He’s a small, blue robot cat from the future who’s been the inspiration for an animated TV series, served as Japan’s cartoon cultural ambassador and is beloved around the world.
Now, the iconic Doraemon has his own museum on the outskirts of Tokyo — though he shares the space with his creator, Fujiko F. Fujio.
The museum collection features 50,000 items, many of which are original drawings, as well as a desk and other things used by Fujio until his death in 1996. The museum building also includes a small theater and coffeeshop.
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