No. I'd quote it for you except the game is at home and I am at college.
LA:DX British box
"A portable epic! Link, the hero of the N64 classic, the Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of time, has been stranded on the mysterious island of Koholint, far away from his homeland of Hyrule."
Boxes are essentially adverts to sell the game. In the case of European editions of a game I doubt whether the original Japanese box is translated, the text is probably written by a European marketing division.
In Japan the boxes are still essentially marketing tools. Do the games designers take part in the design of the boxes? I do not know, but would assume that they do not.