Fujiko F. Fujio photo
Fujiko F. Fujio name

Real name: Hiroshi Fujimoto.
December 1, 1933: Born in Takaoka, Toyama.
1951: Debuted as a manga artist with the series "Tama-chan the Angel."
1954: Moved to Tokyo with childhood friend Motoo Abiko and they began working together under the pen name Fujiko Fujio.
1987: They ended their partnership and he continued to work mainly on "Doraemon Manga Long Story Series" and a new generation of children’s manga under the name Fujiko F. Fujio.
His major works include series like "Obake no Q-Taro (co-author)," "Doraemon," "Perman," "Kiteretsu Daihyakka," and "SF Short Stories."
September 23, 1996: Passed away at the age of 62.
His iconic series "Doraemon" is available in 20 regions and 17 languages* and continues to be enjoyed by children around the world.
* As of August 2022.


"Susume Roboket" and "Tebukuro Te-Chan" won the
Shogakukan Manga Award.
"Doraemon" won the Japan Cartoonists Association Excellence Award.
Received the Kawasaki City Cultural Award.
"Doraemon" won the
Shogakukan Manga Award for the second time.
"Doraemon: The Movie" won the Movie Day Special Achievement Award.
"Doraemon" won the
23rd Japan Cartoonists Association Minister of Education Award.
"Doraemon" won the
Tezuka Osamu Cultural Prize 1st Manga Grand Prize.
History Major works
※ Doraemon official website
Go to the "Doraemon Channel" page.