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Opening Theme Song

The opening theme used for the weekly Doraemon series airing between 1979 and 2005 was Song of Doraemon , which was performed by five different performers over the course of its years:

Performer Starting Date Ending Date
1 Komiko Osugi April 2, 1979 October 2, 1992
2 Satoko Yamano October 9, 1992 September 2, 2002
3 Tokyo Purin October 4, 2002 April 11, 2003
4 Misato Wasanabe April 18, 2003 April 23, 2004
5 AJI April 30, 2004 March 18, 2005


Lyrics - Doraemon no Uta

File:Doraemon theme song


konna koto ii na
dekitara ii na
anna yume konna yume ippai aru kedo

minna minna minna
kanaete kureru
fushigina POKKE de kanaete kureru
sora wo jiyuu ni tobitai na

(hai! takekoputaa!)

AN AN AN
tottemo daisuki
DORAEMON

shukudai touban shiken ni otsukai
anna koto konna koto taihen dakedo

minna minna minna
tasukete kureru
benrina dougu de tasukete kureru
omocha no heitai da

(sore! tototsugeki!)

AN AN AN
tottemo daisuki
DORAEMON

anna toko ii na
iketara ii na
kono kuni ano shima takusan aru kedo

minna minna minna
ikasete kureru
mirai no kikai de kanaete kureru
sekai ryokou ni ikitai na

(ufufufu… doko demo DOA!)

AN AN AN
tottemo daisuki
DORAEMON

AN AN AN
tottemo daisukiDORAEMON

Opening themes (for 2005 TV series)

In the New Doraemon Series (2005), new opening themes songs were used, except for the first one.

Performer Song Title Starting date Ending date
1. 12 Girls Band "Doraemon no Uta" April 15, 2005

(episode 1)

October 21, 2005

(episode 24)

2. Rimi Natsukawa "Hagushichao" October 28, 2005

(episode 25)

April 20, 2007

(episode 86)

3. mao "Yume wo Kanaete Doraemon" May 11, 2007

(episode 87)

present

Two songs were used for a separate weekday Doraemon series which is a part of Fujiko Fujio Theater (藤子不二雄劇場, Fujiko Fujio Gekijoo), the first song being the same as the first song of the weekly series.

Opening themes (for 1979 TV series)

Name Song Title Starting date Ending date
1. Kumiko Ōsugi "Doraemon no Uta" April 2, 1979 September 29, 1979
2. Nobuyo Oyama, Koorogi '73 "Boku Doraemon" October 1, 1979 September 26, 1981

Ending themes

The ending themes used for the weekly Doraemon series airing between 1979 and 2005 were:

Song Title Performer Starting date Ending date
1. "Aoi Sora wa Pocket sa" Kumiko Oosugi April 8, 1979 September 27, 1981
2. "Maru-gao no Uta" Nobuyo Oyama October 2, 1981 March 30, 1984
3. "Santa Claus wa Doko no Hito" Nobuyo Oyama November 18, 1983 December 30, 1983
4. "Boku-tachi Chikyuu-jin" Mitsuko Horie April 6, 1984 April 8, 1988
5. "Aozora-tte Iina" Mitsuko Horie April 15, 1988 October 2, 1992
6. "Ashita mo Tomodachi" Yui Nishiwaki October 9, 1992 April 7, 1995
7. "Boku Doraemon 2112" Nobuyo Oyama, Koorogi '73 April 14, 1995 September 20, 2002
8. "Mata Aeru Hi Made" Yuzu October 4, 2002 April 11, 2003
9. "Tanpopo no Uta" The Alfee April 18, 2003 October 4, 2003
10. "YUME Biyori" Hitomi Shimatani October 10, 2003 May 28, 2004
11. "Aa Ii na!" W June 4, 2004 March 18, 2005

Other ending themes

Since the 2005 series incorporated all the credits into the Opening Sequence, these three themes were used as the Ending Theme.

Song Title Performer Starting date Ending date
1. "Odore Dore Dora Doraemon Ondo 2007" Wasabi Mizuta June 29, 2007 August 10, 2007

Three songs were used for the separate weekday Doraemon series.

Song Title Performer
1. "Doraemon Ekaki-uta" Nobuyo Oyama
2. "Doraemon Ondo" Nobuyo Oyama
3. "Dorami-chan Ekaki-uta" Keiko Yokozawa

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