May 092016

To commemorate the 70th anniversary of Japan’s Red Feather Community Chest charity movement, Good Smile Company has announced the Nendoroid Co-de Hatsune Miku: Red Feather Community Chest Movement 70th Anniversary Commemoration ver. figure (that’s a mouthful!). How about we just call her “Hatsune Miku: Red Feather Co-de” for short? She’s also the most angelic looking Miku nendoroid to date!

Supporting one another for a better future.

A Hatsune Miku Nendoroid Co-de figure made in commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the establishment of the Red Feather Community Chest Movement. She holds a red feather in her hands with an gentle smile on her face and wings on her back creating a truly angelic Miku to add to your collection. * This product also includes a rubber strap.

For each figure sold, Crypton Future Media and Good Smile Company
will donate ¥300 to the Red Feather Community Chest Movement.
Read more about the Red Feather Community Chest Movement here (Japanese).

The nendoroid is now available from Good Smile’s online shop for 3,500 yen ($33), and will not be charged right away like some of their other charity figures. Orders will remain open until June 8th at 9:00 PM JST. Her expected shipment date is sometime in October 2016. She can also be found from the other shops listed below. Don’t miss adding this angel to your collection! ミクさんマジ天使!

> Nendoroid Hatsune Miku: Red Feather Co-de on CDJapan
> Nendoroid Hatsune Miku: Red Feather Co-de on Amiami
> Nendoroid Hatsune Miku: Red Feather Co-de on Good Smile Company’s Online Shop

Check out the previews below, and read Kahotan’s full photo review on her bog!

Jun 232015

A quick tweet from SEGA has announced that Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Arcade has hit its 5th year anniversary earlier today (JST), and thanks fans for continuing to support the series over the years. Project Diva Arcade was a unique HD version of the original Project Diva on PSP, and launched a year later. The main features included highly upgraded visuals over the PSP counterpart, and a slightly different gameplay style that has evolved over the years.

Before the Arcade version even launched, the models were even used in the first 39’s Giving Day concert of 2010, and later on used at Mikunopolis in Los Angeles in 2011. We’ve also seen Project Diva Arcade spread to other countries over the years, including the United States. Congratulations to SEGA for the success, and we hope the Project Diva series will continue to grow in the future!