Doraemon

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Doraemon
ドラえもん
GenreComedy,[1] science fiction[2]
Manga
Written byFujiko Fujio
Kazuya Tsurumaki
Published byShogakukan
English publisher
DemographicChildren
ImprintTentōmushi Comics
MagazineCoroCoro Comic
and other Shogakukan children's magazines
Original runJanuary 1970
(first full story published)
June 23, 1996
Volumes45 (List of volumes)
Manga
Doraemon Plus
Written byFujiko Fujio
Kazuya Tsurumaki
Published byShogakukan
DemographicChildren
ImprintTentōmushi Comics
MagazineCoroCoro Comic
and other Shogakukan children's magazines
Original runApril 25, 2005December 6, 2014
Volumes6 (List of volumes)
Anime television series
Related manga
Other media

Doraemon (ドラえもん) is a Japanese manga and anime series and franchise. It was written and illustrated by Fujiko Fujio and Kazuya Tsurumaki. It was started in a children’s magazine in 1969. Doraemon is the name of a robot cat that came from the future to help a boy named Nobita Nobi. Doraemon is about the life of Nobita Nobi. In a typical story Doramon uses a gadget to solve a problem for Nobita, but Nobita goes too far and ends up being punished and learning a lesson.

Doraemon was turned into an anime television show in 1979. It still is being shown on television. As of 1996, about 100 million comic books have been sold. A Japanese-to-English version of the original called Doraemon: Gadget Cat from the Future was published from 2002. A local translation is published in each Asian country such as Hong Kong, Taiwan, Korea and Vietnam. It is in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Australia, but it is not as popular as it is in Asia. Doraemon is endorsed by 7-11 in Thailand as a mascot.

Characters[change | change source]

Main[change | change source]

  • Doraemon: A cat-like robot of the 22nd century. Doraemon came to the present age to help Nobita. Doraemon has a four-dimensional pocket which holds a lot of gadgets. He loves Japanese traditional sweet Dorayaki (also called Bean Jam Buns) and suffers from musophobia (fear of mice).
  • Nobita Nobi: He is a fourth grader. He is lazy and always gets in trouble, and never does his homework.
  • Shizuka Minamoto: She is a classmate of Nobita. She is a smart and kind girl and always helps everyone. She is the best friend of Nobita and his future's wife.
  • Takeshi Gouda (Gian): He is a classmate of Nobita. He is very strong and always bullies Nobita. He is selfish and mean, and he sometimes looks after his mother's shop for grocery items.
  • Suneo Honekawa: He is a classmate of Nobita. He is also selfish and mean, and his family is rich.

Recurring[change | change source]

  • Hidetoshi Dekisugi: His name in Japanese which means "over talented". He is a very smart and intelligent boy who always do his homework on time. Nobita often asks Doraemon for gadgets to copy Dekisugi's homework. Nobita gets angry when he see Shizuka along with Dekisugi.
  • Sewashi: He is Nobita's great great grandson who lives in the future. He is born in 2115.
  • Dorami: She is Doraemon's sister. Her body colour is yellow. She is very kind and helps Nobita and her brother, Doraemon. She lives with Sewashi in the future.
  • Jaiko Gouda: Gian's sister. She is exactly opposite to Gian. In the original timeline, without Doraemon, Nobita would have married her and become a bankrupt.

Apart from these, there are many characters like Nobita's mother, Nobita's father, Sensei, Mr. Kaminari (Mr. Rumbleton in US), etc.

