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'Doraemon' 3-D wax figures exhibited at the Madame Tussauds in Bangkok
On September 27th, a new Madame Tussauds museum opened in Bangkok, featuring the world's first wax figures of Japan's popular animated character, "Doraemon".
The Bangkok museum opened on the 27th as Southeast Asia's first wax museum. It hosts a special exhibition of 3-D wax figures of Doraemon and Nobita, who look as if they've just stepped out of the anime. special feature was the three-dimensional wax figures of Doraemon and Nobita that looked exactly like the anime.
To commemorate the world's first wax models of Doraemon, the museum is offering discounted ticket prices as well as free premium gifts, such as a special Doraemon doll and the opportunity to take a Polaroid picture with Doraemon!
Recently, Doraemon has been receiving a lot of attention with the opening of the "Kawasaki Fujiko F. Fujio Museum" in September. With these first wax figures, Doraemon is expected to gain even more international popularity.
In related news, 'Madame Tussauds Tokyo' is scheduled to open in Japan on September 30th.
Source + Photo: Cinema Today
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