1. Nobita and the Museum of Conservation
This is the most famous movie of Doraemon. “Nobita and the Museum of the Hall of Fame “broke the Japanese screen in 2013. The film was made by director Teramoto Yukiyo with the screenplay by Shimizu Higashi. The film tells the story of Doraemon’s journey to find the neck bell. stolen by Deluxe thief in the 22nd century museum.
Nobita and the Museum of the Hall of Fame is a very good movie
This trip brought Doraemon’s group of friends to the unpredictable troubles and scary secrets hidden at the museum. Attractive content, very good graphic images made this episode quickly “climb” straight to the number one box office in Japan at that time. “Nobita and Museum of the museum” prevailed for several weeks in the land of cherry blossoms with super sales up to 3.98 billion Japanese yen.
2. Nobita explores new lands – Peko and 5 adventurers (2014)
This is the 34th film in the series of themes adapted from the famous Doraemon painting. The film was released on the occasion of the 80th anniversary of the birth of Fujiko F. Fujio (1933 – 2013). The film was directed by the famous director Yakuwa Shinnosuke. The episode tells the adventure of the group of friends Nobita to the Bovanko kingdom of the dog to help Prince Peko move the idol’s heart, save the people from Dabranda’s rule.
Nobita explores new lands – Peko and 5 explorers are very successful films
Released in Vietnam on April 7, 2014, “Nobita explores new lands – Peko and 5 adventurers” quickly won the hearts of the audience for its engaging, adventurous content combined with comedy. Very subtle humor.
3. Nobita and the space knights (2015)
Nobita and the space knights are the first movie in which Doraemon’s group has an adventure to cross the Earth. The work was made by director Osugi Yoshihiro, to celebrate the 35th anniversary of Doraemon’s production into a movie. The episode tells the story of the search for the hero of Nobita and his friends on the Planet Pokkuru Mouse, to combat the evil conspiracy of the cosmic pirates who are trying to take over the universe.
Nobita and the space knights are the first episode the group travels through space
The film is a combination of unique details modified from the same-story collection that had been released earlier that Japanese audiences and countries around the world love. Nobita and the space knights easily topped the box office for the next few weeks in Japan.
4. Nobita and primitive Japan (2016)
This is a very successful film promoting Japanese history. Too bored with life in the modern world, the Doraemon team traveled back in time to the beginning when the Earth was in its infancy to build a dream life. The film revolves around the adventures of Nobita and his friends in the early Japan 70,000 years ago and helps Kukuru protect the tribe against Gigazombie.
A very successful episode on the topic of exploring primitive times
Once again, the refreshed version based on the old series brought tremendous success to the Músi squad and helped the publisher to pocket up to 22.6 million dollars in Japan alone. Nobita and primitive Japan also continued to expand and sweep the box office in Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, China and India.
5. Nobita and the Kachi Kochi Antarctic Expedition (2017)
We all know how hot it is in the summer Doraemon series. With his highly demanding nature, Nobita once again succeeded in persuading Doraemon to bring the group “emigrating” to the cold Antarctica to avoid the heat.
“Nobita and the Kachi Kochi Antarctic Expedition” bring readers the adventures of the group of friends Nobita a hundred thousand years ago in Antarctica to help friends from the planet Hyoga Hyoga destroy Blizzaga – the icy man their planet.
Nobita and Kachi Kochi Antarctic Expedition will keep you cool on hot summer days
Above are the top 5 arguably most famous episodes adapted from the famous comic book series Doraemon that the audience should watch once if they are hard fans of Mussie and his group. In addition to the 5 episodes we just mentioned above, which episodes do you guys love, leave your comments by commenting on the bottom of the article.