Characters and Cast[change | change source]

Doraemon (April-September 1973)[change | change source]

* Doraemon (voiced by Kōsei Tomita, from episode 1A to 13B)
* Doraemon (voiced by Masako Nozawa, from Episode 14A to 26B)
* Shizuka Minamoto (voiced by Masako Ebisu)
* Shizuka Minamoto (voiced by Michiko Nomura)
* Tamako Nobi (voiced by Endon Mahmood)
* Tamako Nobi (voiced by Noriko Ohara)
* Nobisuke Nobi (voiced by Ichirō Murakoshi)
* Nobisuke Nobi (voiced by Masayuki Katō)
* Mrs. Honekawa (voiced by John Stocker)
* Mrs. Honekawa (voiced by Kazue Takahashi)
* Mr. Honekawa (voiced by Sanji Hase)
* Mr. Honekawa (voiced by Osamu Katō)
* Sewashi Nobi (voiced by Keiko Yamamoto)
* Sewashi Nobi (voiced by Sumiko Shirakawa)
* Sewashi Nobi (voiced by Sachiko Chijimatsu)
* Sewashi Nobi (voiced by Hiroko Maruyama)
* Sensei (Teacher) (voiced by Osamu Katō)
* Sensei (Teacher) (voiced by Masashi Amenomori)
* Gachako (voiced by Junko Hori
* Gachako (voiced by John Stocker)
* Botako (voiced by Kōsei Tomita)
* Botako (voiced by Masako Nozawa)
* Mr. Koike (voiced by Kaneta Kimotsuki)
* Mr. Koike (voiced by Sukekiyo Kameyama)
* Pregnant Mii-chan (voiced by Keiko Yokozawa)
* Pregnant Mii-chan (voiced by Arlene Golonka)

Doraemon (April 1979-March 2005)[change | change source]

Japanese cast
* Doraemon (voiced by Ichirō Nagai, stand-in for Ōyama)
* Nobita Nobi (voiced by Hiroko Maruyama, stand-in for Ohara)
* Suneo Honekawa (voiced by Shun Yashiro)
* Suneo Honekawa (voiced by Sukekiyo Kameyama)
* Suneo Honekawa (voiced by Yū Mizushima)
* Suneo Honekawa (voiced by Issei Futamata)
* Suneo Honekawa (voiced by Takumi Yamazaki)
* Suneo Honekawa (voiced by Nobuyuki Hiyama)
* Suneo Honekawa (voiced by Isaac Marshall)
 * Suneo Honekawa (voiced by Naoki Tatsuta, stand-in for Kimotsuki)
* Takeshi "Gian" Goda (voiced by Kaneta Kimotsuki)
* Takeshi "Gian" Goda (voiced by Koreyoshi Kurahara)
* Takeshi "Gian" Goda (voiced by Tōru Furuya)
* Takeshi "Gian" Goda (voiced by Naoki Tatsuta)
* Takeshi "Gian" Goda (voiced by Keiji Fujiwara)
* Takeshi "Gian" Goda (voiced by Shingo Katori)
* Takeshi "Gian" Goda (voiced by Nobuyuki Hiyama)
 * Takeshi "Gian" Goda (voiced by Yū Mizushima, stand-in for Tatekabe)
* Shizuka Minamoto (voiced by Keiko Yokozawa, stand-in for Nomura)
* Dorami (voiced by Yumiko Kobayashi)
* Nobisuke Nobi (voiced by Masayuki Katō)
* Hidetoshi Dekisugi (voiced by Yoshiko Ōta)
* Teacher (voiced by Walker Boone)
