These Pokémon think they can dance — and it turns out they really can!
A number of impressive details hidden within the image has made fans go crazy for this limited-edition print.
What looked to be a breakthrough in the long battle to peep up the virtual superstar’s skirt turns out to be a dead end.
From Love Live! to The iDOLM@STER and Puella Magi Madoka Magica, we take a look at some of the most popular characters and cosplayers at this year’s event in Japan.
The multi-talented Vocaloid adds yet another skill set to her repertoire.
JAL returns with another dance video, this time with new costumes and a handsome male member who can really bust a move.
Because sometimes simple is best.
Two designs to help you and your beloved begin your real-world wedded bliss.
These delicious-looking cream-filled sweets take sound bites to a whole new level.
Let your sweet tooth run wild with this new take on famous Japanese vocaloid Hatsune Miku.
If you can’t make it to one of Miku’s concerts, now she can perform for you right in your home.
Exquisitely painted figure reimagines the digital idol in traditional garb.
Ain’t no party like a JSDF party, cause a JSDF party don’t quit.
The Vocaloid star has been secretly hiding in your smart phone, just waiting for the right application to let her loose.
Every year, Sapporo throws the Snow Miku 2016 festival and rakes in over 100 million yen (about US$839,433) in revenue, with about 40 different companies participating in the promotion.
There’s a long backstory to this figure inspired by virtual idol Hatsune Miku, but here’s the condensed version: She’s got no pants, or underwear, for that matter.
The world’s biggest virtual idol is returning to the U.S. on a new concert tour, and also making her Canadian performance debut.
Do you love fantasy RPGs and Hatsune Miku? If so, then you’re definitely going to love this new figure of the vocaloid designed by the popular artist mebae!
The creative team at Bibi Lab have been at it again. The inventive brand dedicated to bringing weird and wonderful items out into the world have delighted us with life-sized human-shaped pillows, mosquito net jumpsuits and even sailor-style schoolgirl uniforms for men.
Now there’s another item we’ll be adding to our growing collection of Bibi Lab products: the giant anime-style pigtails pillow.
Vocaloid music still isn’t exactly what you’d call mainstream in Japan, but the genre of virtual idols has made considerable strides in popularity over the last couple of years. Just last month, Vocaloid Hatsune Miku appeared on perpetually popular TV program Music Station, a feat that’s considered a feather in the cap of any performer.
Now, Japan’s most popular virtual vocalist has teamed up with one of its most popular human ones, as Hatsune Miku and J-pop recording legend Namie Amuro have collaborated on a new song and music video.