More and more Japanese public offices need a help of vocaloid characters. Shizuoka Prefectural Office's culture policy division has published a 32-page guidebook about orchestra music for young people and children featuring Hatsune Miku and other popular characters. Check the sample pages after the jump!
Because the demand for new and pretty Hatsune Miku figures never goes away, Mr. Surprise has put together a new garage kit of the Vocaloid diva and it puts her smack in the middle of wonderland. Along for the the ride? Some of her Wonderland friends. Take a look a the pictures after the jump.
A little under a week ago we saw some new gameplay footage from IA/VT Colorful, an upcoming IA-centric rhythm game that really aims to deliver on its title. Now Marvelous AQL is back with the second proper promotional video, so tap along to the PS Vita Vocaloid action after the jump.
You remember IA/VT Colorful, right? It's that PS Vita Vocaloid rhythm game that doesn't star Hatsune Miku. Instead IA takes center stage—the VT stands for Visual Tracks—and you can see plenty of footage in the latest gameplay clips after the jump.
Pop star Lady Gaga has announced on her Twitter account that her favorite digital popstar in Hatsune Miku will open select shows during the forthcoming artRAVE The ARTPOP Ball tour which kicks off on May 4th in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. More preliminary info after the jump!
Want to buy Vocaloid figures but only have about ten bucks to spend? Funko has you covered with their new Pop! line. Check out the details after the jump.
As reported in January, Tokyo International Airport (also known as Haneda Airport) has been hosting two limited-time concept shops named "Hatsune Miku Wing Shop" in the departure lobby of Terminal 1 and on the fifth floor of International Terminal since January 17. Check the photo report of the Hatsune Miku speciality shop after the jump!
Hatsune Miku isn't the only Vocaloid with her very own rhythm game. Marvelous AQL is preparing to release IA/VT Colorful, based on the IA Vocaloid, this summer, and you can see some of the game's 60 songs in the debut trailer after the jump.
As yomimaid-san reported, Japanese rock band BUMP OF CHICKEN collaborates with Hatsune Miku for the alternative version of their latest single "ray," the leading track of their 7th album "RAY." Following the band's solo version, the promotional video for the Miku-featured version is finally online. Check the amazing collaboration PV after the jump.
March 9th is a special day for both green-haired Vocaloid fans and mobile suit fans in Japan, because the phonic pronunciation of 3 and 9 can be either "Miku" or "Zaku"! Lots of great illustrations to celebrate the day are posted annually and some of this year's contributions were found on Twitter. Check out some of the fan art after the jump!