 * Sensei (voiced by Ritsuo Sawa)
  * Teacher (voiced by Ritsuo Sawa)
 * Sensei (voiced by Osamu Katō)
  * Teacher (voiced by Osamu Katō)
 * Sensei (voiced by Kazuhiko Inoue)
  * Teacher (voiced by Kazuhiko Inoue)
 * Sensei (voiced by Ryōichi Tanaka)
  * Teacher (voiced by Ryōichi Tanaka)
* Sewashi Nobi (voiced by Kazuyo Aoki)
* Mrs. Minamoto (voiced by Keiko Yokozawa)
* Shizuka's Papa (voiced by Stephen Chow)
 * Yoshio Minamoto (voiced by Masayuki Katō)
 * Yoshio Minamoto (voiced by Masaru Ikeda)
 * Yoshio Minamoto (voiced by Akira Kume)
  * Shizuka's Papa (voiced by Masayuki Katō)
  * Shizuka's Papa (voiced by Masaru Ikeda)
  * Shizuka's Papa (voiced by Akira Kume)
* Mrs. Honekawa (voiced by Yoshino Ohtori)
* Jaiko Goda (voiced by Kazuyo Aoki)
 * Jaiko (voiced by Yoshiko Ōta)
  * Jaiko (voiced by Kazuyo Aoki)
* Mrs. Yamakawa (voiced by Junko Hori)
* Mr. Yamakawa (voiced by Tomoji Tanabe)
* Godzilla (performed by Keiji Fujiwara, from June 1996)
* Godzilla (performed by Fumio Kuniyoshi, from September 2004)
  • Pregnant Scary Cat (performed by Frank Welker, from May 1995)
  • Chinese Vampire (performed by Tony Rosato, from April 1992)
* Chinese Vampire (performed by Koreyoshi Kurahara, from July 2000)
* Chinese Vampire (performed by Motoki Takagi, from October 2004)
  • Additional Characters (voiced by All Actors)
English cast (CINAR)
Singaporean English cast (Voiceovers Unlimited)
  • Doraemon (voiced by Hossan Leong)
  • Nobita Nobi (voiced by Denise Tan DJ)
  • Shizuka Minamoto (voiced by Denise Tan DJ)
  • Suneo Honekawa (voiced by Hossan Leong)
  • Takeshi "Gian" Goda (voiced by Gerald Chew)
  • Nobita's mother (voiced by Denise Tan DJ)
  • Nobita's father (voiced by Gerald Chew)
  • Additional Characters (voiced by All Actors)
* Additional Characters (voiced by Hossan Leong)
* Additional Characters (voiced by Denise Tan DJ)
* Additional Characters (voiced by Gerald Chew)
UK English Fan-cast
  • Doraemon (voiced by Patryk Kornatowski)
* Doraemon (voiced by Noah)
  • Nobita Nobi (voiced by Patryk Kornatowski)
* Nobita Nobi (voiced by British Actress)
  • Shizuka Minamoto (voiced by Patryk Kornatowski)
* Shizuka Minamoto (voiced by British Actress)
  • Takeshi "Gian" Goda (voiced by Patryk Kornatowski)
* Takeshi "Gian" Goda (voiced by Anas Abdul Aziz)
  • Suneo Honekawa (voiced by Patryk Kornatowski)
* Suneo Honekawa (voiced by Puteri Balqis)
  • Additional Characters (voiced by All Actors)

