I found this cap online on an American site and promptly ordered it. The words are obviously inspired by Donald Trump's infamous phrase, 'MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN', which in turn came from Ronald Reagan's campaign motto.
この、MAKE OUR WORLD GREAT AGAINシリーズには、日本だけでなくいくつかの国のバージョンがありました。ただし、気をつけなければいけないのは、このキャップを買うと同時に良くわからない宗教団体に寄付したことになること。洒落で買ったにしてはけっこうなリスクでした。
The site that sold the caps had versions with various different countries. However, one thing to take note of is that if you buy the cap, you're also (unwittingly in my case) donating to a mysterious religious organization. In hindsight, my lighthearted decision to buy the cap may have been a bit risky.
レーガン氏が活躍した1980年代は、'Japan as Number One : Lessons for America' なんて本をアメリカ人が書くほど日本経済が元気だった時代。それが、'Japan bashing'は今はもう遠い昔、'Japan passing' はおろか、'Japan nothing'とまで言われる始末。年はとりたくないものです（＞o＜)。
During the Reagan era in the 80's, Japan was experiencing an economic boom that resulted in American books like 'Japan as Number One: Lessons for America.' These days, we've moved beyond phrases like 'Japan bashing' and 'Japan passing' - today's Japan is being called 'Japan nothing.' Growing old is tough.
On another note, I've also recently uploaded some 80's Japan-US relations themed videos (Digital Kamishibai) I created to go along with the post. Rockefeller Center appears as a sign of the times (It was bought by Mistubishi Jisho during the peak of the Japanese bubble in 1989). Also, take note of the different, older Japanese 10,000 yen bill. Please enjoy the mood of 80's!