Polski
русский
Українська

He made a joke about Pokémon. King Charles "shone" with humor in front of the Japanese emperor

The King mentioned Pokémon in a conversation with the Emperor of Japan

During a dinner with Japanese Emperor Naruhito, King Charles ||| of Great Britain "shone" with his knowledge of Japanese culture. As it turned out, the monarch not only knows about the cult animated series Pokémon, but also encourages his grandchildren's interest in watching anime.

This conclusion can be drawn by analyzing the ruler's joke. His words were reported by Metro journalists.

During a dinner with a distinguished guest, the Briton was discussing fishing and his failures in it.

"I'm sorry to say that I've been having some bad luck with fishing lately. The phrase about Pokémon 'you have to catch them all' may appeal to my grandchildren, but for me it's probably a dream," the king said.

He made a joke about Pokémon. King Charles ''shone'' with humor in front of the Japanese emperor

The phrase "gotta catch 'em all" is a direct reference to the Pokémon theme song, where the characters promise to "catch 'em all." The king drew an analogy between fishing and hunting for fantasy creatures.

His mention of his grandchildren may indicate that they are familiar with anime and like to watch it. By the way, according to the publication, Charles also mentioned another cult cartoon in Japan - Hello Kitty.

Probably, the monarch wanted to pay tribute to Japanese culture. It should be reminded that it was only the first day of the Japanese and his wife's visit to London out of three.

Only verified information is available on our Obozrevatel Telegram channel and Viber. Don't fall for fakes!

Other News

Juicy bell peppers with a crust: what to cook with

Juicy bell peppers with a crust: what to cook with

An option for a budget appetizer
Why is amaranth useful

The benefits of amaranth and dishes worth cooking

Everyone needs to eat it
Panacotta without sugar and lactose: how to make a low-calorie dessert

Panacotta without sugar and lactose: how to make a low-calorie dessert

Dessert with the addition of agar-agar and vegetable milk