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    Sinnohball Hisuiball Hokkaidoball is an island and a prefectureball of Japanball. Hokkaido is a large island in northern Japan, with a vast area of farms, mountains, small towns, and cities like Sapporo and Asahikawa. Hokkaido's population is around 5.5 million people. It also can into 9000 bpm thanks to Camellia

    The climate is quite different from the rest of Japanball. It is generally milder in summer and absolute damn fridge freezing in winter. Hokkaido is crossed by a mountain range and is famous for its natural scenery, including natural forests, active volcanoes, and several lakes.

    Hokkaidoball was established in the 16th century by Japanballs who began to trade with local native Ainuballs, but it was only in the 19th century that the island was fully settled by the Japanese during the Meiji administration.

    The dialect of Japanese spoken in Hokkaido is closer to the Standard Japanese of Tokyo because most of the people here are descendants of settlers of the 19th century. Hokkaido is the largest region in Japan and there are many large farms, so the Hokkaido dialect tends to be associated with bighearted and easygoing farmers. If compared to English their dialect can be seen as the Japanese equivalent of Canadian English.


    Hokkaidoball started as a mix of 1balls and 2balls that decided to explore further offshore of the Russian Far East and Sakhalin then fused up together to form Ainuball. The Ainu lived throughout Hokkaido and the nearby Tohoku region of northern Honshu, Sakhalinball, Kurilball, and southern Kamchatkaball.

    In the 17th century, Tokugawaball created Matsumaeball in Ainuball's southern clay. Matsumaeball started invading Ainuball. Ainuballs lost their clay, language, and identity during Japanese colonization.

    In the 19th century, Empire of Japanball anschlussed Matsumaeball, then named it Hokkaidoball.

    In 2007, Pokémon Diamond and Pearl were released

    How to draw

    Drawing Hokkaidoball isn't difficult:

    1. Color the basic circle shape of this color
    2. Draw a red seven-pointed star with a white border
    3. Draw the slant-eyes and you've finished.



    • Japanball - My parent. Centuries back, it invaded me and subjugated the Ainuballs, though we're on good terms today. NO WE'RE NOT, THE AINU WILL RISE AGAIN!!11
    • Aomoriball - A prefecture sibling. It's close to me and his dialect of Japanese influenced mine. Although don't influence it too much, you guys sound kinda funny.
    • Americaball - My parent's best friend. It saved me from being occupied by the Soviets after WWII, so I guess we're on good terms. Hopefully, it doesn't load my island with military bases.


    • South Koreaball - It has a lot of disputes with my parent, but they're both US allies and they can be friendly to each other from time to time.
    • Sakhalinball - We share similar Ainu people and culture, and there have been cultural and economic exchanges between both of us in the recent decades, but HOPPO RYODO IS OF JAPAN! We are both part of Sinnoh in Pokémon!


    • Russiaball - Unfriendly neighbor. Some Ainuballs live in Russia, though they lack state recognition. Also, me and Russia dispute the Northern Territories. Though there is some Russian text in Wakkanai and Nemuro traffic signs [1], and my parent included a part of yuo as Battle Zone in Sinnoh in Pokémon.

    Flag colors

    Color Name RGB CMYK HEX
    Martinique 47, 48, 78 C040-M038-Y000-K069 #2F304E
    White 255, 255, 255 C000-M000-Y000-K000 #FFFFFF
    Persian Red 209, 58, 67 C000-M072-Y068-K018 #D13A43



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