“Madame Tussauds Bangkok” unveils the figure of a cartoon superstar “Doraemon”
Madame Tussauds Bangkok unveils the figure of a cartoon superstar “Doraemon”, a blue robot cat from the future world For the fans in Thailand before anyone… For the first time in the world!!
“Madame Tussauds Bangkok”, the first world-renown wax museum in Southeast Asia, pleases the fans of the Japanese “Superstar” blue robot cat from the 22nd century who is loved by both kids and adults throughout the world with the introduction of with the world’s first “Doraemon” figure for the fans in Thailand to witness before anyone. Moreover, Madame Tussauds also invite a talented working mom “Pui-Pimolwan” to reveal her secret tips of openness to cartoon in order to build relationship in the family plus the gang of “Little Artists” who will be showing their ideas in designing Doraemon’s magic toys in the atmosphere full of Doraemon fans waiting to welcome the figure at the event, which will be held at Madame Tussauds Bangkok, 6th Floor, Siam Discovery on Tuesday September 27th, 2011.
“Doraemon” is a very popular cartoon in Japan and many other countries throughout the world including Thailand. It was written by “Fujiko F Fujio” who mentioned that the blue robot cat “Doraemon” was born in September 3rd, 2112, which means that “The round body and earless cat” will be born 101 years from now. In reality, “Doraemon” has been everybody’s best friends for 41 years as he travelled back from the future world to help taking care of a lazy and good-for-nothing boy named “Nobita”. Every time Nobita creates or is in trouble, Doraemon will provide help with magic toys from his front pocket such as shoot copter, invisible cloak, and time machine (to travel through the past and the future).
The story of “Doraemon” has been created in every format from the year 1975 including comic book, animation movie, and TV cartoon. The popularity of this blue robot cat is guaranteed by the sales of more than 750 million books around the world in more than 9 languages. Moreover, “Doraemon” was selected by the Time Asia Magazine as one of Asia’s hero from Japan. In the year 2008, this round body blue cat was presented with the title of Japan’s Cultural Ambassador. In addition, Japan has invested more than 2 billion yens in opening Doraemon Museum in Kawasaki province in celebration of the 41st anniversary (on September 3rd, 2011) to displays more than 50,000 pieces of works from Fujiko F. Fujio.
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