DORAEMON CARTOONS FINAL EPISODES

The Doraemon cartoons have been the longest cartoon show till date with around 1787 episodes released starting from 2nd of 1979 till 25th of March 2005. The Doraemon cartoons had initially started on the 1st of April 1973 and were telecasted till 30th of September 1973 with 52 episodes of 15 minutes each and 26 episodes of 30 minutes each. Mitsuo Kaminashi created the initial Doraemon cartoons in the Nippon Television Doga studio. After that, from the 2nd of April 1979, Tsutomu Shibayama directed the Doraemon cartoon series in the Shin-Ei Animations studio. From the 15th of April 2005, The Doraemon cartoons started a new continuation, which is still going on, already completing more than 300 episodes directed by Kozo Kusuba. Initially, The Doraemon was a manga book written by Fujiko F. Fujio and Fujiko A. Fujio, the two famous brothers. Starting from December 1969 till 1996, more than 45 volumes of the Doraemon cartoons have been released. The Doraemon Chinese cartoons have become the most famous amongst the and the viewers. The Doraemon Chinese cartoons have been a super hit, as it is not a very emotional carton but a very comedy filled and fun filled cartoons. However, along with Doraemon Chinese cartoons being comedy and funny, they also have a lesson to teach to the small and kids watching Doraemon Chinese cartoons.

The lessons are usually based on integrity, honesty, decency, courage, respect for your elders, motivation, family life etc. etc. The Doraemon Chinese cartoons at times, even give out their episodes regarding the many environmental issues going on like Global Warming, Pollution, Cleanliness, Deforestation, endangered species, etc. The Doraemon Chinese cartoons make the children learn a lot as it also includes the topics like Dinosaurs, Earth, Gulliver’s Travels, and Japan’s etc. Doraemon cartoons have been given the title of Japanese Icons by the Government of Japan and many more awards have been given to the Doramon cartoons for their amazing continuity and interest that could not be broken even by the slightest of an inch. Doraemon cartoons have kept the Japanese culture alive in today’s  generation also. Which is quite a big thing from my point of view.

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Posted: 21st August 2010 by Top39.com in 04. Doraemon, CARTOONS
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  1. Garvit Jain says:

    review of the cerial lumba.

  2. Garvit Jain says:

    one new film of doraemon.

  3. ayush khandelwal says:

    doraemon is my fav. cartoon