Following its recent MV release, the Miku Expo 5th anniversary theme song “Lucky☆Orb” by emon(Tes.) is now on KarenT, Crypton Future Media’s own record label! The bright and upbeat theme song is now on sale at 200 Yen on iTunes Store, Amazon MP3, and more. Check it out below!
The Miku Expo 5th anniversary official music video “Lucky☆Orb” is finally out! This vividly vibrant and snappy music video features the upbeat theme song from our beloved producer emon(Tes.), model by the famous Kasoku Sato, and Fantasista Utamaro as the director, whom you may recognize from kz‘s “Tell Your World”.
The official Miku Expo website has also been renewed in the new style! Check them out now!
The trailer for the Hatsune Miku x Cytus II collaboration is finally here. The Cytus II v.2.3.9 will be adding in a new Hatsune Miku song pack complemented with a unique story to enjoy. The song pack includes “BREAK IT” by Yunosuke, Miku Expo 2018 Europe’s theme song “Music Like Magic!” by OSTER Project, and more to follow at later date.
Cytus II is a music rhythm game developed by Rayark Games (iOS/Android). It’s the fourth rhythm game title from Rayark Games following the releases of Cytus (its prequel), DEEMO, and VOEZ.
Early access of the demo will be held at Miku Expo 2019 Taiwan on May 11th~12th.
Nico Nico Chokaigi (Nico Nico Super Meeting) starts today (April 27th, JST), and runs until April 28th @ 5:00 PM JST at the Makuhari Messe venue in Chiba! This is the same venue where Magical Mirai 2019 in Tokyo will take place later this year.
Hatsune Miku is making various appearances and participating in several collaborations for this year’s event, so here’s a quick summary of them!
Mikudayo, Yuki Mikudayo and Rabbit Yukine will be making appearances together at Makuhari Messe hall 7 on April 27th at 11:30 / 15:00 /17:00 JST, and April 28th at 11:30 / 14:00 / 16:00! They will gather near the Crypton Future Media booth, and photos for SNS are more than welcome!
Those who are following the Rabbit Yukine twitter will be able to receive a free card-sized sticker, as well as a free Megurine Luka clear file at Crypton Future Media’s booth! There’s also 10 different illustrations of Megurine Luka hidden at Crypton Future Media’s booth. Find all 10 and post them on twitter with the specified hashtag for a chance to win a not-for-sale sketchbook!
The main visual for the Super Kabuki performance has been released! Kabuki actor Nakamura Kodo and virtual singer Hatsune miku will be performing again this year at Nico Nico Chokaigi, their 3d performance since 2016! This collaboration fuses real and virtual images together in an amazing visual spectacle!
Thermaltake and TSUKUMO are collaborating together at Crypton Future Media’s booth! The main visual for this collaboration was created by iXima.
Promotional videos with the theme of “Hatsune Miku’s PC room” featuring the song NetTirnanog by lumo will be played at a real-life mockup of Miku’s gaming room at Crypton Future Media’s booth. Novelties are also being distributed, so be sure to stop by!
Hatsune Miku is also collaborating with JAL (Japan Airlines)! Miku appears in a promotional music video for the song 1フェムトの大空 by Hyadain,, with vocal work done by TakaP!
A new visual for Hatsune Miku Symphony 2019 has been released, depicting Miku in a royal chair drawn by the artist Rella! Stand by her side is MEIKO, whom will be celebrated her 15th anniversary together with the symphony this year, says CFM’s Wataru Sasaki.
In addition to the new visual release, the Blu-ray & CD for the previous symphony “Hatsune Miku Symphony 2018-2019 Orchestral Live” has been released today. A short version of one of the songs performed “Girls’ Friendship” by Mitchie M, has also been released to celebrate the release, showing off the bond between Hatsune Miku and Megurine Luka.
Hatsune Miku symphony 2019 will be held in Yokohama and Osaka in October 14th and December 23rd, respectively. If you haven’t grabbed the previous symphony’s Blu-ray & CD, we also got you covered.