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with fewer then 16 Japanese animated/cartoon characters.
After I discovered San Fransokyo in a movie earlier of last May, I have started to want to do this of that I recently found the Japanese anniversary to the States of pages of this year so I think it's time they are doing that special anniversary of Japanese Americans and showing all the cartoon characters of Japanese descent characters from most of these shows and here they are who they are that I like to show them all for special Japanese American anniversary, though I don't know when there would be one for Japanese Canadians.
Like the US is home to the largest Polish population outside of Poland as well as the US is home to the largest Japanese population outside of Japan so I always think Anglo America/North America of Canada/United States where every immigration move there and learn English, before or after moving to the largest English countries of the world in real life, but these are pictures of Japanese character cartoons only in this submission.
An unamed Japanese women in a Japanese resturant from Hawaii only appear once in this Disney American cartoon, but unlike Yuki she wore a kimono that was accurate enough, her white under kimono under her less light pink kimono, a yellow obi, wears geta with clogs that she is the only Japanese cartoon character to have that as you'll see the rest didn't have clogs under their geta, just the boy, but I'd like to add Yuki if she wore a kimono, but she's never seen in the resturant with the Japanese Hawaiian like her wears a kimono, I don't know why she's carrying one crutch there, but she wears a kanzashi of a Japanese hair accessory.
An unknown named Japanese girl from an old 80s American cartoon show The Little Clown of Happytown, so I couldn't find this episode of this show and I never watched it, before, so I found out the episodes were not upladed to youtube or anywhere so I think she's a minor character and an episode saying Clown Exchange is the one I believe if that's the pun on Student Exchange, she maybe live in Japan, but specially in an American cartoon show, I don't know if she has an accent or not, her kimono looks a bit like a half robe half kimono quite a little accurate, but wears a hair elastic that I never seen girls wear kimono wear ponytail hair elastics, seems only on kanzashi, so I have not seen in any cartoons, she kind of resembled to me like a hindi girl for wearing a thick ponytail hair elastc oddly, but looking ta her geta and tabi socks shows that she is really Japanese.
I was mistaken, I just read the description of it I did not notice was mention of her name and it said he name is Keiko and she's from Japan, I knew it could of been an exhange student episode, but I still never watched the episode, I was wondering if her voice was kind of like Atsuko's.
Atsuko is also from an 80s American cartoon show, but also said it's Canadian called Inspector Gadget so she's from an episode The Japanese Connection, she lives in Japan with an accent, but specially in an American cartoon, she wears an accurate looking kimono.
Ikiko is a little child Japanese girl minor character from a 90s American or Canadian/Japanese cartoon show called Cybersix and she is from Yashimoto, Private Eye, even though she has an American accent, but takes place in a fictional city Meridiana, it said it's somewhere in south America, maybe Guyana I think as Guyana is a small English country in south America, but she is specially still in an American cartoon, she as well wears an accurate drawn kimono.
You know Kuki and Mushi the sisters of Japanese Americans living in America actually, already of Kids Next Door was always the cartoon of American, sadly, we never seen them wear kimonos.
A comic on Veronica in Japan, but I found it and I never read it, but has an odd kimono on mixed in American style like an inaccurate kimono, not so Japanese accurately, but I know she's not Japanese as she was meeting a Japanese family in that cover.
The unamed Japanese geisha from the Veronica in Japan comic.
The comic characters of Little Lulu who mixed up Ohio(State) and ohayou(good morning in Japanese like when Big Bird in Japan he thought ohayou is Ohio in an 80s TV special) and Lucy Van(I think she may love kimonos) meeting the 10 year old Japanese comic stripped characters Keika and Chikara Lulu mentions, but I do wish they are American characters in an American comic and I hate to say or I don't wanna mention it where it's from, but they have some little changes I done to make it look realistic and more childish, I'd say they are from the Guyanese comic strip I wish, either way, but anyways they have the US and Japan flags carried by Keika or on top of them if it were made by a cartoonist who made Little Lulu or Peanuts, but they both died, before the 2000s.
The characters are from a comic where it was inspired from Little Lulu and Peanuts mix together, to say I wish it was the Guyanese cartoonist, though the Japan flag(s) is not carried with (a) Guyana flag(s), she has an accurate kimono too, but the boy is the only cartoon character to wear a hakama, there isn't commonly any male Japanese characters wear that in cartoons.
