Doraemon: Nobita and the Tin Labyrinth

Nobita and the Tin Labyrinth
Directed by Tsutomu Shibayama
Produced by Soichi Bessho
Toshihide Yamada
Yoshiaki Koizumi
Written by Nobuaki Kishima
Tsutomu Shibayama
Fujiko F. Fujio
Starring Nobuyo Ōyama
Noriko Ohara
Music by Shunsuke Kikuchi
Cinematography Osakabe Toru
Hideko Takahashi
Distributed by Toho Company
Release dates
  • 6 March 1993 (1993-03-06) (Japan)
Running time
100 minutes
Country Japan
Language Japanese
Box office ¥1.65 billion[1]
($17.6 million)

Doraemon: Nobita and the Tin Labyrinth[2] (ドラえもん のび太とブリキの迷宮 Doraemon Nobita to Buriki no Rabirinsu) is a feature-length Doraemon film which premiered on 6 March 1993.


Doraemon Nobuyo Oyama
Nobita Nobi Noriko Ohara
Shizuka Minamoto Michiko Nomura
Suneo Honekawa Kaneta Kimotsuki
Takeshi Gōda (Gian) Kazuya Tatekabe
Nobita's Mama Sachiko Chijimatsu
Nobita's Papa Yousuke Naka
Sensei Ryoichi Tanaka
Mini-Dora Rei Sakuma
Garion's Spouse Yuko Minaguchi
Burikin Tamio Ohki
Tap Mie Suzuki
Clown Kenyu Horiuchi
Napogisutora Issei Shuichiro Moriyama
Nejirin Shogun Osamu Kato
Nejirin captain Kenichi Ogata
Professors Masashi Hirose
Kazuhiko Kishino
Soldiers Takumi Yamazaki
Galion Marquis Yuusaku Yara
Mrs. Galion Rei Sakuma


Nobisuke watched a strange advertisement of a fantastic resort on television at midnight. Sleepy as he was, he made a reservation even though he didn't even realize he was talking to the advertisement. The next day he discussed with the family their holiday plans, only to realize that he could not find the place anywhere on Earth. All of a sudden though, there was a suitcase in Nobita's room and intrigued as he was, he opened it only to find a portal to the beautiful resort managed by tin robots. Even better, it is absolutely free. It seems that there is a hidden agenda behind the person who invited them here. As they go there they find out that Nobita and Doraemon are invited to stay in brikin hotel for free. They are enjoying and having fun but then suddenly they are attacked by the army of napo and the Nobita is saved by Doraemon but Doraemon is taken by the army. They ask him how he came here but when he refuses to tell and wants to go back to Nobita, they shut down Doraemon giving him electric shocks. Then the story takes a shocking twist.


  1. Jaeger, Eren. "Past Doraemon Films". Retrieved 20 May 2014.
  2. English translation as shown on an official website for the 25th anniversary of the movie franchise.

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