Mercuryw

A Hatsune Miku fan from Thailand since 2009, Mercuryw joined MikuFan.com as the co-writer since mid-2014. You can find Mercuryw on Twitter at @Mercuryw_.

Jan 252018
 

Snow Miku and Hello Kitty Lavender collaboration has been announced to promote Hokkaido, the home town of Snow Miku while also being widely known for its lavender season, starting from late January. The two will be bringing a series of collaboration goods for limited release in Hokkaido featuring the main visual by the artist Sakuragi Kei, including: acrylic stands, acrylic key holders, mirrors, can badges, ballpoint pen, fur keyring tail, fur bag charm, clear file, and note pads.

If you’re visiting Hokkaido or Snow Miku Sky Town during this period, don’t miss out this chance!

Via Hatsune Miku blog

Jan 172018
 

Starting from January 15th, Snow Miku will be promoting subway manners awareness in her hometown, Sapporo, until late March this year. The collaboration campaign features a key visual by the artist Kurisu Toshi, which can be seen across the stations during this time in forms of posters and digital signage. Furthermore, Snow Miku will also be making an announcements on the matter!

If you’re planning for a visit to Snow Miku festival this year, don’t miss out!

Check out the illustrations below, or visit the artist’s Pixiv for high resolution image!

Via Hatsune Miku Blog

Jan 062018
 

Two of the earliest and most well-known Vocaloid producers, OSTER project and Mitchie M, have paired up to produce a collaboration song like never before for Hatsune Miku 10th anniversary titled “Uta no Sumu Ie ~Maison Hatsune~“. The sweet and cheerful tone will catch you off guard to the beats, while the realistic vocal tuning makes a very great pair to the music.

The collaboration song will be available as part of the Magical Mirai 2017 Blu-ray and DVD Hatsune Miku 10th anniversary edition to be released on January 10th. Check out the music video below, or watch it on Nicovideo.

Dec 292017
 

Following the press release in October, the very first Hatsune Miku-themed car is getting some new updates today. The main visual for the collaboration project is now out, and comes from the artist Kamogawa, who illustrated the CD jackets of the Vocaloseasons album presented by EXIT TUNES.

In addition to the main visual release, we now have a lead on the release date – Spring 2018. For fans who wish for an early look at the real deal, the exhibition for the Daihatsu Move Canbus Hatsune Miku Ver. has been announced for Sapporo Motor Show 2018, which is to be held at at Sapporo Dome on January 19th~21st, 2018. Be sure to drop by if you’re visiting Japan during those times!

Hatsune Miku x Daihatsu site: https://www.dbsc.co.jp/lp/miku.html
Hatsune Miku x Daihatsu Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/daihatsu.miku/

Dec 272017
 

Hatsune Miku will be making an appearance in the bullet train transforming robot anime “Shinkansen Henkei Robo Shinkalion”, not as a cameo, but a complete role with the accompanying visual released today.

The virtual diva will be playing as an 11 years old pilot for the Shinkalion H5 Hayabusa as “Hatsune Miku”. While the name comes as no surprise, it’s written with the Japanese characters for “pronunciation” (発音ミク) instead of “first” and “sound” (初音ミク).

“Shinkansen Henkei Robo Shinkalion” is an upcoming TV anime directed by Takahiro Ikezoe based on the line of transforming train toys, where gifted children piloted transforming bullet trains to combat monster that resembles a jet black bullet train. The series will broadcast on the Tokyo Broadcasting System network on Saturdays at 7:00AM JST starting from January 6th, 2018 .

Shinkansen Henkei Robo Shinkalion official site: http://www.shinkalion.com/

Via Crunchyroll