Dang, Keika is an a vowel ending to the o vowel Keiko, my gosh similar rhyme names, kind of like twin girl names.
Keika just resembles of Hinata from Naruto I use to be into it as I was not much inexperiance watching the show so I like Hinata and found out about Keika I discovered many months ago, she originally have lips so I edited it out, cus I find it off looking so it's more realistic and childish enough so about that her hair was just like her's for resembling of Hinata, though I can't figure it out where her face reminded me from if maybe from one of the old 80s shows of little girl's I discovered a long time ago, I thought it was Rainbow Brite that I have never watched on TV, but turns out not what it exactly remind me of so I can't figure it out still so I think it sort of like a Totally Spies cartoon little girl face.
Massaru like Chikara and Keika from a Guyanese American-like comic, Massaru sits in a pink background on a makura wearing a yellow hakama like Chikara wearing a greyish blue hakama.
You know Kimi and Kimiko, but you must realize their names are similar, Kimi the one without a "ko" and Kimiko is with the "ko" at the end, that's interesting so yeah, Kimi is Japanese American like Kuki and Mushi and Kimiko she is actually not in the US, but has an American accent.
The unamed Japanese women from an American cartoon episode called Something Fishy Around Here also wears an odd inaccurate kimono that looks like between a western dress and a kimono mixed together looking like a robe more, again, the unknown named Japanese women I thought resembles of Betty Boop almost that she has wore a kimono, but now I see she resembles like Granny.
Now that I mentioned Betty Boop, I just left Veronica there meeting the Japanese family and now I don't know how I thought I'd never add Betty Boop in her kimono, well, she did not meet the Japanese family or friend(s), just only the crowd of Japanese that we don't get to see their faces.
Yeah, Ami and Yumi too, the anime-like cartoon characters in a American cartoon.
Another unamed Japanese women wearing an accurate looking kimono then Veronica's seen at the end of G.I. Joe A Real American Hero animation 80s show in the episode called Cobra Quake serving food, already left the kotatsu, but also there was a Japanese women named Taeko so she wears a karate or judo outfit all the time which sadly she didn't wear the kimono unlike the unamed Japanese women in this animation.
That is all I collected, I have thought I'd add Yoko from Timothy Goes to School, but she is actually a humanoid cat rather then a human and she never seen worn a kimono I think.
I did not add Samurai Jack and Julie Yamamoto, because I despise that they had an ending relationship of Julie or a tragedy of Jack's lover which made me lost interests in Jack and have not discover Julie on TV at all that I never had interests in her at all to add her like Jack not in collection, just Jack, because I thought Jack had someone(girlfriend/fiance), already in the past I was thinking, I didn't know he would fall in love with a girl from the future growing up raised by the villain Aku so I did not know Jack was always single all that time, before meeting Ashi, like dang I don't really see if there are Chinese characters in American cartoons had that too, but Jake Long sort of almost of a half Chinese descent losing Rose forever in a tragedy, but came back from not being kidnapped as a baby, dang it's like it happened only on Japanese set cartoon characters and not drama on Chinese set cartoon characters I never seen any couple of times if had broken relationships or lost a lover, even Kimi's parents are not together and her sister is not full so I just felt like no information revealed as minor characters it feels like, but I'm glad Kuki and Mushi's parents are not!
Oh, I forgot to add a little Japanese girl Starfire met in the Teen Titans movie, nah, it's fine, because it is also not my thing that Starfire kissed a boy, before Robin which Robin has freaked out.
I didn't add many male Japanese characters, because I prefer the female characters, because I love the Japanese garment or it's, because there is no male characters wear hakamas barely seen in cartoons unlike the comic one, but I liked that Atsuko and Ikiko's parents are unseen just fine and the unnamed Japanese girl(now I, already noticed to find her name Keiko) from the show I never watched on TV nor never found the episodes as I don't know if her parents appeared or not, there are only a couple pictures of her only on the net.
There has never shown any female Japanese character(s) in a movie that takes place in San Fransokyo when I mention only I discovered, but that girl I mistook for her to be Japanese and she's not.
Japanese characters from American or North American cartoons at the anniversary, celebrate this year's(2018) anniversary of Japanese immigration to the US, since the 1880s from Hawaii to the West Coast!
So yeah, I collected some Japanese characters we all seen in original English language cartoons that nobody has not done yet.