Did Japanese modernisation have an effect on Ethiopia?

On his wikipedia page, Tekle Hawariat Tekle Mariyam, “the primary author of Ethiopia’s July 1931 constitution” the article calls him a

politician and intellectual of the Japanizer school

The wikilink for Japanizer is red and is a dead link. Was this a widespread movement among Ethiopian elites? Were there those who opposed a Japanese model of development?
Being that Ethiopia was in the process of modernisation in this period, how inspired were they by the rapid development of Japan?

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