Tajine is the kingdom of Queen Mororon.
Mororon and her kingdom of Tajine seem to have borrowings from some real countries. On the one hand, Mororon’s name could derive from the dish Morona kind of rice cake from Philippine cuisine. Furthermore, the syllable Moro from their name could also come from Morocco (in English Morocco), a country in northwestern Africa. This assumption is further supported when one considers that Tajine is a dish of North African cuisine. In addition, Mororon’s subjects appear to wear a Djellaba, an overlong surplice and hooded cloak worn in Northwest African countries, particularly Morocco.