You won’t be able to look up Hatsune Miku’s skirt on Hatsune Miku VR Future Live. So, if you were eager to take a look what’s going on with Miku’s skirt, know that you won’t be able to discover anything. Hatsune Miku is famous worldwide. She is also a digital diva. A great amount of subculture has been created around her, and one of the actions to do when playing with her, is to look under her skirt. Granted, it’s CGI underwear, but it’s the dream of many to look under that skirt. However, creators aren’t so eager to let fans play the peeping Tom under Miku’s skirt.
Despite many products portraying Miku as super sexy, creators of Hatsune Miku VR Future Live won’t let some fans do that.
Glico and Hatsune Miku Collaboration is super sweet! Almond Peak will have a special guest: singer Hatsune miku. Almond Peak has a clear crisp taste and it will come along with Hatsune Miku on the package and also with a small card inside as a present. It’ll be release on May 31 (price is open). This is a summer limited package featuring Hatsune Miku. Each box will come with on AR card. There are seven in total to collect. If you love Hatsune Miku, you’re going to love this new sweet chocolate from Glico and the super cool card that comes along with the package. The best part of the summer is going to be listening to Hatsune Miku’s songs while tasting this gorgeous chocolate! Don’t miss this opportunity to have a different taste and enjoying the best vocaloid ever!
Remember: Glico and Hatsune Miku Almond Peak starts selling this May 31 for a limited time only (during summer). Each pack has a special card to collect. In total there are seven.
If you are not in Japan but would love to taste them, contact us and we’ll help you!
Givenchy’s Riccardo Tisci gives Hatsune Miku Haute Couture Glamour. If you thought that Hatsune Miku couldn’t have any better makeover, you were wrong. Riccardo Tisci has envisioned this vocaloid’s diva in a totally different light. And, let me tell you: it’s amazing! Hatsune Miku is the most famous idol hologram existing right now. As you know, Hatsune Miku is a sixteen-year-old girl from Sapporo, Japan. She has long pigtails, blue fluorescent hair and sings like heaven. She’s an idol, not only for Japanese, but also for many in the States and around the world.
Being a hologram is no excuse to have a designer make an incredible makeover for herself. And so, this is what Givenchy’s Riccardo Tisci did, and we must say, it’s amazing! According to Tisci, “she’s so cool.” Taken away by this diva, he has designed a unique outfit that “has multiple types of lace with some crocodile trim, and intermittently, though you can’t see them from far away, there are individual Swarovski crystals.”
Nendoroid Plus: Hatsune Miku x CuteRody Pullback Cars are here! Meet Hatsune Miku, Megurine Luka, Kagamine Rin and Kagamine Len funny versions along with CuteRody pullback cars! Collect them all! These are super cute! Figures measure around 35mm and CuteRody cars around 65mm. Hatsune Miku has mint color, Megurine Luka has peach color, and Kagamine Lin and Len have lemon color. Pre-orders are available till December 9. They start shipping on May 2016.
Hatsune Miku is one of my favorite characters ever. She is cute, dances really well, I love her outfit, and I love how she sings. In fact, the idea of “vocaloid” is very appealing to me. One of the best parts of Hatsune Miku is fan art. Hatsune Miku fan art is just staggering. There are hundreds of awesome drawings online where Hatsune Miku is portrayed in infinite ways. Some are cuter than others, but as a overall, she is an icon for art and music.
Hatsune Miku compels us to create awesome art. It can be a drawing, a video, or a simple piece of writing. The fan phenomenon behind Hatsune Miku is astounding. But why are we so in love with a fictional character?
Do you like Hatsune Miku? And the song CaramellDansen? Well, now you can enjoy Hatsune Miku and CaramellDansen with a twist! We have the Para Para version! This is a very funny video about one of my favorite trends online: Hatsune Miku and CaramellDansen. If you don’t know it yet, the Swedish group Caramell released in November 2001 this song, and it got viral. It got very popular online thanks to a meme in 2006 in the internet community 4chan. Since then, thousands of memes and Youtube videos have used CaramellDansen to create anime and comic versions of all kinds.
CaramellDansen became famous in Japan with the name of “uma uma dance” (ウマウマダンス) mainly because in the lyrics you can hear “u ua uaaa.” Plus Japanese started to add kaomoji too (like this (ﾟ∀ﾟ) and many others) at the end of the title (basically it makes it cute). Japanese have also change the meaning of the song using the phonetics, which can end up with very funny combinations. Thus, the song became even more viral.
So, it is not surprising to find Hatsune Miku dancing CaramellDansen! Creativity and combination of pop culture that comes around the world is just a normality online.
As it did in last year, Family Mart will be selling Hatsune Miku Christmas Cake for this year’s holiday. Preorders started on October 1st.
The cake is made with chocolate to look like a little wooden lodge in a snowy forest.
You’ll get a Santa Miku figure to go with the cake, along with a figure stand. You can display Miku even after you are done with the cake!
Finally, Hatsune Miku Dollfie Dream has come true!
Volks started taking preorders for upcoming DD Hatsune Miku. Usually, a customer can only buy Dollfie by winning a lottery, but Volks is selling DD Miku on a made-to-order basis. That means everyone who placed an order during the preorder period can buy it! This is fantastic!
See how beautiful she is. So majestic.
In addition to Miku doll, there’s going to be an additional dress set for sale, featuring one of Miku’s most popular songs, Senbonzakura.
Preorder period lasts till December 1st, 2013.
DD Hatsune Miku is 65,100 yen, and the Senbonzakura dress set is 18,900 yen.
You can make an order from Volks’ special site for Hatsune Miku.
If you are a passionate Miku fan, you might have heard about the life-size Hatsune Miku figure dressed in Louis Vuitton outfit that showed up at Bunkamura Orchard Hall on May 22nd. It was made in collaboration with Hatsune Miku’s opera, “THE END.”
Life-size, 158cm tall Hatsune Miku figure displayed at the reception event of THE END
Although there wasn’t any public announcement, a limited number of miniature replicas of this Louis Vuitton x Hatsune Miku figure were given to guests who attended the reception, and the event was for invitation only.
Therefore these figures are extremely rare! We’ve found a few of them appearing on YJ auction recently.
Acclaimed Vocaloid producer livetune (also known as “kz” who composed Packaged and Tell your world) released his latest album “Re:Dial” on March 20th. On youtube, there’s a music video featuring one of the songs recorded in the album Redial.This video is created and directed by the world-reknowned artist Takashi Murakami and his team of talented artists, Kaikai Kiki’s Studio Poncotan Animation Studio.
Team up of Takashi Murakami and livetune is already quite a dream collaboration, but Murakami is not the only one who contributed to the making of Redial music video. With character design by talented arnimator/artist mebae (who also designed album cover) and choreography by Ken Maeda (who directed ending theme dance sequences for anime Pretty Cure series), no doubt the video turned out amazing with a perfect balance of cool and cute!
Check it out for yourself!
Murakami will also premier his first feature film he ever directed, Mememenokurage (EN: Jellyfish Eyes) on April 26th (English site). Livetune’s piece “Last Night, Good Night (Re:Dialed)” featuring Hatsune Miku is used for the film’s theme song as well. It’d be interesting to see how the two creators continue to work together in the future.