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Doraemon (2005 anime), one of the articles sharing the title Doraemon, directs to this article which covers the TV Asahi anime series from 2005.
For other uses of Doraemon, see the disambiguation page.

The 2005 Doraemon anime was first aired on April 15th, 2005 on the Japanese television channel, TV Asahi. Produced by by Shin-Ei Animation, it is the successor to the 1979 Doraemon anime. This show was also the last notice of the popular Doraemon theme, Doraemon no Uta, this time being performed by 12 Girls Band. It was replaced by Hagushichao on October 28th, 2005. Hagushichao was then replaced by Yume wo Kanaete Doraemon on May 11th, 2007 for the show's 3rd season. This is the first series to be broadcasted in a 16:9 widescreen format

This version of Doraemon is also the first version of Doraemon to be broadcasted in North America, and the British Isles.


All mini corners, partners, and next episodes previews in all episodes are cut to fit for the 30-minute block in International versions except in Hong Kong, which are cut to fit for the 15-minute block in its timeslot.

Fujiko Fujio Productions (Fujiko-Pro), TV Asahi, and Shin-Ei Animation produced the U.S. English dub that aired on Disney XD U.S. together with Bang Zoom! Entertainment.

LUK Internacional commissioned Red Angel Media to produce the U.K. dub that aired on Boomerang UK.


Main Characters

Supporting Characters

Other Characters

Voice Cast

Japanese Seiyu

US English dub

Additional voices

  • Crispin Freeman - Devlin
  • Anthony Hansen - Muku
  • Lex Lang - Bengal Ritchine
  • Mela Lee - Sera Ivy
  • Michael McConnohie -
  • Derek Stephen Prince - Stan
  • Patrick Seitz - Dice
  • Joe J. Thomas - Mr. Saucer
  • Kari Wahlgren - Cosmo

English LUK Internacional dub (aired in the UK)


  • Kozou Kusuba - General Director (2005-2012)
  • Sochiro Zen - Director
  • Koichi Maruyama - Main Character Set
  • Ayumi Watanabe (2005-2013), Sadayoshi Tominaga (2008-), Koichi Maruyama (2013-2014), Makoto Yoshida (2015-) - Character Set
  • Koichi Maruyama (2005-2015), Osamu Miwa (2014-) - Chief Animation Director
  • Munenori Mizuno - 構成
  • Toshiyuki Shimizu - Art Director
  • Masahiro Kumagai - Cinematography
  • Akiyoshi Tanaka - Sound Director
  • Tomoko Horikoshi - Color Design
  • Okayasu Hajime - Editor
  • Kan Sawada - Music
  • Yukiyoshi Itokawa (Group A&I) - Sound Effects

US English dub

  • Kristi Reed - Voice Director
  • Wendee Lee - Additional Voice Director


Opening themes

Ending themes


Main article: List of Doraemon (2005 anime) episodes
Main article: List of Doraemon (Disney XD version) episodes
Main article: Doraemon in the United Kingdom#Episodes


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