Apr 222020
 

Good Smile Company had a surprise up its sleeve, and announced not just one, but two all new figures for Hatsune Miku collectors. The first of which is figma Sakura Miku, which many of you have been waiting for!

The songstress turned cherry blossom fairy is ready to usher in the spring!
Dressed in an adorable cherry blossom themed outfit, Sakura Miku is now a figma!

  • Using the smooth yet posable joints of figma, you can act out a variety of different poses.
  • A flexible plastic is used for important areas, allowing proportions to be kept without compromising posability.
  • She comes with three face plates including a gentle smiling face, an adorable singing face and a smiling face with closed eyes.
  • She comes with a selection of different optional parts, including a cherry blossom, tray, dango skewer, bottle of amazake, cup and camera.
  • A special pink stand with cherry blossom pattern is included.
  • An articulated figma stand is included, which allows various poses to be taken.

Figma Sakura Miku is available exclusively from Good Smile Company’s online shop for 8800 JPY ($83.99 USD), and will be available for preorder until June 18th, 2020 at 12:00 PM JST. She’s expected to ship out in December 2020. Check the shop links below!

> Tokyo Otaku Mode (Available for a markup, but maybe with it if you have spare points)
> Good Smile Online Shop (Global)
> Good Smile Online Shop (USA & Canada)

Next up on the list is the Nendoroid Doll Sakura Miku! If you were charmed by the previous Nendoroid Doll Hatsune Miku, then perhaps this sakura-fied version will also tickle your fancy.

Sakura Miku is now a Nendoroid Doll!
From “Character Vocal Series 01: Hatsune Miku” comes a Nendoroid Doll of Sakura Miku! Nendoroid Dolls feature the same Nendoroid heads, but an alternate doll-like body that is highly articulated and can easily be dressed-up into different outfits while still remaining a palm-sized action figure! Sakura Miku’s translucent, cherry blossom patterned twintails have been recreated in Nendoroid Doll form! Be sure to add the adorable Sakura Miku to your collection!

Nendoroid Doll Sakura Miku is also available exclusively from Good Smile company’s online shop for 6930 JPY ($65.99 USD), and will be open to preorders until June 18th, 2020 at 12:00 PM JST. Her expected shipping date is sometime in December 2020. We’ve got the shop links for you below!

> Good Smile Company (Global)
> Good Smile Company (USA & Canada)
> Clothes Only (Global)
> Clothes Only (USA & Canada)

Dec 162019
 

Spring has come early, thanks to various Sakura Miku themed prize figures, plushies and tapestries, now available for preorder from our partners at TOM! Check them out below!

Hatsune Miku Sakura Miku: Cherry Blossoms Ver. Non-Scale Figure

Preorder Link: Tokyo Otaku Mode
Manufacturer: TAITO (Prize)
Size: 200mm
Release Date: July 2020
Illustrator: かも仮面
Additional Note: Lottery Limited prize figure in Japan

Hatsune Miku Sakura Miku Doll Crystal Figure

Preorder Link: Tokyo Otaku Mode
Manufacturer: TAITO
Size: 140mm
Release Date: June 2020

Sakura Miku 2020 Ver. Prize Figure

Preorder Link: Tokyo Otaku Mode
Manufacturer: TAITO (Prize)
Size: 180mm
Release Date: May 2020
Illustrator: iXima

Sakura Miku Ver. 2 Super Premium Figure

Preorder Link: Tokyo Otaku Mode
Manufacturer: SEGA Prize
Size: 200mm
Release Date: July 2020

Mega Jumbo Lying Down Plush Sakura Miku

Preorder Link: Tokyo Otaku Mode
Manufacturer: SEGA Prize
Size: 40cm x 22cm
Release Date: June 2020

Lying Down Plush Sakura Miku

Preorder Link: Tokyo Otaku Mode
Manufacturer: SEGA Prize
Size: 16cm x 11cm x 12cm
Release Date: July 2020

Sakura Miku: 2020 Ver. Mini Plush

Preorder Link: Tokyo Otaku Mode
Manufacturer: TAITO
Size: 110mm
Release Date: June 2020

Sakura Miku Tapestries (Prize)

Preorder Link: Tokyo Otaku Mode
Manufacturer: TAITO
Size: 135mm (Height)
Release Date: July 2020

Nov 012019
 

Taito Toys has just announced the latest addition to the Hatsune Miku prize figure line – a new Sakura Miku prize figure based on the design by iXima! She comes adorned with additional Sakura flowers to her lightly-colored twintails, a noticeably larger pair of her signature cherry hair holders, and her very own Sakura-shaped stand.

She’ll be available via the local arcades by spring 2020. Alternatively, you can find her from the many online retailers when she’s available.

Taito Prize 
https://www.taito.co.jp/prize
Taito Toys on Twitter 
https://twitter.com/Taito_Toys

 

Aug 092019
 

A tweet from Good Smile Company’s Hamako has given us a surprise reveal on the Figma Sakura Miku by Max Factory! She was originally announced at this year’s Summer WonFes but was hugely overlooked; this latest reveal comes from a quick look by Hamako at today’s Magical Mirai 2019 exhibition booth in Osaka.

She’s based on a visual by KEI for the collaboration with Hirosaki Sakura Festival as the official supporting character. More details on the figure are expected soon. Stay tuned!

Magical Mirai 2019 https://magicalmirai.com/2019/

EDIT: Added higher resolution tweet from GSC’s Hamako!

Jul 062019
 

After a successful collaboration with the Hirosaki Sakura Festival as its newest support character, this time Sakura Miku will be joining in the Summer celebrations for the Hirosaki Neputa Festival!

From August 1st until August 7th, Sakura Miku will be supporting the Hirosaki Neputa Festival with event posters, stickers, and stamp rally activities! To celebrate the colllaboration, two main visual artworks have been drawn by iXima and Kiya (above). These artworks will be visible on posters throughout the event.

Additional artworks by Najo and Nekosumi have also been drawn for the upcoming event. We expect the art by Najo to be used for stickers or stamps, while the art by Nekosumi joins Sakura Miku with the Hirosaki mascot character Takamaru-kun! This could be a sign of a lasting relationship between Sakura Miku and the city of Hirosaki.

What is the Hirosaki Neputa Festival?
The Hirosaki Neputa Festival is a summer festival held in the old castle town of Hirosaki. About 80 neputas of various sizes – large fan-shaped floats depicting epic and fantastic images of warriors – parade through the town. In 1980, Hirosaki Neputa Festival was designated as an Important Intangible Folk Cultural Properties of Japan.

More on Hirosaki Neputa Festival: https://www.en-aomori.com/culture-039.html

Via @cfm_miku