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Fujiko · F · Fujio Museum, Kawasaki
(4.2/5 based on 400+ reviews on the web)
Step into the world of Japanese manga at Fujiko · F · Fujio Museum, a site dedicated to the life and work of two iconic artists and their most popular creation, a robotic cat from the 22nd century. First published in 1969 as an illustrated series, the Doraemon franchise has sold over 100 million copies worldwide. Discover original artworks from various manga stories, a theater screening an original short film, as well as a manga reading room with an interactive area for children. The museum's restaurant offers various Doraemon-themed edible creations. Audio guides are available in English. Put Fujiko · F · Fujio Museum and other Kawasaki attractions into our Kawasaki itinerary builder, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • I went in and bus tours. Time is 90 minutes. This is last minute. Café and souvenirs had no time watching. Children of 6-year-old passed by mobile guide in crazy, look at original, nothing I would yari過ごsemashiた I thought.
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  • Fujiko Fujio nobita and Gian learning from the teacher, and enjoyed a nostalgic cartoon description of objects is a small child can be enjoyed
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  • Nearby is the little coin-operated parking. Noborito station is recommended walk from bus or mukogaoka Yuen. Always crowded, even on weekdays. It is recommended to be issued in a restaurant to restaurant use takes the earphones.
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  • The official name is not Doraemon, but rather the name of the man behind the famous character, Fujiko Fujio. But for many, including me, Doraemon is the most internationally famous than the rest of Fujio's works. And if you're a fan, then you must visit. Here, you can learn the process of making the beloved animated series, life size statues and rooftop garden. You could also watch a short film only played here. Don't forget to dine is at the cafe where every food and drink has a Doraemon (and others) shapes in them.
  • DO RA E MON!!! I love this place. I love Doraemon. Very fun museum and definitely worth the trek out from Tokyo if you're into anything from Fujiko F Fujio. There's a history of all his works and even original artworks - not copies. The cafe wait line was over an hour, but I happily waited. The food isn't spectacular, but for a themed cafe, it sits right up there.
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  • Very informative about the History of Mr. Fujiko F Fujio. Interesting and attractive comic with English and Chinese narration. Sovernier not expensive. Not far away from tokyo central district, Just 30 minutes. Worth to visit.
  • Great experience for any Doraemon fan! It starts with a ride on the themed bus from the JR station to the museum and the museum (while mainly in Japanese) includes a free audio guide in English which really lets you enjoy the story of the author and Doraemon. My only 'complain' is not being able to take pictures in the museum. But then again, I think that helped to ensure we were focussed on the exhibits and not on snapping pics. Be prepared to wait an hour or more if you want to dine in the themed restaurant. Food isn't cheap but hey, if you are here for Doraemon, I'm sure you would want the joy of biting into something with a pic of it or some other character. Museum has a small outdoor area with statues to let you grab some pics for memory. And beware the souvenir shop.... it's a money sucker if you really love all things Doraemon! Tip: bring your own earphones to plug it in to the audio guide if you don't want to have to hold the guide to your ear the whole time.