Ed Note: This article was originally published March 9th for Miku Day, but technical difficulties with the site caused a delay. Hope you all enjoyed a very MikuMiku Day!
On the 9th of March was Miku Day, which was the day where Hatsune Miku fans show their love and appriciation for Miku. For those that are new, the celebration comes from where the number 39 plays a pun for “Thank you” and “Miku” in Japanese therefore Miku Day is celebrated on the 9th of March or 2022/3/9 as how the date is written in Japan.
As a yearly tradition here on MikuFan, we will showcase some of our favourite artworks. You can find more artworks using the #ミクの日 tag over on Twitter and Pixiv.
Happy Miku day to Hatsune Miku and all Miku fans! Today is March 9th, or as we Miku fans like to call it, “Miku Day”! It’s our yearly day to show our appreciation for Hatsune Miku, a celebration that started to take off in 2010 thanks to “39” playing a pun on both “Thank You” and “Miku” in Japanese.
We’ll share a few of our favorite illustrations from throughout the day, but feel free to check out more yourself with the #ミクの日 tag on both Pixiv and Twitter!
Happy Miku Day, 2018! It’s once again March 9th, meaning it’s that special time of year where Hatsune Miku fans show their appreciation for the digital angel. On top of various illustrations, there’s also new music videos special for the occasion (more on that later!), and major news releases. Here’s what happened on this day so far!
We always knew that Kanzaki Hiro, aka HSP, would be the one to compose GSR’s theme song for 2018 after he was selected to be the main visual artist. After all, he’s also a talented musician! Check out the theme song below, titled “Rennfahrer”!
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Two popular Hatsune Miku illustrators, Agonasubi and MayoRiyo, partnered to create “Mayonasubi“, and announced another “Hand in Hand” fan illustration project for Miku Day, this time with the theme of Sakura Miku! The project finally concluded with the video below, joining the hands of Sakura Mikus created by many illustrators. The music is a Remix of kz’s “Hand in Hand“, composed by Keisei!
Finally, here’s some of our favorite highlight illustrations for Miku Day from Pixiv and Twitter!