Yes, for Japanese audiences.>>462351368
Okay, I'll give it one last try.
I already explained it here, >>462349781
just because only English voices are available doesn't mean it was written in English/the lead language was English, the director saying it's meant to be played in English doesn't mean it either. Again, I'm not saying it absolutely wasn't in this case, but you can't draw this definite conclusion from these facts, becasue as discussed earlier, English being the lead language is a very very recent thing and still very rare. It is entirely possible that the writers wrote it in Japanese, had someone translate it to English, and work from there.
English being the lead language means that it was created originally in English during the creation process, and the Japanese version is translated from it.
Again, unless someone provides definite proof, this is whole conversation is meaningless from this point on, unless you still don't understand what lead language means. And the burden of proof is just as much on you as everyone else in this case.