Satoshi Character In The Pokémon Anime
Satoshi (Japanese: サ ト シ), also known as Ash Ketchum in the English version, is a fictional character in Pokémon owned by Nintendo. Is the main character of the Pokémon anime and certain manga as well as in various merchandise related to the franchise.
The character's English name is derived from the Japanese name (since the letters' Ash 'are included in' Satoshi ') and his English motto, "Gotta Catch' Em All". Satoshi's dream is to become a Pokémon Master (known in Vietnamese as the World's Greatest Pokémon Master). The character is based on the Red character, the character that plays in the Generation I Pokémon Red, Green, Blue, and Yellow games as well as the Generation III games like the Pokémon Fire Red and Leaf Green versions. The first official appearance of a character in a game is in Pokémon Puzzle League.
As the protagonist of the Pokémon anime, Satoshi has appeared in all episodes of the anime, all movies, and several TV specials.
Due to the popularity, success, and age of the Pokémon anime worldwide since its debut, Satoshi has become one of the most popular and recognizable cartoon characters of all time (due to geography his taste is the main character of the Pokémon anime), although often overshadowed in representation by the nearly global franchise mascot, Pikachu. He is now considered a representative of the anime wave of the late 90s; is believed by most anime fans to popularize anime in the West, alongside works like Dragon Ball Z's Goku and Sailor Moon. The boy is also considered a major anime icon character for Japanese Pop Culture in the United States.
Satoshi's longevity and persistence have also been positively received, as they think it is never too late to achieve their dreams. Satoshi's anime costumes, especially his various hats, are also considered to be the same iconic character's, and also have a good reception, in particular, his first costume from season one. the first Pokémon movie.
Named after the character creator, Satoshi Tajiri, Satoshi, the name that can be understood as "intellect" or "reason", was designed by Ken Sugimori and Atsuko Nishida, and is intended to represent Tajiri. As a child, obsessed with catching bugs. During localization to suit the North American audience, the character's name was changed to "Ash Ketchum", the first being taken from one of the default names that the player could choose for the character. players in Pokémon Red and Blue, and they tie into the old tagline (and since Pokémon XY has been revived) for the series, "Gotta catch 'em all!"
Tajiri noted in an interview that between the Japanese and US reactions to the series, Japanese consumers focus on the character Pikachu, while the US buys many items with Satoshi and Pikachu, Pokémon together. He claims that he feels the character represents the franchise concept, the human aspect and is a necessity. The character is given to an opponent named Gary Oak (Shigeru Okido in the Japanese version, after Tajiri's idol / mentor, Nintendo legend Shigeru Miyamoto), based on Red's rival, Blue. In an interview, Tajiri noted the contrast between the relationship between the characters in the game and the anime; While in the games they are rivals, in the anime, Shigeru represents Satoshi's master. When asked whether Satoshi would equal or surpass Shigeru, Tajiri replied "No! Never!" Satoshi's character design was originally overseen by Sayuri Ichishi, replaced by Toshiya Yamada in Diamond and Pearl. Satoshi received a redesign in the Best Wishes! Section, which includes larger irises. In the movie XY, he received minor changes, such as a reduction in the size of the 'birthmark' on his cheeks. Satoshi received a major design overhaul from the Sun and Moon section, which began airing in Japan on November 17, 2016.