Yes, as Recapnation said, my hope is that people will refer to the title using Japanese.
Kingmike said that the first game to leave the title in Japanese like this in the west was Shin Megami Tensei III on the PS2, but I think Suikoden did it even earlier on the PS1. There may have been others, too, but I'm not sure. Suikoden is the earliest that I can remember off-hand. Well, you could say that the Japanese title is actually Gensou Suikoden, but the logo is exactly the same for both the English and Japanese releases, at least for the first game.
Naturally, the manual doesn't translate the name (as the Japanese manual has no section explaining what its own name means). Do the English Shin Megami Tensei game manuals even do this? Or Suikoden? In any case, since you requested it, perhaps I'll add a small explanation in the readme, along with a note that asks them to refer to the series by its Japanese name.
Oh, Pennywise, it was you who sent the scans! Sorry about that. Thanks for reminding me. I thought it was KingMike for some reason. I guess my memory had faded. I'll make sure you're credited!
As for how people might be distributing the rom, that is beyond my control, but I'll ask DDS to make sure that the name of the patch itself refers to the Japanese name of the game, not the ornamental reference to P. H. Chada's English book.
xZabuzax: Currently, we've been running the game on bsnes as well as a hacked version of SNES9X, but it can be easily adapted to Higan by making a new file. (Doug said he could do that.) I don't know if Doug will make his version of SNES9X available, or if he will leave it up to the makers of the emulator to decide whether or not to add support. He said that pretty much any emulator can add support by making the necessary changes.
By the way, I liked dejan07's speculation about the English name, had it been given an official translation. I imagine that it would have been called Kabuki Kuest (in the Kabuki Klash tradition).
Darthhelcius and chicco30, I look forward to the day when people can play the English version of Tengai Makyou Zero on real hardware, yeah.
Oh, and filler, I would prefer to call it "Ten Guy Mock, Yo!" (Ten rappers diss each other in an epic rap battle!)