Jul 092019
 

Starting on July 13th, 2019, SEGA will be holding a Hatsune Miku: Project Diva 10th anniversary celebration event in Akihabara, Japan! There you’ll be able to enjoy exhibition activities, free gifts arcades, a stamp rally with a reward, and more! The event will run until August 12th. Check out the full details below!

■Project DIVA 10th Anniversary Exhibition

Location: Akib@ko (SEGA Akihabara 5th Building, 5th floor)
Dates: July 13th~August 12th

Various Miku related prize figures, character cutouts of modules chosen by arcade staff, and original drinks with coasters will be exhibited.

There are 3 kinds of Mikudayo coasters to collect, all with new artwork created for this campaign.

■Stamp Rally

Location: SEGA Akihabara Buildings 1~5
Dates: July 13th~August12th

Collect all stamps from each of SEGA’s buildings in Akihabara to collect a free memorial postcard! Entry to the stamp rally is free, so participate by all means!

The memorial post card features Hatsune Miku, and the entire Cryptonloid crew.

■Project Diva Prize Campaign

Location: SEGA Akihabara Buildings 1~5
Dates: July 13th~August12th

SEGA staff will award you one clear file from the 5 above at random whenever you put 500 yen into a UFO catcher prize machine! Be sure to alert an arcade staff member when inserting the money to claim your free gift. Additionally, new SEGA limited prizes will be available at arcades. These will include visual acrylic boards (7 kinds), and Mikudayo acrylic keychains (6 kinds).

■Sale of “Mikudayo Yaki”

Location: SEGA Akihabara 5th Building (1st Floor)
Dates: July 21st~September 6th

Mikudayo motif versions of the popular Taiyaki snack food (a fish shaped pancake filled with bean jam) will be sold at the SEGA #5 building in Akihabara, and will also earn buyers a reward of a Mikudayo can badge as a gift, with 3 possible designs. The “Mikudayo Yaki” will be available in either the traditional bean flavor filling, or a cream filling.

Enjoy the celebrations in Akihabara should you happen to be in the area!

Via SEGA Miku Blog

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