- Jul 12, 2011
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Oh, okay. I was bringing up Pokemon and One-Piece as a comparison because despite having different source materials, they are anime broadcasted on television (or other media) which can reach out to a large group of audiences. You mention that both are targeting kids as the main audience, but acknowledge the difference in the age range. That was my point. It's easy to notice that compared to other "children's" shows like One-Piece, Pokemon's target age group is noticably younger.I'm apparently not being clear here. That isn't what I'm implying. I'm not quite sure how you got that impression when I said that One Piece and Pokemon are two different kind of series. I am saying that they are both seen as kid shows in Japan, but that does not mean that they both have the same exact age range for their target audience.
What age group are you thinking of when you hear "preschool" anyway? Is there like a set age group? Assuming elementary school first grade starts with generally seven-year-olds, one year of kindergarten would be six, so pre-K (or "preschool") would be around five. Idk other than that though.