Winners/Losers- There is no doubt that cultural influence on Japanese film industry has resulted in westernization and in turn an association of westernization to cultural awareness in Japan. Considerable profit has been gained by the government and economic growth has revealed considerable enhancement for Japanese economy. At the individual level the winners are movie producers and directors as well as the Japanese citizens who gain from cultural impact (Shen, 2009). The losers however are the Japanese based producers and directors who have not yet been able to commercialize their Japanese culture. Cultural value has been lost. The group based winners are the Hollywood producers and directors who have accomplished economic growth related to the cultural influence in Japanese economy. The winners in the nationwide level are the Japanese citizens and Japanese culture which has not been able to spread due to westernization.
With regard to this issue several techniques can be adopted such as low cost film productions. These films can be released through social media to enhance cultural knowledge related to Japanese culture amongst globalized nations. The loser’s number is vast and the winners are mostly international people. Therefore, it becomes important to reduce the number (Toshio, 2006). This number can only be reduced by using a collaborative effort. Lessons driven from this issue lie in the fact that cultural factors are important when considered from the perspective of a nation and this globalized world, cultural awareness of each associated culture is significantly considerable. Therefore, control should not be given to international firms rather focus should be laid on inculcating domestic firms and then balancing the growth through international merger.