Right, I just said kanji bucause it is the most commonly used Japanese text, but you're right. I wish I could speak Japanese. Anyway, Wonderbolts Headquarters. Looks awesome. Do pegasi get to join?
note: Kanji is actually chinese words, with the same strokes and nearly the same meaning. The only writing that was actually "invented" by the Japanese was katakana and hiragana, and even those were originally just chinese hanzi written sloppily. As for "most commonly used", the reason for that would be that hiragana is only used for endings or for spelling out words; for instance when saying "tabemasu", to eat, "tabe" is kanji, the chinese character, and "masu" is hiragana, the ending that makes it dictionary form. Katakana is generally used to show foreign names, words, and pronunciations, such as when referring to "terebi", television, or "radio" and "karee", curry.
/east asian language nerdiness
anyhow, I'm liking the progress! I wonder how much of the place will be explorable, and how much detail there will be.