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Why do Japanese people love Doraemon so much?

 
Most Japanese know Doraemon and the content of this movie. The popularity of Doraemon in Japan has gone through decades and until now, that popularity has been increasingly consolidated and deepened in Japan's culture. So the question is, why do Japanese people spend so much for Doraemon?
 
In the land of the rising sun, as usual, every March every year will have a set of Doraemon Movie was released. Back in 2017, in March, Doramon's 37th movie titled Doraemon: Nobita no Nankyoku Kachi-Kochi Daiboiken (or Doraemon: Great Adventure in the Antarctic Kachi Kochi) was released and quickly became an impressive film.
 
Most Japanese know Doraemon and the content of this movie. The popularity of Doraemon in Japan has gone through decades and until now, that popularity has been increasingly consolidated and deepened in Japan's culture. So the question is, why do Japanese people spend so much for Doraemon? Today I want to give you more information about this lovely cat and will answer the question why the Japanese love "Doraemon" like that!
 
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The origin of Doraemon
 
Doraemon is a "roly-poly" character, this cute appearance is the reason why Doraemon is so popular with fans. Doraemon's character design was inspired by "A Cat" and an "Okiagari-koboshi" (Japanese traditional dolls for children).
 
Where did the name Doraemon come from?
 
The first "Dora" comes from dora-neko. Dora-neko are naughty cats or steal food from other cats. In Japanese, there is also the word dora-musuko, which refers to a lazy person who does not work and only hangs out. It is also possible to explain "dora" as a shortened word of douraku (hobby). From the above definition, most "Dora" are more negative than positive. However, this is also very reasonable because the name "Doraemon" is very consistent with the character of the cat is eating (donut) and clumsy.
 
Second, "-monkey": This is the "tail" part commonly used in the name of the Japanese boys long ago. Please note that in Lupine the Third, a popular anime has been broadcast in countries other than Japan, there is a character named Goemon Ishikawa XIII. This character was introduced as a descendant of Goemon Ishikawa I, a famous jinx in Japanese history. Many sources have documented that Goemon Ishikawa I actually existed in the late 1500s. As you can see, the '-mon' tail is very popular in the names of Japanese children in the past. Today, we rarely meet a man named "emon" in his name, even older people do not. So funny to have Doraemon, a robot from the 22nd century, has such a Japanese name.
 
Fujiko F. Fujio also wrote a manga called 21Emon. This story takes place in the future in Tokyo, where people live and interact with aliens. This is a comic book that depicts the everyday life of a boy named Emon, who works at Tsudzure, a hotel that has been operating since the Edo period. Emon met many aliens who came as guests, and the boy was having a lot of trouble serving them. The hotel was founded by Ichi-emon, and was inherited to the second Ni-emon, the third San-emon ... and continues to 21-year-old 21-year-olds. It can be said that although the story is written in the future, but Fujiko F. Fujio, but the name of the character is still placed in the traditional Japanese Ichi, Ni, San.

The story in Doraemon

Each episode of Doraemon follows a familiar motif that everyone knows is:
 
Nobita is in trouble >>> The boy will run to find Doraemon to try to help young. And our kit cat will take out a Magic Bag for Nobita using >>> After solving the problem, Nobita will tend to abuse the security and cause another trouble. .
 
Let's get the episode "Bread of Memory" as an example:
 
Starting the story, Nobita feels panicked when he forgets to study the old post for tomorrow's examination. And as always, Nobita begins to lament Doraemon, Doraemon told Nobita that this is his mistake for giddy sleep without studying. Nobita, however, continues to choke on the devil and cry, eventually releasing Doraemon's "Bread of Memory". This is a recipe shaped like sliced ​​bread, the user just to slice bread onto the page to remember and eat, they will remember. However, Nobita was eating so much bread, leading to the next day he had diarrhea and "exhausted" everything he had eaten. And of course he forgets everything he remembers. The last scene is still the Nobita used to sell noodles to remember the old.


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