→The world of Pokemon is based on Japanese culture.
:::::::Look, this is silly. You were the same one stressing months ago that Unova had the "motif" of New York City rather than being "based on" New York City. Now you're arguing the opposite, that the culture of the Pokémon World is "based on" Japanese culture rather than simply including elements of Japanese culture. Yes, the original games are Japanese, and probably drew from the experience the developers had in their own culture. But they're not averse to drawing from other cultures; indeed, the Pokémon world seems to be as varied culturally as our own (besides currency, which is kept the same in all games for consistency's sake). --[[User:AndyPKMN|Andy<sup>P</sup><sub>K</sub><sup>M</sup><sub>N</sub>]] [[User talk:AndyPKMN|(talk)]] 22:01, 13 April 2011 (UTC)
::::::::I do not say that
I am based on Japan. I wanted to object that the culture of Japan was little.
::::::::Sawamular101「In Unova, diversity is a theme. However, the developer keeps persistently putting the element of Japan.」
::::::::This is my remark. If the symbol of another country is arranged,
. that brought the culture of another country.
::::::::If "Currency" and "Name of person" and "name of region and City/Town" is consistent, it may be called a culture.