"Po Pi Po" is one of the earliest Vocaloid hit songs. The vegetable juice-themed Hatsune Miku song was produced by Lamaze-P in December 2008 and often performed at the Miku's real live stages. A Japanese who self-proclaimed as "Telephonist" posted a playing video of the song on a push-bottom phone. Check the amazing performance after the jump!
Cuusoo is a Japanese partner of the LEGO Group. If an idea submitted to their website gains 10,000 supporters, it stands a chance of being produced as an official LEGO product. A Japanese amateur LEGO maker named Moko has submitted his VOCALOID Hatsune Miku LEGO doll to the website and has posted a short promotion video for it on YouTube. Check the video and photos after the jump!
The newest and 6th figure from Hobby Stock's Mikumo line is inspired by "Yume Miru Kotori". The Vocaloid song was composed by Hayaya-P and sung by Hatsune Miku & Kagamine Rin. As same as the previous releases, the original model is produced by Kaiyodo, one of the most successful Japanese figure/garage kit company. Check very Japanese-style Miku after the jump.
"Mikumo" is a Hobby Stock's figure series inspired by popular Vocaloid videos. They have released "Koi Iro Byoutou", "Marukunaru", "LOL - lots of laugh", and "Romeo & Cinderella" in this month. The fifth figure features a popular Hatsune Miku song "Traveling Mood" composed by whoo. Check the product photos and the video after the jump.
As previously reported, the newest type of MMD model "Type Tda Miku Append" developed by Tda has been a great sensation among the Hatsune Miku fans and has motivated them to create brand-new MMD videos with the model. Check the new video featuring the Chibi size of Type Tda Miku after the jump!
The Japanese Hatsune Miku and MMD (MikuMikuDance) fans are so excited about the newest type of MMD model "Type Tda Miku Append". This model is developed by Tda and released releasing on February 17 at Japanese online stores. Check the newest Miku's pics and videos after the jump!