November 09, 2017

Bahay ni Doraemon: A Mini Doraemon Museum in Bataan

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  • Fans of the robotic cat from the popular manga and anime series Doraemon can channel their fondness for the adorable character into visiting Bahay ni Doraemon (Doraemon’s House) in Bataan.

    IMAGE Bahay ni Doraemon Facebook page

    Fans can share their love for Doraemon with Chelley Silva, the person behind the grand collection of Doraemon items that fill every corner of the house. She started her personal collection small in 2011, investing a little on every Doraemon products she could find every now and then. Before she knew it, her collection started to fill the cabinets and overflow on her bed. Now, her collection is neatly arranged in shelves and tables (some still bunched together on her bed like a Doraemon pool), which makes it amazingly look like a mini Doraemon museum.

    IMAGE Bahay ni Doraemon Facebook page

    IMAGE Bahay ni Doraemon Facebook page

    The items in Silva’s collection come from various sources and her network of fellow collectors. You can find countless huggable stuffed toys and plastic figures big and small, as well as apparel, accessories, kitchenware, stationery, and a lot more. You can even find Doraemon’s best friend, Nobita, and his little sister, Dorami, who’s just as cute!

    IMAGE Bahay ni Doraemon Facebook page

    Bahay ni Doraemon was officially named as such because of what visitors usually remarked when they enter Silva’s home—it’s Doraemon’s house, a wonderland for the robotic cat’s fans.

    Visitors can visit and look around Bahay ni Doraemon in Samal, Bataan by setting up a schedule through its Facebook page. Take photos and don’t forget to buy some Doraemon souvenirs!


    Address: Richtown Subdivision, Lalawigan, Samal, Bataan
    Facebook page: Bahay ni Doraemon

    Written by Rizelle “Rei” Leaño
    Images grabbed from Bahay ni Doraemon Facebook page

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