Doraemon Cartoon Characters Name List

Doraemon is one of the most popular cartoon shows in India. It is a 2005 animated series based on Japanese manga written and illustrated by Fujiko F. Fujio. Doraemon was first aired on 15 April 2005 and is telecasted in over 50 countries worldwide. To date, Doraemon has completed 1160 episodes over 15 seasons. Let’s look at the names of the characters in this series.

1. Doraemon


Doraemon is the co-protagonist of the series. He is a futuristic cat-like creature sent from the 22nd century by Nobita’s great-great-grandson Sewashi to help Nobita. Doraemon has a four-dimensional pocket, which he uses to bring an assortment of tools, gadgets, and playthings from the future. He is friendly and intelligent and lives in Nobita’s house as the fourth member and second son of Nobita’s parents. Doraemon is afraid of mice since a robotic mouse bit off his ears. He deploys his gadgets in panic whenever confronted with a mouse. Doraemon’s favorite food is Doracake or Dorayaki. His girlfriend is a calm and sincere female cat named Mi Chan. Doraemon is the elder brother of Dorami, another robotic cat in the future.

2. Nobita Nobi

Nobita Nobi is the co-protagonist of the series. He is shown wearing glasses, a red or yellow polo shirt with a white collar, blue or black shorts, and light blue shoes. He is the son of Tamako and Nobisuke Nobi, the father of his future son Nobisuke, and the great-great-grandfather of Sewashi. His love interest and future wife is Shizuka. As shown in the series, Nobita is good at shooting and strings figures but is a failure at sports.

3. Shizuka Minamoto

Shizuka Minamoto is the main female character of the series. She is a smart, beautiful, and kind girl who is shown wearing a pink shirt and skirt. Shizuka is Nobita’s best friend and love interest and is devoted to him despite the latter’s poor academic grades, lazy disposition, and constant failures. Shizuka bathes several times a day but is frequently interrupted by the sudden appearance of Nobita through Doraemon’s gadgets. She loves eating sweet potatoes and playing violin. Her two pets are a dog saved from death once by Nobita and Doraemon and a canary who tends to run away. Shizuka is also close to her classmate Dekisugi.

4. Takeshi Goda

Takeshi Goda, known as Gian, is a strong and bad-tempered local bully. He tends to steal the toys belonging to other children under the pretext of borrowing. Gian is a terrible singer but considers himself to be good at singing. He often invites others to his concerts under threats of beatings. He also has high opinions of his cooking skills even though the food he cooks is not palatable. Takeshi, aka Gian, is a bully but helps his friends whenever needed. He is an emotional boy with a tendency to cry during emotional moments. Gian protects his younger sister, Jaiko, and tries to keep her out of trouble. His catchphrase is, “What’s mine is mine; what’s yours is also mine.”

5. Suneo Honekawa

Suneo is a rich, cunning, and boastful boy who often flaunts his family’s wealth. Suneo enjoys making his friends envious by showing off his latest toys and gadgets. However, beneath his boastful exterior, Suneo is insecure and seeks validation from his peers. Despite his flaws, he occasionally shows moments of kindness and loyalty to his friends.

6. Dorami

Dorami is Doraemon’s younger sister, who is also a robot from the future. Unlike her brother, Dorami is highly efficient, cheerful and reliable. She visits Nobita and the gang occasionally, often stepping in to help when Doraemon is in trouble or needs assistance. Dorami is well-loved for her bright personality and her ability to handle problems with ease.

7. Hidetoshi Dekisugi

Dekisugi is a classmate of Nobita who excels in everything he does. Intelligent, athletic, and polite, Dekisugi often makes Nobita jealous because of his seemingly perfect abilities and close friendship with Shizuka. Despite Nobita’s jealousy, Dekisugi is always kind and willing to help his friends, embodying the ideal student.

Overall, the world of Doraemon is rich with diverse characters, each bringing their unique traits and quirks to the series. Through their adventures and interactions, these characters teach valuable lessons about friendship and the importance of helping one another.

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