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Is Pokemon German?

Is Pokémon German?

The Pokémon franchise first reached Germany on September 1, 1999, with the first airing of Pika – Pikachu on RTL II in the German language….

Pokémon in Germany
Flag of Germany
Language German
Continent Europe
Original anime airdates

Is Pokémon famous in Germany?

Europe searches most for Psychic Pokémon Abra, but Rock/Ground-type Pokémon Golem is most popular in Albania, Austria, Germany, Slovakia and Switzerland. Pikachu and Mew are most popular in the Middle East, Central Asia, and the rest of Asia and Oceania.

Where can I watch Pokémon Indigo?

Pokémon the Series: Indigo League, an anime series starring Kathleen McInerney, Ikue Otani, and Eric Stuart is available to stream now. Watch it on Netflix, Prime Video or Apple TV on your Roku device.

What Pokemon series is after Indigo League?

List of seasons

Series and seasons of the Pokémon anime
Original series (list) Indigo League • Adventures in the Orange Islands The Johto Journeys • Johto League Champions • Master Quest
Ruby and Sapphire (list) Advanced • Advanced Challenge • Advanced Battle • Battle Frontier

Why are Pokemon names different in German?

Deino/Zweilous/Hydreigon = Kapuno/Duodino/Trikephalo While the English names were based off the German words for 1,2,3, the German names used Spanish/Latin roots.

In which country is Pokémon most popular?

In terms of country popularity, Pokemon is most popular in Japan which comes across as no surprise. It’s followed by the United States, Europe and Australia, China, and then Brazil.

Is Pokémon popular in Europe?

Europe is home to some of the biggest Pokémon fans in the world. According to Google Trends data, Norway ranks as the country with the 10th largest interest in the series. Looking at the European continent as a whole, the most popular Pokémon is the spoon-bending Psychic-type Abra.

What is Rhyperior in German?


English (English) German (Deutsch) Korean (한국어)
Rhyperior Names (Pokémon) Rhyperior Rihornior Names (Pokémon) Rihornior 거대코뿌리 Names (Pokémon) 거대코뿌리

Why do German Pokemon have different names?

Why is snorlax called Kabigon?

The origin of the Japanese name for Snorlax is a bit stranger, however. Its name is Kabigon, which plays on the word Kabi, meaning “mold.” Why? Well, apparently Snorlax is based on a real person, Koji Nishino, who worked as a designer on the game and has a slight resemblance to the character.

In which country Pokémon is most popular?

Is Pokémon big in Europe?

It has been established that Pokémon is now the number one trading card game property in Europe, with total sales exceeding €100 million (total sales for such games in Europe over 2018 were over €122 million, giving Pokémon a phenomenal 82% share of the market).

Is Pokémon is banned in India?

Though not banned, the country has taken steps to prohibit the game in certain areas.