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- The person who moved it says that's how it was in D/P's credits. Here's a YouTube video (see 4m20s). On the other hand, another video (18m30s) for the X/Y credits shows his name as "Tsunekazu" (and so do videos for HGSS and B2W2, though I've not double-checked it in any of my own games). Despite what the user claimed, the spelling in D/P really could have been a typo. Even if not, the user's own logic would seem to indicate that "Tsunekazu" would now be the "official" spelling.
- It's also worth considering that an interview (in English) on the Japanese Pokemon Company site writes his name as "Tsunekazu Ishihara", instead of "Tsunekaz".
- Otherwise, my limited investigation showed no obvious alternative source for "Tsunekaz". Tiddlywinks (talk) 23:27, 15 February 2014 (UTC)