Right in front of the museum, you will have a chance to take photos with the Doraemon bus. It seems that they change the bus theme time to time so maybe next time you can see very different colors and paintings.
As I said, this lovely blue cat is quite popular not only among children, but also adults, so don’t be surprised if you have to wait after a long queue to the exhibition rooms. There are some figures such as Doreamon, Nobita, Suneo made on the wall along the lobby leading to the main hall.
As you entered the main hall, cameras and mobile phones are prohibited. Staff will hand you a device looking like a mobile phone, when you push on any button, there will be a tape voice that tells you everything about the history of Doreamon comics, the creator etc. in details. Everything in the exhibition rooms is in Japanese but it is easy to understand when looking at slide presentation and pictures.
There is comics corner for fans of Doreamon! Here you can enjoy some series that are not published.
After enjoying some games and picture booths, it’s time for strolling in the open-air yard outside!
If you are hungry after walking around, there is a coffee shop right here. Menu is various with many options to choose.
I think you would be puzzled for some moment before deciding what to have for lunch because all of them looks so cute! And staffs here are very friendly and helpful. They were pleased to take photos for you!
On the way out, you will find a very interesting souvenir shop. Here you can buy Jaian CD, memory bread, dorayaki and other stuff. Do you want to have this intelligent cat besides you all your life?