(Doraemon the Movie: Chronicle of the Moon Exploration), the Doraemon establishment’s 39th film, sold 645,000 tickets for 157 million yen (about US$6.77 million) to top the Japanese film industry in its opening end of the week. The film opened on 382 screens in Japan on Friday.
The film’s story identifies with the Japanese folkloric conviction that a rabbit dwells on the moon. The film is determined to the moon and focuses on solid kinships bound together by the “capacity to trust.” Luna is a puzzling young lady who lives on the most distant side of the moon. Diabolo and his subordinate Goddard hinder Nobita and his companions on their moon investigation venture
Shinnosuke Yakuwa (Doraemon the Movie: Nobita and the Birth of Japan 2016,
Doraemon the Movie : Nobita in the New Haunts of Evil – Peko and the Five Explore) coordinated the movie, which is his first work coordinating from a unique content. Naoki Prize-winning puzzle creator Mizuki Tsujimura (Tsunagu, Kagami no Kojō) composed the content, and she likewise composed a novel adjustment, which appeared on November 16.