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The main characters on Doraemon



Doraemon is the assistant and helper of Nobita sent back in time by Sewashi. Doraemon originally had ears but they were bitten off by a robot mouse back in the 22nd century. As a result, he has an excessive fear of mice, despite being a robotic cat. Doraemon loves dorayaki (a snack food made with sweet bean paste). He weighs 129.3 kg and his height is 129.3 cm. He was manufactured (hence, his "birthday") on Sept. 3, 2112 at Matsushiba Robot Factory.


Nobita is the main character in the series. He often gets 0% in tests, is a poor athlete, and lacks talent in all sorts of activities/hobbies. Although Nobita is frequently portrayed as being cowardly and ignorant, he sometimes exhibits a very strong sense of righteousness, and will attempt to help sometimes entire civilizations, with the help of Doraemon's gadgets, of course. Unfortunately, the presence of these gadgets frequently lands Nobita into trouble by making him far too overconfident and careless.


He is the local bully, who forces everyone to do things his way, and uses violence against those who oppose him. He is known for his confidence in his terrible singing and cookery. Many of the stories revolve around Nobita and his friends' efforts to avoid Jaian's concerts. Although he bullies the other children (mostly Nobita), he is terrified of his mother.


Suneo is the braggart who parades his material wealth in front of Nobita. He is often seen with Jaian, and bullies Nobita together with him. The local filthy rich, Suneo finds his safety in obeying Gian, although Suneo secretly resents the stronger boy. His family often goes on expensive holiday trips to which Suneo usually invites Shizuka and Gian, but not Nobita. Suneo has a narcissistic smile and is fox-faced.


is a smart and kind young girl who is the object of Nobita's affections and his future bride. She has a habit of frequently bathing, leading to numerous accidental bath scenes (in one story, Nobita discovers that she takes baths every morning, noon, afternoon and evening). Her true passions are sweet potatoes and violin, in which her playing is as bad as Jyian's singing.


Doraemon's younger sister, who is apparently a somewhat better version of robotic cats. She is far more efficient than Doraemon but she appears only occasionally, usually when Doraemon is in his periodic "off" state (necessary for robot health).

Throughout the highs and the lows
There is forever a rainbow after the storm
When you feel your skies are forever gray
There is forever a friend to help the sun form