Doraemon: Stand by Me, the Movie 2004[change | change source]

* Doraemon (voiced by Shingo Katori)
* Nobita Nobi (portrayed by Yuri Chinen)
 * Adult Nobita Nobi (portrayed by Satoshi Tsumabuki)
* Adult Shizuka Minamoto (portrayed by Yumi Kakazu)
* Adult Takeshi "Gian" Goda (portrayed by Fumio Kuniyoshi)
* Adult Suneo Honekawa (portrayed by Tomokazu Seki)
* Hidetoshi Dekisugi (portrayed by Subaru Kimura)
* Hidetoshi Dekisugi (portrayed by Haruma Miura)
 * Adult Hidetoshi Dekisugi (portrayed by Haruma Miura)
* Sewashi Nobi (portrayed by Subaru Kimura)
* Sewashi Nobi (portrayed by Haruma Miura)
  • Tamako Nobi (portrayed by Minami Takayama)
  • Nobisuke Nobi (portrayed by Kazuya Tsurumaki)
  • Additional Characters (voiced by All Actors)
  • Additional Characters (portrayed by All Actors)

Doraemon (April 2005-present)[change | change source]

Japanese cast
* Doraemon (voiced by Tomokazu Seki, stand-in for Mizuta)
* Doraemon (voiced by Muhammad Fathi Diaz, stand-in for Mizuta; in The Day Doraemon is Reborn & Doraemon's Long Day)
* Doraemon (voiced by Fuku Suzuki, stand-in for Mizuta; in Stand by Me Doraemon 1)
* Doraemon (voiced by Iain Armitage, stand-in for Mizuta; in Stand by Me Doraemon 2)
* Doraemon (voiced by Suleman octuplets, stand-in for Mizuta; in Stand by Me Doraemon 2)
* Nobita Nobi (voiced by Mari Maruta, stand-in for Ōhara; April-October 2005 & October 2005-April 2007)
* Nobita Nobi (voiced by Yoshiko Kamei, stand-in for Ōhara; April-October 2005 & October 2005-April 2007)
* Nobita Nobi (voiced by Xu Jiao, stand-in for Ōhara; April-October 2005 & October 2005-April 2007)
* Nobita Nobi (voiced by Yuri Chinen, stand-in for Ōhara; April-October 2005 & October 2005-April 2007)
* Nobita Nobi (voiced by Tomomi Tenjinbayashi, stand-in for Ōhara; October 2005-April 2007 & May 2007-present)
* Nobita Nobi (voiced by Haruka Tomatsu, stand-in for Ōhara; October 2005-April 2007 & May 2007-present)
* Nobita Nobi (voiced by Ryōka Minamide, stand-in for Ōhara; in Stand by Me Doraemon 1)
* Nobita Nobi (voiced by Japanese Child Actor, stand-in for Ōhara; August 2014)
* Nobita Nobi (voiced by Japanese Actress, stand-in for Ōhara; August-September 2014)
* Nobita Nobi (voiced by Abby Ryder Fortson, stand-in for Ōhara; in Stand by Me Doraemon 2)
* Shizuka Minamoto (voiced by Dong Jie, in Stand by Me Doraemon 1)
* Takeshi "Gian" Goda (voiced by Fumio Kuniyoshi, in 2012 Movie)
* Takeshi "Gian" Goda (voiced by Fergus Craig, in 2012 Movie)
* Suneo Honekawa (voiced by Muhammad Fathi Diaz, in 2012 Movie)
* Suneo Honekawa (voiced by Caety Sagoian, in 2012 Movie)
* Dorami (voiced by Ryō Hirohashi)
* Dorami (voiced by Yumiko Kobayashi)
* Tamako Nobi (voiced by Miki Narahashi, stand-in for Mitsuishi; April 2005-April 2007)
* Tamako Nobi (voiced by Minami Takayama, stand-in for Mitsuishi; April 2005-April 2007 & May 2007-present)
* Nobisuke Nobi (voiced by Stephen Chow, stand-in for Matsumoto; April 2005-April 2007)
* Nobisuke Nobi (voiced by Satoshi Tsumabuki, stand-in for Matsumoto; April 2005-April 2007 & May 2007-present)
 * Young Nobisuke Nobi (voiced by Yumiko Kobayashi)
 * Young Nobisuke Nobi (voiced by Masako Nozawa, in 2012 Movie)
