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IZUMI Vol 1, No 1 (2013)
Publisher : Program Studi Bahasa dan Kebudayaan Jepang, Fakultas Ilmu Budaya, Universitas Diponegoro

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ABSTRACT History of the relationship between Indonesia and Japan started with Japanese migration to Dutch`s East India (Indonesia) in the end of 19 century. At that time, Japanese did economic activities and made colonies not only in big cities such as Batavia (Jakarta), Medan and Surabaya but especially in Java which spread to small towns and villages. This paper will focus on the background of the Japanese migration to Java and Japanese migrants opinion about Java. The diary written by Okano Shigezo, one of the Japanese migrant at that time, used as main data sources beside the interview note with Kondo Sadaaki documented in Tokutei Kenkyuu Bunka Masatsu (Specific Research on Cultures) and stories of Japanese migrants life in Java before World War II as written in Jagatara Kanwa (Stories of Jakarta). Keywords: Japanese migrants, colony, opinion, Java, diary 
Strategi Dagang Dan Permasalahan Toko Jepang Di Hindia Belanda Sebelum Perang Dunia II Wardoyo, Stedi
IZUMI Vol 8, No 1 (2019)
Publisher : Program Studi Bahasa dan Kebudayaan Jepang, Fakultas Ilmu Budaya, Universitas Diponegoro

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(Title: Strategy Of Commerce And Issues Of Japan Shop In The Netherlands Indies Before World War II) The early of 20th century was a turning point of Japanese economic activities in Dutch East Indies, along with increasing number of Japanese population, especially in Java. In that era, Japanese trading activities that dominated by Japanese goods pitchman like textiles, drugs, soap and the other daily necessary untill suburb of Java, changed into permanent economic activities in the form of a small shop that popular among Javanese society in that era as Toko Jepang or Japanese Store.            In the end of 1910 untill early 1940s, Japanese store’s activities were growing and increasing to become an icon in the economic relation between Japan and Dutch East Indies. During that period, there was increase and decrease in Japanese store’s activities, but at the world economic crisis in 1920s, Japanese Market was able to survive, even Japanese products from Japanese Store was better than Chinese and European products. Japanese store, that popular among indigenous was known for it’s good service, cheap price and good quality products.            This research is trying to find how Japanese store can build it’s connection and the factors that supporting and obstacling Japanese store’s growth in that era. In this research, besides the diaries of Japanese immigrants such as Jagatara Kanwa and Nanyou no Seikatsu Kiroku, Japanese newspaper of Touindo Nippou was used as main sources. Content analysis was applied as a method to determine the contents in those sources which were relevant to the topic of this research. It can be concluded that the success keys of Japanese store was marketing strategies that supported by a strong trade connection, beside another factors like the success of observing people’s needs and product marketing strategy. 
Pengiriman Tenaga Perawat dan Careworker Indonesia ke Jepang dalam Kerangka Indonesia - Japan Economic Partnership Agreement (IJ-EPA) Aminah, Shobichatul; Wardoyo, Stedi; Pangastoeti, Sri
Bakti Budaya Vol 1, No 1 (2018)
Publisher : Faculty of Cultural Sciences

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Due to the shortage of professional workers in various felds, Japan began to open up a wide opportunity for the entry of foreign workers by opening various cooperation with other countries to invite the workers to their country. One of them is with Indonesia through a cooperation scheme called IJ-EPA (Indonesia - Japan Economic Partnership Agreement) which includes cooperation in the procurement of manpower feld of nursing. Delivery of nursing workers to Japan certainly has some obstacles, especially related to the complicated requirements to become a nursing sta? in Japan, the abilitym to master Japanese and Japanese culture. Terefore, a team of a community engagement of Prodi Jepang, FIB, UGM seeks to help reduce these obstacles through the Socialization of Nurse Competency Standards in the IJ-EPA Framework. Te event was held on 22 November 2017 at Bahrul Ulum Medical School (STIKES), Tambakberas, Jombang, East Java. Te materials given are information about competency standards as required in IJ-EPA, Japanese social and cultural conditions, as well as gemba nihongo or Japanese language used in the nursing profession.