I'm trying to write a story taking place in a very mild fantasy world, and it has different cultures that vaguely echo the ones Earth has (so definitely not complete equivalents). Problem is, I've been stuck on a question about character names that's been bugging me for a while: Is it odd to use distinctly foreign names after establishing that it's not taking place on Earth? I can't immediately recall any story with similar settings where this occurs, so I couldn't help wondering. But for the sake of getting the point across, let's say that events are primarily taking place in Fictional Country A. Miss Thompson, born and raised in FCA, has a friend who moved there from Fictional Country B. The friend's surname is Suzuki. Does it seem off? Not so much? I can further clarify the question if necessary, but opinions on this would be greatly appreciated.