>SNH doesn't have to be japanese to pertain to japanese idols or japanese music.
Sit down on that for a minute.
And if you serve them in Japan you'll be ostracized for shitting on the japanese, just like playing American mahjong will see you in a similar light.
What's up with that? Oh, right, the fact that they do not pertain to japanese culture. That they're repurposed, repackaged americanizations of japanese things, making them not japanese anymore.
>See?! that's my point. It doesn't turn it japanese just for being sing by a japanese.
Fucking SEAs. Learn to speak english before trying to speak english.
But if I'm able to discern your gibberish correctly: it doesn't make it finish culture either. Specially if it was being sung in Japanese. It's a repurpused, repackaged version of a finish song, now by a japanese person, and for the entertainment of other japanese people.
But fuck it. We've been over this so many times before. If you don't like it, go whine to Hiroshima, but don't come whining back when he tells you to go fuck yourself, because /jp/ is for japanese culture, and if you want to discuss chinese songs, even if they're covers of japanese songs, there's /mu/ for that.
I'm not trying to argue that they are japanese. The rules don't state the girl singing a cover of a japanese song must be japanese, that's something you're making up. SNH doesn't have to be japanese to pertain to japanese idols or japanese music. You admit they have ties to AKB, great. Then you admit they pertain to japanese idols which meets the requirements of this board
See previous reply. But
>You admit they have ties to AKB, great. Then you admit they pertain to japanese idols which meets the requirements of this board
No. Again, that is a fallacy of composition. You're using a tangential (see again: tangential. Touching an element in a single point without being part of it) point to bend a rule.