Feb 232014

With the launch date of Hatsune Miku: Project Diva F 2nd drawing closer, the Tokyo Joypolis center and SEGA are gearing up to throw another celebratory event starting February 27th, and ending April 6th. The event is called “Daiba de Diva”, and various activities will be available for guests throughout each day of the event.

First up on the list is the stage event on Floor 1, which will play an event-exclusive promotional video for KZ‘s DECORATOR, the theme song for Project Diva F 2nd. The video is scheduled to play three times every day at 12:00, 15:00, and 18:00. The admission fee for viewing is 800 Yen for adults, and 300 yen for young teenagers.

Up next is the attractions. On the 1st floor is a popular attraction called the “Tokyo Half-pipe”, a ride that requires two people and costs 800 Yen per run (video here). On the 3rd floor is a photo booth where you can pay 500 Yen to take a single group photo with a decorative Project Diva styled border. Also on same floor is a Divination (fortune telling) sheet with Project Diva styling. Each sheet is 600 Yen.

There is also some goods available, such as a can (with a currently unknown treat) for 550 Yen. It’s also been very cold in Tokyo lately, so if you’re feeling a little under the weather, they have Diva-themed cough drops for 480 Yen. Lastly, there’s some event-exclusive clear files for 390 Yen per pack. These items are available from the 1st floor JP Store.

Feeling a little thirsty? The D-Lounge on the 2nd floor is offering character-themed drinks for 390 Yen each, and also comes with a useable sticker.

The Frame Cafe on floor 3 will be serving up some more character-inspired dishes. These include curry and drink for 1300 Yen, a green onion-topped hot dog and drink for 950 Yen, a Parfait for 900 Yen, and a latte with art reflecting the image of Miku (image not shown) for 700 Yen.

You’ll find plenty of carnival-style games available on the second floor, while the first floor will have a number of UFO Catcher machines with various Hatsune Miku-themed prizes. Carnival games are 200 Yen per play, while UFO Catchers are 100 Yen per play.

The multi-stage room on floor 3 will have multiple booths set up with PlayStation Vitas running Project Diva F 2nd, where you can freely try out the game before its March 27th launch date. It looks like they may have the life-sized Hatsune Miku statue on display again as well!

A few last extras are mentioned, such as a chance of seeing Mikudayo, scenic photo shooting from atop of the hotel, and a digital mirror much like the one seen at the Wing Shop at Haneda Airport.

If you regularly enjoy reading our site, consider supporting us on
About jrharbort
A Hatsune Miku fan since December 2007, jrharbort joined MikuFan as the Head Writer in October 2011. Follow on Twitter at @jrharbort.