England head coach Eddie Jones secured a 59th win in charge against former side Japan to equal Clive Woodward's record.
After a shock defeat to Argentina last time out, England responded on Saturday with a dominant 52-13 victory against Japan at Twickenham, where Guy Porter scored his first two international tries and Marcus Smith also went over twice.
The record-equalling win left Jones pleased with his side's performance, stating that his team "looked like England".
"We played more like ourselves. Last week we were too long term in our view, which was my fault and today we were focused. We left 20 points out there and played some really good rugby," he told Prime Video.
"It's about playing to our strengths. You want people to recognise an England team playing, and we need to adopt a new style. But today we looked like England. We were in white shirts which might have made a difference."
Woodward, who managed England to Rugby World Cup glory in 2003, had criticised Jones after England's loss to Argentina, writing in the Daily Mail: "It was more than a bad day at the office and I had the feeling that few really cared.
"The RFU kept playing naff music throughout the match and I spent half the afternoon standing up because people were back and forth buying beers.
"The atmosphere felt artificial and contrived and, to top it off, England's performance was so bad. Everyone was bored out of their brains."
England are back in action next Saturday against New Zealand, then conclude their Autumn Nations Series against South Africa the following week.