The Yokohama Doll Museum in Kanagawa prefecture will hold a special exhibition dedicated to various
types of figures inspired by the internationally popular vocaloid character Hatsune Miku from December 8,
2018, to January 31, 2019. A total of about 200 figures, including a human size one, will be displayed
on its second floor's multipurpose room.
The event is supported by many Japanese companies that have released Miku-releated goods, such as
Good Smile Company, Max Factory, FREEing, Furyu, Sega, Taito, Volks, Groove, and Warner Music Japan.
Volks will have its own section for the Hatsune Miku Dollfie Dream dolls specially.
Event poster visual
During the exhibition period of two months, various events are also planned at the museum.
"Workshop for making Miku tin badges" (January 19 & 20, 2019)
Capacity: 100/Participation cost: 200 yen
"Workshop for making Miku glass dome accessory" (Janury 16 & 27, 2019)
Capacity: 100/Participation cost: 400 yen
"Hatsune Miku Symphony concert screening" (January 5, 2019)
Capacity:100/Participation cost: free
*Mikudayo- will make guest appearance after the screening.
"Hatsune Miku Quiz Challenge" (December 8 - January 31)
*The participant who solve all quizzes will get an original postcard.
In addition to the popular Miku goods released in the past, the musuem's original Miku stuffed doll
and Groove's Miku Pullip doll (Yokohama Doll Museum version) will be sold at the time-limited special
store in the musuem.
Source: Yokohama Doll Museum press release
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