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Direct from the guys at nintendo:
Nintendo DSi & Nintendo DSi XL - Settings - Language
You will be asked which language (English, French, Spanish) to use during the first time setup of the system, but the language setting can also be done through the system settings. How to change the language:
On the Nintendo DSi Menu, use the stylus to select the Settings ("wrench") icon.
Select the right arrow thee times to go to page 4, then select "Language."
Select from the options options on the screen:
Select OK (the bottom-right button) to confirm and return to the System Settings.
No unless they have it already as a language that you can play it as. Other than that, if the game is not programmed with English already in, then the best thing you can do is get a dictionary or someone who can read japanese.
The games are made for different region formats, so what works in Japan doesn't always translate (hardware-wise) that it will in the North America.