- The voice actor of Gian, Kaneta Kimotsuki, has passed away at the age of 80.
- Boomerang U.K. has quietly dropped Doraemon from their schedule. It has not been confirmed if the show has been cancelled, or if it is simply on hiatus.
- Now, the iconic Doraemon has his own museum on the outskirts of Tokyo -- though he shares the space with his creator, Fujiko F. Fujio.
- TV Asahi will re-broadcast the most popular 11-minute episodes on 6:00 am every Sunday to celebrate the upcoming release of Nobita and the Birth of Japan 2016.
- Nobita and the Birth of Japan 2016 has been announced, and will be released in Japanese cinemas in March 2016.
- Wasabi Mizuta started recording for the movie (November 30, 2015)
- The movie's ending song has been announced and it is titled Sora e. (December 7, 2015)
- The song's lyrics will be available around March 2016.
- Doraemon has officially arrives the United Kingdom on Boomerang Television! If you're in the United Kingdom, and have Sky, Virgin, BT or TalkTalk TV, ne sure to catch it on Boomerang TV!
- An English version of LUK Internacional's Doraemon-world.com website has been launched as well for said market. Click here to visit the website.
- A televised premiere of Stand by Me Doraemon will happen on August 30 on TV Asahi.
- Hong Kong’s voice of Doraemon, Lam Pou-chuen, passed away at age 63.
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