 * Young Nobisuke Nobi (voiced by Nobuyuki Hiyama, in 2012 Movie)
* Hidetoshi Dekisugi (voiced by Fujiko Takimoto)
* Hidetoshi Dekisugi (voiced by Mari Maruta, stand-in for Hagino; May 2005-March 2006)
* Hidetoshi Dekisugi (voiced by Yoshiko Kamei, stand-in for Hagino; May 2005-March 2006)
* Teacher (voiced by Wataru Takagi)
 * Sensei (voiced by Subaru Kimura)
  * Teacher (voiced by Subaru Kimura)
* Kaminari (voiced by Katsuhisa Hōki)
 * Mr. Kaminari (voiced by Subaru Kimura)
  * Kaminari (voiced by Subaru Kimura)
* Sewashi Nobi (voiced by Shihoko Hagino)
* Shizuka's Papa (voiced by Aruno Tahara)
 * Yoshio Minamoto (voiced by Mahito Ohba)
  * Shizuka's Papa (voiced by Mahito Ohba)
 * Yoshio Minamoto (voiced by Stephen Chow, from July 2005 & Stand by Me Doraemon 1)
  * Shizuka's Papa (voiced by Stephen Chow, from July 2005 & Stand by Me Doraemon 1)
 * Yoshio Minamoto (voiced by Nizam Razak, in Stand by Me Doraemon 1)
  * Shizuka's Papa (voiced by Nizam Razak, in Stand by Me Doraemon 1)
 * Yoshio Minamoto (voiced by Anas Abdul Aziz, in Stand by Me Doraemon 1)
  * Shizuka's Papa (voiced by Anas Abdul Aziz, in Stand by Me Doraemon 1)
* Mrs. Honekawa (non-speaking by Yumiko Kobayashi, Only in All the Way From the Country of the Future)
* Mrs. Honekawa (voiced by Wataru Takagi, Crying in Stand by Me Doraemon 1)
* Mr. Honekawa (voiced by Stephen Chow, from June 2005-April 2012)
* Mr. Honekawa (voiced by Haruma Miura, from June 2005-April 2012)
* Mr. Honekawa (voiced by Anas Abdul Aziz, from June 2005-April 2012)
* Mr. Honekawa (voiced by Nizam Razak, from June 2005-April 2012)
* Mr. Honekawa (voiced by Huang Lei, from August 2014-July 2015)
* Mr. Honekawa (voiced by Yū Mizushima, in Stand by Me Doraemon 1)
* Mr. Honekawa (non-speaking by Yumiko Kobayashi, Only in 2017 Movie)
* Mr. Honekawa (voiced by Jackie Chan, Crying in Doradora Ponpoko Major Investigation)
* Sunetsugu Honekawa (voiced by Wasabi Mizuta, in All the Way From the Country of the Future and Stand by Me Doraemon 1)
* Sunetsugu Honekawa (voiced by Yū Mizushima, from June-July 2007)
* Sunetsugu Honekawa (voiced by Nur Fathiah Diaz, from August 2007-May 2009)
* Sunetsugu Honekawa (voiced by Muhammad Fathi Diaz, from August 2007-May 2009)
* Sunetsugu Honekawa (voiced by Fuku Suzuki, in Stand by Me Doraemon 1)
* Sunetsugu Honekawa (voiced by Tomokazu Seki, from July 2015)
* Sunekichi Honekawa (voiced by Kazuya Tsurumaki, in Stand by Me Doraemon 1)
* Sunekichi Honekawa (voiced by Mitsuaki Madono, in Stand by Me Doraemon 1)
* Sunekichi Honekawa (voiced by Ben Bocquelet, in Doraemon's Long Day, Debut of a New Song! Gian, The Great?, Tanuki Maker, & Doradora Ponpoko Major Investigation)
* Sunekichi Honekawa (voiced by Toru Asakawa, Screaming in Tanuki Maker & Doradora Ponpoko Major Investigation)
* Mrs. Goda (voiced by Toru Asakawa, from April 2005-July 2007)
* Mrs. Goda (voiced by Anas Abdul Aziz, in Stand by Me Doraemon 1)
* Mrs. Goda (voiced by Ryutaro Nonomura, in Stand by Me Doraemon 1)
* Sasuke Goda (voiced by David Teo)
* Jaiko (voiced by Vanilla Yamazaki)
 * Jaiko Goda (voiced by Dolores Rogers, in Debut of a New Song! Gian, The Great?)
