2112: The Birth of Doraemon

2112: The Birth of Doraemon
2112: ドラえもん誕生
(2112: Doraemon Tanjou)
Genre Adventure
Anime television film
Directed by Yoshitomo Yonetani
Music by Shinji Miyazaki
Studio Shin-Ei Animation
Network TV Asahi
Released March 4, 1995
Runtime 30 minutes

2112: The Birth of Doraemon (2112年 ドラえもん誕生 2112 Nen Doraemon Tanjō) is a movie about the life of Doraemon from birth, before coming to Nobita. The movie is sort of a prequel to the entire series, it showed the life of Doraemon before traveling to the 20th century: How he was made, how he was partially broken, how he lost his ears, how he met the Nobi family and decides to return to the past to help Nobita. It premiered on March 4, 1995 on a bill with Doraemon: Nobita's Genesis Diary. The original movie was made in order to understand the initial setup of the Doraemon Manga.

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The background music for this short movie was composed by veteran music composer Shinji Miyazaki, who is better known for composing the background music for the Pokémon TV series. He also did another anime by Shin-Ei Animation called Crayon Shin-chan. Shinji Miyazaki tends to use stringed instruments and French horns as well as the alto glockenspiel in his compositions.


The date is September 3, 2112. Doraemon, a robot cat that initially had a yellow body with ears and a much higher-pitched voice, was manufactured at the Matsushiba Robot Factory. During Doraemon's manufacturing process, two terrorists were escaping from Time Patrol through a time warp, which caused an electrical power surge at the Robot Factory. While Doraemon was being assembled, the electrical surge zapped Doraemon and caused him to fall into the industrial garbage disposal. Luckily, Noramyako, a female robot dancer cat, saved him from the disposal furnace.

Doraemon returned to Robot School, training to become the best robot cat to serve people. However, due to his manufacturing defect caused by the electrical surge, he had problems in all of his classes. After a meeting with Principal Teraodai, principal of the Robot School, Doraemon was sent to a training class made for special robots. Here Doraemon met the robot cat Noramyako again. Two of his classmates, Jaibee and Kenta, which have personalities similar to Gian and Suneo, tried to snatch Doraemon's pocket but Noramyako again saved him. Over time, Doraemon befriended Jaibee and Kenta, as well as other Doraemon-type robots (the Doraemons).

On the graduation day, all the robots had to give their presentations, including Doraemon. Because Doraemon is not good at tests, and the accident during his manufacturing process that made many of his features malfunctioned, his presentation was not successful. But, at the last second, he was accidentally selected by a baby named Sewashi.

As Sewashi grew up, he and Doraemon became best friends. One day when Sewashi was making a small clay figure of Doraemon, he ordered a robot mouse to eat the ears of the Doraemon sculpture, to make them look more like the ones in a 3-D rendition of Doraemon. But the mouse ended up eating the ears of the real Doraemon, which caused him to fear mice. At the hospital, the doctor robots accidentally removed Doraemon's ears completely. When Noramyako saw this, she laughed at Doraemon, which made him sad.

As Doraemon sat on the top of a tower pondering over the loss of his ears, he tried to cheer himself up by drinking a cheer-up potion, but accidentally drank the sorrow potion instead. This caused him to weep uncontrollably, and made his skin color fade to blue and his voice permanently deep.

A few days later, Doraemon's sister Dorami came and told him that Sewashi was missing while looking for him. To find Sewashi, Doraemon again called for the cheer-up potion but accidentally used speed-up potion, which caused him to move very quickly and uncontrollably.

At the river bank, Sewashi wondered where Doraemon has gone. In the same area, the two terrorists from earlier in the movie appeared, being chased by Time Patrol. They took Sewashi hostage and threatened to hurt him if they are followed. Doraemon appeared on the scene and jammed the exhaust pipe of the terrorists' spaceship with his head, causing the spaceship to crash and the terrorists to be caught. Sewashi was saved but Doraemon lost his pocket during the rescue. When Dorami and Noramyako found Sewashi and Doraemon, Noramyako apologized to Doraemon for laughing at him earlier and commented on how she liked his new look and voice.

On Christmas, Sewashi gave Doraemon the clay figure that he was making, this time with no ears and painted blue to match Doraemon's new look. As Doraemon, Sewashi, Dorami, Noramyako, and other robots celebrated Christmas together, Principal Teraodai (dressed as Santa) arrived with another pocket as a Christmas present and brought with him a new robot called Mini-Dora, based on Doraemon.

The movie ends with Doraemon traveling back in time on his time machine, saying that Sewashi sent him to the past to improve the life of Sewashi's great-great-grandfather, Nobi Nobita.


Doraemon - Nobuyo Oyama
Yellow Doraemon - Chisa Yokoyama
Dorami - Keiko Yokozawa
Sewashi - Yoshiko Ohta
Principal Teraodai - Ichiro Nagai
Dora Wang - Nishihara Kumiko
El Matadora
Jaibee - Kazuya Tatekabe
Department shank - Kaneta Kimotsuki
Mr. Robot - Ryoichi Tanaka
Dora The Kid - Chisa Yokoyama
Doranikofu - Mie Suzuki (nowTadashi Yuu Ryuuiti Hitoshi)

Mother Eagle Center - Rei Sakuma The mother eagle security. Doraemon mistake of bidding too baffled to see the eagle took to security Doraemon Doraemon to be collected.

Moderator - Seki Tomokazu
Moderator - Nishihara Kumiko
Dorumansutain - Chikao Ohtsuka
Dinosaur Hunter - Masashi Hirose
Fujiko Fujio F. - Minoru Yada
Huzimoto Masako


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