Super Dimension Fortress Macross: This has been hinted at least once, as the onbu Naruto took care of in a filler liked these. The blue-eyed surfing Pikachu in the episode "The Pi-Kahuna" is called Puka, which obviously sounds like "Pika" but is also the name of a type of shell popularly used in Hawaiian jewelry.
His real name is Mark, which is an rough anagram of the Japanese 'akuma', also meaning devil. Try to guess what they do. Ichigo's last name, Otohime, translates to "Sound Princess". It's named after the town of Shakujii, the real-life location of Studio Nue.
When shown in Japanese order of surname first the male lead's name, "Oone Shouta", becomes a play on "onesho", the Japanese term for bedwetting. And the Ginyu Force's names are all based on dairy products.
In Dragon Balla ton of the characters' names have puns or odd naming schemes. Note, though, that in Japanese his name is "Andersen". As you can see, Japan loves this trope. Almost every character in the series has a punny name, often relating to either music or major arcana Tarot cards.
There's another pun in there — a 'naruto' is a type of rice cake found in the main character's Trademark Favorite Foodramen. The name of the characters' high school, Hanatsumi, means "flower picking".
The protagonist's given name is Go. Even more obvious is the main character's name, Usagi Tsukino. Nearly all of the patch in the English versions were puns on various metals or alloys. Robby and Ninjoy from the Video Papa Louie Arcade series of video games are some of the more obvious examples.
Shame he didn't have a middle name of Holyghost, mind.
Omutsu Joshi has a pun in every name, all of them linked to the series premise of characters in diapers or having accidents. The blue-eyed surfing Pikachu in the episode "The Pi-Kahuna" is called Puka, which obviously sounds like "Pika" but is also the name of a type of shell popularly used in Hawaiian jewelry.
Also, the Gratuitous English is — goes without saying — a totally Justified Trope in this series given that Unova is based on North America rather than Japan. Cream was a band headed by Eric Clapton in the '60s, making it Theme Naming as well.
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