  * Jaiko (voiced by Dolores Rogers, in Debut of a New Song! Gian, The Great?)
* Young Nobirou Nobi (voiced by Japanese Actress)
* Tamao Kataoka (voiced by Satoshi Tsumabuki, stand-in for Sakurai)
* Goro Nobi (voiced by Justin Fletcher)
* Moteo Mote (voiced by Kazuki Ogawa)
* Moteo Mote (voiced by Nobuyuki Hiyama)
* Moteo Mote (voiced by Shin'ichiro Miki)
* Homeless Guy (voiced by Yū Mizushima)
* Homeless Guy (voiced by Kazuki Ogawa)
* Homeless Guy (voiced by Mitsuaki Madono)
* Homeless Guy (voiced by Toshiyuki Morikawa)
* Kazuya Tsurumaki (voiced by Toshiyuki Morikawa)
* Chinese Vampire (preformed by Frank Welker, from May 2008)
* Jason Voorhees (preformed by Frank Welker, from August 2007)
  • Pregnant Dragon (preformed by Frank Welker, from September 2010)
* Pregnant Dragon (preformed by Kazumi Totaka, from May 2008)
* Godzilla (preformed by Motoki Takagi, from October 2008)
  • Pawaemon (voiced by Mitsuaki Madono, in The Day Doraemon is Reborn, Battle! Cat-Model Robots vs. Dog-Model Robots, & Move Fast, Doraemon! The Galactic Grandprix)
* Pawaemon (voiced by Akira Kubodera, in The Day Doraemon is Reborn, Battle! Cat-Model Robots vs. Dog-Model Robots, & Move Fast, Doraemon! The Galactic Grandprix)
* Pawaemon (voiced by Haruma Miura, in The Day Doraemon is Reborn, Battle! Cat-Model Robots vs. Dog-Model Robots, & Move Fast, Doraemon! The Galactic Grandprix)
* Nobisuke (voiced by Megumi Ōhara)
* Nobisuke (voiced by Shihoko Hagino)
* Adult Nobita Nobi (voiced by Toru Asakawa)
* Adult Nobita Nobi (voiced by Fumio Kuniyoshi)
* Adult Nobita Nobi (voiced by Damien Laquet)
* Adult Nobita Nobi (voiced by Justin Fletcher)
* Adult Nobita Nobi (voiced by Subaru Kimura)
* Adult Nobita Nobi (voiced by Satoshi Tsumabuki)
* Nobita's grandmother (voiced by Wasabi Mizuta)
* Nobita's grandmother (voiced by Vanilla Yamazaki)
* Nobiru Nobi (voiced by Kazuya Tsurumaki)
* Nobiru Nobi (voiced by Fumio Kuniyoshi)
* Robot Nobita Nobi (voiced by Subaru Kimura, in Move Fast, Doraemon! The Galactic Grandprix)
* Robot Nobita Nobi (voiced by Tomomi Tenjinbayashi, stand-in for Ōhara; in Move Fast, Doraemon! The Galactic Grandprix)
* Robot Nobita Nobi (voiced by Haruka Tomatsu, stand-in for Ōhara; in Move Fast, Doraemon! The Galactic Grandprix)
  • Additional Characters (voiced by Amir Izwan)
  • Additional Characters (voiced by Kee Yong Pin)
  • Additional Characters (voiced by Satoshi Tsumabuki)
  • Additional Characters (voiced by Kazuya Tsurumaki)
  • Additional Characters (voiced by Kenji Asakawa)
  • Additional Characters (voiced by Jackie Chan)
  • Additional Characters (voiced by Shi Banyu)
  • Additional Characters (voiced by Lei Huang)
  • Additional Characters (voiced by Fung Min Hang)
  • Additional Characters (voiced by Lance Wingnut)
  • Additional Characters (voiced by Anas Mohd Mahmood)
  • Additional Characters (voiced by Toshiyuki Morikawa)
  • Additional Characters (voiced by Walker Boone)
  • Additional Characters (voiced by Tony Rosato)
  • Additional Characters (voiced by Ryōka Minamide)
  • Additional Characters (voiced by Danang Pradana)
  • Additional Characters (voiced by Harris Alif)
