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Okay, so clearly I’m missing somethng, but why does it say “kusure emon” or “wasure emon” instead of “Doraemon” above his head?
Unfortunately I can’t explain this, other than it’s taken from a public information poster advising Japanese commuters how to behave appropriately on the subway – so maybe it’s some kind of pun? I’m told the original poster is something about not leaving your umbrella on the train, if that helps
This might help: “The train drivers always warn about wasuremono when the train gets to its destination.” I think wasuremon might be the stuff you might leave behind in the train. Doraemon himself says not to forget (umbrella?) “kasa, wasurenaide”