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Doraemon: Story Of Seasons Introduces Its Story And Original Characters



The official site for Doraemon: Story of Seasons has seen a revamp alongside its first full trailer, giving us a greater look at its story and new original characters.


Check out the details below:


One day, Nobita and Doraemon find a mysterious seed, and thinking it might be a new plant species, Nobita immediately begins to grow it. As it grows into a tree, suddenly a cyclone appears and blows Nobita and his friends into the sky.

When they wake up, they are at the foot of a giant tree that Nobita and his friends don’t recognize. With Doraemon losing his gadgets in the storm, they now have no way to return home.

At that moment, they are discovered by a kind boy named Ranch, who tells them they are in Shizen Town, which they have never heard of.

At Ranch’s suggestion, Nobita and his friends decide to stay at Shizen Town until they can find a way home, while helping out the villagers.

Shizuka went to help out at the clinic, Suneo at the restaurant, Gian at the carpenter’s, and Doraemon went to help the mayor as an assistant. As for Nobita, he is put in charge of Ranch’s farm, which has fallen into disrepair.

As Doraemon and the others help the villagers out, Nobita begins to develop the farm all on his own.

Nobita’s story of seasons is about to begin.


The People of Shizen Town

Ranch (CV: Ayana Sakura)


A young and kind boy who’s the first person Nobita and his friends meet in Shizen Town. He lives together with Pasti, and helps care for Pasti’s farm as Pasti’s legs have deteriorated. He’s a dependable friend who’ll help Nobita out with farming tips.


Pasti (CV: Fujiko Takimoto)


A kind old lady who’s the oldest person in town. She lives together with Ranch, and is just as kind as he is, agreeing to take in Nobita and friends, who have just arrived at Shizen Town.


Yamei (CV: Shinpachi Tsuji)


The mayor of Shizen Town, who disapproves of kids who don’t help out adults. Finding Doraemon’s gadgets dangerous, he confiscates whatever’s left of them.




A cat named Mimiko from the neighboring town. It seems Doraemon’s asked her out on a date quite a few times?


Doraemon: Nobita’s Story of Seasons releases for Nintendo Switch in Japan on June 13, 2019. The game has only been announced in Japan, but recent Taiwanese ratings suggest a possible English localization.

Alistair Wong
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