arts have a touch of American roots and prestige.
Despite these conscious cultural replications of the Japanese, they still remain to stand on their own and make these adaptations unique as much as possible. At the end of the day, Japan will never forget their natural culture because originality spells out the dynamics of innovation that never runs of principles and styles through the years.

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