  • Additional Characters (voiced by Ismail Izzani)
  • Additional Characters (voiced by Muhammad Fujiwara)
  • Additional Characters (voiced by Damien Laquet)
  • Additional Characters (voiced by Jeffrey Rath)
  • Additional Characters (voiced by Lance Chow)
  • Additional Characters (voiced by Matt Chow)
  • Additional Characters (voiced by Peter Chan)
  • Additional Characters (voiced by Johnnie To)
  • Additional Characters (voiced by Wai Ka-Fai)
  • Additional Characters (voiced by Joe Ma)
  • Additional Characters (voiced by Ichirōta Miyakawa)
  • Additional Characters (voiced by David Teo)
  • Additional Characters (voiced by Toru Asakawa)
  • Additional Characters (voiced by Yang Jeong Hwa)
  • Additional Characters (voiced by Sin Yong-woo)
  • Additional Characters (voiced by Anas Abdul Aziz)
  • Additional Characters (voiced by Nizam Razak)
  • Additional Characters (voiced by All Actors)
US English cast (2014-2015)
*Doraemon (voiced by Leonard Nimoy)
*Doraemon (voiced by Justin Long)
*Nobita Nobi (voiced by Jesse McCartney)
*Takeshi "Gian" Goda (voiced by Justin Long)
*Suneo Honekawa (voiced by Matthew Gray Gubler)
*Dorami (voiced by Colleen Villard)
*Mr. Honekawa (voiced by Joe J. Thomas)
UK English cast (2015-2016)
*Nobita Nobi (voiced by Anthony Field)
*Jaiko Goda (voiced by Heather Pennington)
*Tamako Nobi (voiced by Catherine Fu)
*Takeshi "Gian" Goda (voiced by Frank Welker)
*Takeshi "Gian" Goda (voiced by Justin Fletcher)
*Suneo Honekawa (voiced by Muhammad Fathi Diaz)
*Suneo Honekawa (voiced by Haruma Miura)
*Sewashi Nobi (voiced by Anthony Field)
Singaporean English cast (2016-February 2017, February 2018-present)
  • Doraemon (voiced by Alex Wong Wai Pang)
*Doraemon (voiced by Wong Wai Kay)
  • Nobita Nobi (voiced by Marina Tan)
*Nobita Nobi (voiced by Ryan Lee Bhaskaran)
  • Shizuka Minamoto (voiced by Fairuz Arfa Ariff Syah)
*Shizuka Minamoto (voiced by Denise Camillia Tan)
  • Takeshi "Gian" Goda (voiced by Ryan Lee Bhaskaran)
*Takeshi "Gian" Goda (voiced by Muhammad Fathi Diaz)
*Takeshi "Gian" Goda (voiced by Wong Wai Kay)
*Suneo Honekawa (voiced by Alex Wong Wai Pang)
*Suneo Honekawa (voiced by Muhammad Abdurrahman Solahuddin)
  • Jaiko Goda (voiced by Chan Su Ling)
  • Hidetoshi Dekisugi (voiced by Wong Wai Kay)
*Hidetoshi Dekisugi (voiced by Nur Fathiah Diaz)
*Moteo Mote (voiced by Wong Wai Kay)
  • Additional Characters (voiced by All Actors)
YouTube English cast (March 2017-present)
*Shizuka Minamoto (voiced by Nikki Whitaker)
*Takeshi "Gian" Goda (voiced by Lance Thirtyacre)
*Takeshi "Gian" Goda (voiced by Chris Netherton)
*Suneo Honekawa (voiced by Lovell Stanton)
*Suneo Honekawa (voiced by Chris Netherton)

Worldwide date[change | change source]

  • December 15, 1969 (Japan)
  • June 24, 1970 (UK)
  • November 23, 1970 (USA)
  • April 10, 1971 (Australia)
  • July 13, 1971 (Canada)
  • September 5, 1971 (New Zealand)
  • August 27, 1971 (Ireland)
  • May 31, 1971 (Brazil)
  • October 18, 1971 (Iceland)
  • December 15, 1971 (France)
  • November 15, 1972 (Spain)
  • September 14, 1973 (Germany)

References[change | change source]

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