I am sure many of you, especially the kids of the ’90s, still, watch Doraemon episodes and movies. How can you not love the team of the cribbing kid Nobita and cat robot Doraemon? Well, you all might know that their new movie is soon going to hit the screens, and we are so excited. To celebrate this release, a huge Doraemon airship will soon take over the blue skies of Tokyo and Osaka.
Huge Doraemon Airship Will Soon Take Over The Skies Of Tokyo And Osaka
In a year that has already begun with many movie releases, another movie about our favourite duo and their friends is going to hit the screens. ‘Doraemon: Nobita’s Sky Uthopia’ is all set to release on March 3. This movie marks the 42nd film adventure of Doraemon. In the movie, the cat robot is sent on a mission in a time-warping airship to find a paradise in the sky. The skies will be filled with an actual, unmanned giant Doraemon airship, sadly lacking a time-warping feature.
The bright blue airship will have images of Doraemon, Nobita, Suneo, Gian, and Shizuka, as they are all part of the movie. The first confirmed destination for the blimp is Osaka. It will be launched on February 25 at the Expo ‘70 Commemorative Park. The ticket application for this particular event is closed now. But you can see it in the sky if you are anywhere around. The timings for the same are 11 am, 1.30 pm and 3.30 pm.
A Part Of The Flying Doraemon Project
The huge Doraemon airship will also be seen in the skies over Tokyo. The dates and location are soon to be confirmed. This blimp has a total length of 17 metres and signifies the team’s next adventure destination, which is the sky. This is a part of the ‘Flying Doraemon Project’. In addition to this, they will also have an event where the airship flies. All the participants will be able to witness its launch and can also take a picture with their favourite cat robot.
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