Visitors can feel as if they are wearing an "invisibility cloak" when they try on a garment made of material onto which an image of its surroundings is projected. Mimicking Doraemon's special food that allows the person who eats it to speak and understand other languages is a device to translate Japanese spoken into a microphone into English, Chinese or Korean.
The exhibition opened in Osaka in mid-July after being held in Tokyo, Hiroshima, Niigata, and Shizuoka since June 2010. Doraemon, created by cartoonist Fujiko F Fujio, was first published in 1969 as a series in a magazine. Later it was adapted to an animated TV series and films. (Breitbart)