Dec 212017
 

Both TAITO and SEGA had some announcements to make regarding upcoming Hatsune Miku prize figure release events. The first on the list is the 4th and final Hatsune Miku 10th anniversary celebration prize figure in the lineup by TAITO, based on artwork by Apapico. All we have for now is the gorgeous artwork illustrated above to give an idea how it looks, but we should have a better look in a few months!

This figure will be part of a Family Mart Happy Kuji (lottery) event starting April 2018. More details to come later! Official page: http://kuji-honpo.jp/Product/0000000996/


Via Dengeki Hobby, we also have images of SEGA’s soon-releasing Hatsune Miku: Pierretta version prize figure, based on the module for the song “Cat Food” in Project Diva F. The prize figure is expected to officially release in the 4th week of January 2018. Try your chance at winning one from arcades in Japan, or find them from online retailers.

The Hatsune Miku: Pansy ver. prize figure, also made by SEGA, is hitting arcades and stores later this month! This figure’s design is based on the module for the song Weekender Girl, from Project Diva Future Tone. Keep and eye for her if you’d like her added to your collection! SEGA Miku Prize page: http://segaplaza.jp/info/page.php?data_id=121

Dec 192017
 

In celebration of one of our official twitter accounts reaching its 3,939 follower milestone, we’re giving away a Hatsune Miku: Magical Mirai 2017 plushie!

Simply answer the two questions correctly on the form below, think about your answers carefully! We’ll announce and contact the winner on December 31st, 2017 after we confirm they have answered both questions correctly, or if there’s no winner, we’ll award the plushie on the 31st to the person with the closest answers.

Good luck to everyone!

-= EDITED 12/20 @ 4:39 PM PST =-

The giveaway has a winner! We’ll announce the winner, as well as the correct answers to the giveaway, on December 25th! Thank you to all who participated!

Dec 192017
 

Imagine Hatsune Miku at a size of a miniature Nendoroid, but made with the art of paper folding; even more so, made by you. A Hatsune Miku fan on Twitter by the name “TkyOrigami” has gained a lot of attention recently with the tweet showing Hatsune Miku origami, and comes complete with step-by-step guide for all to follow. Started at a size of a 24cm square paper, the Hatsune Miku origami requires mere 45 steps to complete. Are you up for the challenge?

Try folding the Hatsune Miku origami, or perhaps origamiku, and share with us the results in the comments!

TkyOrigami: https://twitter.com/TkyOrigami

The folding from step 35 to 36 can be quite challenging, so make sure to refer to the video below!

Dec 192017
 

There isn’t really much that can be said outside the article title! Plans of Miku Expo events in 2018 for the U.S. and Mexico have been teased on the official Hatsune Miku social media outlets, telling us to stay tuned. So stay tuned we shall!

🇺🇸2018🇲🇽More details will be coming soon :Dill. by lawlietlk

Posted by Hatsune Miku on Monday, December 18, 2017

Dec 172017
 

The Snow Miku goods previously exclusive to the Snow Miku Sky Town shop in Sapporo, Japan are now available online! Our partners at Tokyo Otaku Mode have worked with Crypton Future Media to be able to offer them to fans outside Japan. Don’t miss out this chance!

Use code MIKU1718 for $5 off! → https://goo.gl/DCYpjy
Other Vocaloid goods → https://goo.gl/1XdYRf

Snow Miku Sky Town official website → http://snowmiku.com/skytown/index_en.html